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No. CXXIII. Published Quarterly , 

Ut Jufy, 1869. Price 10 ,. 6d . 



THE 



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AMD 

MILITIA LIST; 

EXHIBITING 

THE BANK, STANDING, AND VARIOUS SERVICES 

OF EVERY 

REGIMENTAL OFFICER IN THE ARMY 

SERVING ON FULL PAY, 

INCLUDING 

THE ROYAL MARINES, 

▲ND 

INDIAN STAFF CO R PS; 

DISTINGUISHING THOSE 

WHO HAVE SERVED IN THE PENINSULA, 

WHO WERE AT WATERLOO, 

WHO HAVE RECEIVED MEDALS AND OTHER DISTINCTIONS, 

AND 

WHO HAVE BEEN WOUNDED, AND IN WHAT ACTIONS; 

ttftUIr tit* Vtritftt at Sktvbitt hatit an dfull ana »alf $*y, 

GIVING ALSO 

THE DATES OF EVERY OFFICER'S COMMISSIONS^ 

. and / ^ • ' y V ■'- v 

DISTIMGVISHINO THOSE OBTAINED BY PURCHASE 7 ;.. * ' '\ 






COLONEL H. G. HART, VW''\ 

H.P. DEPOT BATTAUOH. 



LONDON: 



JOHN MURRAY, ALHEMARLE STREET. 

_ 1869. , /- 

•<5> ' T ^ t ' Dj5itiz< byLlOC 



CONTENTS. 



PAGE 

Gradation List of General and Field 

Officers 3—14 

Officers with superior local rank .... 14 

Fixed Establishment of General Officers 16—16 
General and Field Officers who have 

retired 17—22 

Officers who have received Certificates 

from R. Mil. Coll 22a 

Officers who have passed through the 

Staff College 22a 

Officers receiving Rewards for Distin- 
guished Services 22b 

Physicians and Surgeons to Her 

Majesty 23a 

Military Knights of Windsor 24 

Corps of Gentlemen at Arms 23 

Yeomen of the Guard 24 

Staff at Head Quarters 25 

Aides de Camp to the Queen] 25 

Regiments of Cavalry 26— 61 

Royal Artillery 62—92 

Royal Engineers 93—104 

Military Train 105—107 

Regiments of Infantry 108—306 

School of Gunnery 307 

School of Musketry and Inspectors of 

Musketry 307 



PAG! 

Royal Engineer Establishment 34 

Cavalry Depot • • . 30 

Depot Battalions 308—31 

Royal Malta Fencibles 31 

Recruiting Staff 81 

Commissariat Department , • • • • 319—32 

Medical Department 322—33 

Veterinary Department 33 

Purveyor's Department 33 

Staff Officers of Pensioners 335—33 

Chaplains' Department 33 

Military Store Department 339—34 

Barrack Department ••• 34 

Royal Marines 342—35 

General Officers and Colonels of Her 

Majesty's Indian Forces 352—35 

Bengal, Madras, Bombay Staff Corps . 354—39 

Staff— at Home and Abroad 399 — 40 

Military and Civil Departments ..»•*• 40 

Garrisons •• 40 

Royal Military College at Sandhurst . . 40 

Royal Military Academy at Woolwich 40 

Military Establishments 40 

Prices of Commissions 40 

Pay Tables 405 

Indian Pay and Allowances, per month 405 

Militia 40 



EXPLANATIONS. 



K.G. 

K.T. 

K.P. 

G.C.B. 

K.C.B. 

C.B. 

G.C.S.l. 

K.C.S.I. 
C.S.I. 



Knight of the Order of the Garter. 
Knight of the Order of the Thistle. 
Knight of the Order of St. Patrick. 
Knight Grand Croat of the Order of 

the Bath. [the Bath. 

Knight Commander of the Order of 
Companion of the Order of the Bath. 
Knight Grand Commander of the 

Order of the Star of India. 
Knight Con mander of ditto. 
Companion of ditto. 



G.C.M.G. Knight Grand Cross of the Order < 

St. Michael and St. George. 
K.C.M.G. Knight Commander of ditto. 
C.M.G. Companion of ditto. 

G.C.H. Knight Grand Cross of the Royi 

Hanoverian Guelphic Order. 
K.C.H. Knight Commander of ditto. 
K.H. Knight of ditto. 

K.C. Knight of the Crescent. 



© Before the Name, denotes that the Officer was at the Battle of Trafalgar, 
9 Bofore the Name, denotes that the Officer served in the Peninsula, or the South of Franc* 
aim w t* i rt Tt/r*riai I Officers actually present in either of the actions of the 16th, 17th c 
om Waterloo aaeaai. ^ 18fch Jun ^ m6 gach officcpg are a n owed two ycftrg » additional eervta 

FC Victoria Cross. 

The Figures prefixed to the Names denote the Battalions to which the Officers are actuall 
attached; c, before the name denotes that the Officer has received a certificate from the Senic 
Department, Royal Military College ; 8. is placed before the Names of Officers who have passe 
through the Staff College ; the Letters a. and r. after the name distinguish Officers employed o 
the Staff, or on the Recruiting Service. The * before the Name or Date of Commission denot< 
Temporary Rank only. The Letter p before the Date indicates that the Commission was purchase* 
General Officers, with the prefix of a f, are on the half-pay of their last Regimental Commissions. 

The words subscribed to the titles of Regiments, as "Peninsula," "Waterloo/ 1 &c, denote tl 
Honorary Distinctions permitted to be borne by such Regiments on their colours and appoint 
mencs, in commemoration of their Services. 

NOTICE. 

To ensure prompt attention, it is indispensably necessary that Communication 
for Colonel Hart's Quarterly Army List should reach him not later than th 
end of the second month of eaeh quarter; and those for his Annual Army Lis 
at latest by the end of October; and it is particularly requested that ALJ 
Communications be addressed ONLY to 

COLONEL HART, 

50, Albemarle Street, 

London. 
Colonel Hart desires also to notify that he does not supply copies of his Arm; 
Lists either to regular Subscribers or to occasional Purchasers. 

"HART'S ANNUAL ARMY LIST/' FOR 1869: 

WITH AN INDEX, Pwob 21«. 



FIELD-HABSHALS. 

His Royal Highness Q*on* W. F. C. I>«A«e/ Cambridge, KG. KP. GCJB. GCJTG. Grenadier Guards. R. Artillery 

aad B. Engineers, Colon* in Chief of the 60th Rifle*, Commanding in Chief, 9 Nov. 62. 
9 £B Sir Alex. Woodford, GCB. G CM G.ScoU Fusilier Guards, Governor of Chelsea Hospital, Uaq. 68. 
r. ZjSL Sir William Maynard Goram, GCB. Coldstream Guards, 1 Jan. 08. 
V Sir John Fox Burgoyne, Bart, OCB.R. Eng. 1 Jan. 66. 



OEHE&AL8. 

1654. SO Jane. 

9 Sir J.F.FiixGemld,0CB 

16 F. 
9 O. Marq. of Tweeddnle, 
AT T. GCB. ft Life Guards 

loss. 

14 F. 91 Aug. 

1859. 

£ir George Pollock, GCB. 

ffCS/. R. Art. 1? Majr 

r. BSir J. A.Hope,GC£.9F. 

IS June 

Sir Alex. Lindsay, KCB. 

R. Art. II Sept. 

9R. Douglas, CB. ret. fail 

pay, R.Art. 26 Sept. 

1860. 

P Sir John Bell, GCB. 4 P. 

15 June 

9 SirJobnAitchison.G'CB. 

7x F. 30 July 

1861. 

9 ZZl Sir De Lacy Evans, 

GCB. 81 F. 10 Mar. 

1 Sir Cbartes G. Ellfcomb*, 

KCB. R. Bug. 80 April 

1869. 

USBL Sir Wn, Rowan, 
GCB. ASF. IS Aug. 

B ISL Sir George Bowles, 

KCB. I W. I. R., Lieut. 

of the Tomer of London 

9 Nor. 

9 Hon. H. F.C. Cavendish, 
3 Dr. Gda, 9 Not. 

HU Royal Highness Albert 
Edward Prince of Wales 
and Duke of Cornwall, 
KG.KT^P.GCB. GCSI. 
10 Hussars, Colonel in 
Chief of the Jtyte Bri- 
gade 9 Nor. 
1868. 

U&BlHon.Skr Charles Gore, 
GCB. KM. 9 F. 18 Feb. 

C. R. Fox, 67 F. 6 March 

9 C. A. Shawe, 74 F. do. 

Sir Richard England, G CB. 
KH. 41 F. 6 July 

SirW. J. Oodringtoa. GCB. 
88 P. 87 July 

Sir J. M. F.8aalth, KH. R. 
Eng. Gentleman Usher of 
thePrivf Chamber 8 Aug. 

1864. 
Sir A. Roberta, KCB. 101 F. 
3 Oct. 
t.9 SirD. M«Gregor, JTCB. 
88 Oct. 
C. G.J. Arbuthnot, 01 F. 
85 Nor. 
1865. 
1B2BB. Lord Hotham, 
Unatt. 18 Jan. 

J. Spink, KM. 3 F. 18 Jan. 
9 £21 Sir Jas. Jackson, 
GCB. KM. I Dr.Gds. 

6 Feb. 

JJobnDruaamond 10 Feb. 
ir Charles R. (PDonneil, 
18 Hassan 2 Apr. 

BRob.B. Colas, 66F. 81 Hay 
({QE.P. Buckley, 88 F. 
17 Aug. 
Geo. Cha. Marl of Luean, 
GCB. 1 Life Gds. 38 Aug. 
9 £B Sir Osa. Yorke, G CB. 
Rifle Brig. 6 Sept. 

Sir W. M. G. Colebrooke, 
CB. KM. R- Art. 86 Dec. 
1866. 
c.f B>n.*ir EXast, 6TCB 7 . 
16 Lane Master of Cere* 
monies toUnrQueenlUnn. 
t W. Cbaaabarlayae, Cnatt. 
14 Jan. 

J F.J. Davie*, 67 F. 14 Jan. 
areas 8eresfor*%20F.4M ar. 
9 UA Str Jas. Cue*. Chet- 
cerion, *#. JTGB. *if. 4 
Dr.Gds. Gentl eman of the 
Privy Chamber 61 Mat. 



9 «•> W. T. Knollys, KCB. 
62 F. Controller and 
Treasurer of the House- 
hold of H.H.H. The 
Prince of Wales 17 June 

St'rR.H.FergusonDavie, Bt. 
78 P. 25 June 

9 H. 1. Delacombe, CB. R. 
Mar. 23 Aug. 

Wm. Wylde, CB. R. Art. 
24 Aug. 

J.G. Griffith, R.Art. 17 Sept. 

9 Sir P. Graham, KCB. 
Colonel R. Marine Art. 
Division 10 Nor. 

Sir John Cheape, GCB. R. 
Eng. 6 Dec. 

1867. 

9 E. F.Gascoigue,69F.20Jan. 

Hugh H. Lord Strathnairn, 
GCB. GCSI. R. Horse 
Guards 4 Feb. 

J. T. Brown, CB. Colonel 
Portsmouth Division R. 
Mar. 18 Feb. 

Sir Patrick Montgomerie, 
AC*. R.Art. IMar. 

E>J».Garstin,R.Bng. 1 Mar. 

BSt.J. A.Clerko,JCif. 75 F. 
8 Mar. 

Sir H. J. W. Bentinck, 
KCB. 28 P. 8 Dec 

1868. 
o. SGI Sir Thos. Reed, KCB. 

44 F. 1 Jan. 

Henry Vise. Melrille, GCB. 

60 P. 1 Jan 

8. Williams, ret. f . p. R.Eng. 

1 Jan. 

9J R. 8. Piper, ret. f . p. R. 

Bug. 1 Jan. 

9jW.R.0rd,R.Eng. 1 Jan. 
F.R.Chesney,R. Art. do. 
Sir P. E. Cralgle. KCB. 

56 F. 81 Jan. 

Sir Rich. Jas. D acres, GCB. 

B. Art. 2 Feb. 

Sir B.F.Morris, KCB. 48 F. 

IS Mar. 

Henry Colvile, 12 P. 27 Mar. 

9 m E. Wm. Bouverie, 

15 Hussars 9 Apr. 

Hon. Thos. Ashburnham, 

CB. 82 F. 19 Apr. 

Sir John Scott. KCB. 7 

Hussars 1 May 

Sir J. L. Pennefather,G CB. 

82 F. 9 May 

t9 T. P. Thempsoa, Unatt. 

12 July 

9 E. W.Bell, 66 F. 12 July 

8lr Wm. Fenwick Williams, 

Bt. KCB. R. Art. 2 Ang. 
Sir David Capon, KCB. 

108 F. 18 Ang. 

John Rden,CB. 94 P.25Aug. 
B*».C.Grey,7l P. 28 Aug. 
W. L. L. F. Lord de Ros, 

4 Huftsars 16 Nov. 

Sir J. B. Dupuls, KCB. R. 

Art. 10 Nov. 

P. S. Stanhope, 13 F.22 Nov. 

F. Scbuier, R. Art. 11 Dec. 

G. Conran, R. Art. 14 Dec. 

1869. 

991 Henry, Lord Bokeby, 

JTCB. 77 F. 8 Mar. 

UEtrr.-GENBBALS. 

1857. 24 Jan. 
J. S. Bastard, ret. f. p. RjLrt. 

1861. 
H. Edward Porter 10 Nov. 
9 8a Wm. Beckwlth, KM. 

14 Hussars 26 Nov. 

H. W. Breton, 66 P. 15 Dec. 

1869. 

9T.G.Ba)l,8F. 7 Mar. 
9 Sir S. R. Wesley, JTCB. 

r. f. p. R. Mar. II April 
C. M. Carmicbscl, CB. 90 

Hussars 14 Apr. 

O.Dixoo, 104 F. 80 May 
9 F. Maunsell y 85 F. 1 June 



J. Hall, 19 Hussars 19 Aug. 
Sir G. H. Lock wood, KCB 

18 Lancers 3 Sept. 

Sir P. Grant, GCB. 78 F. 

S4 Oct. 
Sir R. J. H. Vivian, KCB, 

102 F. 24 Oct. 

Sir Wm.Wyllle, JTCB. 109 F. 

24 Oct. 

c. Sir Rich .Alrey,OCB.7 F. 

24 Oct. 

Hon. «ttr Jas. Yorke Scar- 

lott,GCB.A Dr.Gds.9Nov. 
8ir George Buller, GCB. 

Rifle Brigade U Nov. 
Sir J. B. Gough, KCB. 

2Drs. 8 Nov. 

Hon. Arthur Upton, from 

Coldst. Gds. 9 Nov. 

9 William Crokat 21 Dec. 
*Rob. M.Leake, Unatt. do. 
Sir A. Josias Cloete, JTCB. 

KB. 19 F. 21 Dee. 



1863. 

9 22* G. Mocdonald, 16 F. 

29 Jan. 

Str C. A. Windham, 40 P. 

KCB. 5 Feb. 

J.R.Craufurd,27 F.12 Feb. 
R. Greaves, 40 F. 8 June 
9 AG Sir W. H. Elliott, 

KCB. KH. 61 F. 27 July 
9CrelghtonG rlacson, ret.f.p. 

R. Bngineers 8 Aug 

P. Edwards 9 Oct. 

t93& W.Cartwrlght,Unatt. 
9 Oct. 
9 D. Goodsman 9 Oct. 

P. Taylor, KH.MV. do. 

1864. 
tBJJZlG. Whichccte, Unatt. 
31 Jan. 
t9Cl Jas. A. Butler, do. da 
c.T.H.Johnston,8?F. 3 Uan. 
B.Willis, r.f.p.R.Art. IMar. 
H. A. Hankey, 3 Hussars 

29 Apr. 

981 J.Oampbel1,92 F. 4 July 

H.D.Townshend,2SF.8 Aug. 

Tho. Wood, 84 F. 9 Sept. 

Wm. H.Eden, OOF. 10 Sept. 

9 H. Pester, ret f.p. R.Art. 

11 Sept. 

Sir JamesHope Grant, G CB . 

9 Lancers 3 Oct. 

Joseph Clarke, 76 F. 28 Oct. 

Sir J. Gaspard Le Merchant, 

KCB. GCMG. 1 1 F.29 Oct. 

O. Gascoyne, 89 F. 25 Nov. 

0. Otway, r. f. p. R. Art. ' 

15 Dec. 

Sir W. R. Mansfield, KCB. 

608/. 88 F. 27 Dec. 

1865. 

8ir Edward Lugard, GCB, 

81 F. 12 Jan. 

Marcos J. Slade, 50 P. 6 Feb. 

G.H. MacKinnon, CB.26 P. 

10 Feb. 

G. F. Vise. Templetown, 

KOB. 60 F. 9 Mar. 

Hon. A. A. Dalaell, 48 F. 

2 Apr. 

Sir T.S. Pratt, KCB. 87 P. 

31 May 

e. W. N. Hutchinson, 33 r. 

17 Aug. 

Simcoe Baynee, 85 F.23 Aug. 

e. M. C. Johnstone, 88 F. 

5 Sept- 

9 P. Faddy, ret. f. p. R. Art. 

20 Sept. 

Edw. Sablne.R. Art.20 Sept. 

c, 9 Wm. F. Forster, KH. 

Military Secretary, 81 P. 

24 Oct. 

T. G. Higgins.R.Art.26Dee. 



1866. 
F. Johnston 



12 Jan. 



9 Sir E. Macarthur, KCB. 

100 F. 14 Jan. 

T. Foster, R. Eng. 8 Feb. 
9«JSI Sir William Bell, 

KCB. R.Art. 27 Feb. 
9 Hon. W. Arbuthnott, ret. 

f.p.R. Art. ' 27 Feb. 
R.F.Romer, do. 87 Feb. 
D. H.Macdowall, 3 F. 4 Mar. 
♦9 «u» C. R. Bowers, Unatt. 
10 Mar. 
t9 T. Molyneux Williams, 

KH. Unatt. 31 Mar. 

rOSlG.T.K. Earl of Alb*. 

marie, Unatt. 31 Mar. 
G. T. Colomb, 97 F. 31 Mar. 
9 P.V.England,RJLrt.6Apr. 
tffrvi.Marq.Qf Conyngham, 

KP.GCH. Unatt. 80 Apr. 
Sir Sydney John Cotton, 

KCB. 10 P. 20 Apr. 

M. Barlow, 3 W.I. R. 24 Apr. 
E.H.D.E.Napier,81 F. 6 May 
B&O Sir John BloomnW, 

AfOB. R.Art. 12 May 
Sir George Brooke, JtCB. 

R. Art. 19 Jane 

e. Sir J.Miohel,lTCB.86 F. 

85 June 

Sir A. B. Stransham, KCB. 

Colonel Woolwich Dl?i- 

alon R. Mar. 23 Aug. 
Geo. Durnford* ret. f. p. R. 

Artillery 21 Aug. 

Joseph Hanwell, ret. f. p. 

R. Artillery 24 Aug. 

901 P. Sandilands, do. do. 
B. H. Vaughan-Arbuckle, 

ret. full pay, B»Art. do. 
J. H. Freer, do. do. do. 
mm. F. Warde, R. Art. do. 
A. Anderson, CB. Colonel 

Chatham Division R. 

Mar. 10 Nov. 

8ir Thomas Hollo way, 

KCB. R.Mar.Art 10 Not. 

1867. 

e. Sir R. P. Douglas, Bart. 
98 F. 6 Jan. 

Charles C. Hay, 98 F. 20 Jan. 

T. Lemon, CB. Colonel Ply- 
mouth Division R. Mar. 

13 Feb. 
H.Goodwyn,R.£ng. 1 Mar. 
Robert C, Lord Napier, 

GCB. GCSI. R. Eng. 

IMar. 

Walter Scott, R. Eng. do. 

Sir A. T. Cotton, KCSI. 

R. Eng. 1 Mar. 

G.A.Malcolm, CB. 10S P. 

8 Mar. 
A. T.Tulloh, r. t. p. R. Art. 

6 July 
P. F. Whinyates, R. Art. 

14 July 
Henry By re, 59 F. 8 Sept. 
T. C. Luzrooore, ret. full 

pay R. Eng. 7 Sent. 

Wm. Paris, r. f. p. do. do. 
M. Williams, R. Eng. 7 Sept. 
Lord William Psulet,ATCir. 

68 F. 8 Dec. 



1668. 

John Patton, 47 F. 1 Jan. 
c. Sir DJL. Cameron, KCB. 

42 F. 1 Jan. 

9 JlffiSirWm.Bates Xngilby , 

ATCB. R.Art. Uan. 
T. Hore, r. f. p. R. Eng. 

1 Jan. 
R. J. Stotherd, R. Eng. 

Uan. 
T.Matheson 21 Jan. 

9 Sir George Bell, KCB. 

I F. 28 Jan. 

R. Richardson - Robertson, 

CB. 8 Dr. Gds. 31 Jan. 
9 G. James, reU. i .Art. 

2 Feb. 
9 A. Macbean,r.f.p.R.Art. 

2 Feb. 
R.L.GarstIn,do.do. do. 
a2 



9 MB B. Cuppage, R. Art. 

3 Feb. 

S.Brarbrooke,99F.21 Feb. 

J. Alexander, GB. R. Art 

6 Mar. 

J. T. Lane, CB. R. Art. 

BMar. 

Sir Edw. Huthwalte, KCB. 

R. Art. 6 Mar. 

fjfi® K. Law, r/7. S Wesi 

India Regt. 19 Mar. 

Sir Archd&ie Wilson, Bar*. 

OCB. R.Art. 6 Mar. 

Sir Chas.T. Van Stranbenzee, 

JT CB. 39 F. 27 Mar. 

A. C. Pole, 69 F. « Apr. 

B. W. F. Walker, CB.94 F. 

18 Apr. 

T. A. Drought, 15 F.S1 Apr. 

F. Dunlop, CB. r.f p. R. Art. 

23 Apr. 

Chat. Stuart 1 aiay 

Jfon.Sir A. A.Spencer, JTOB. 

« F. 9 May 

Chat. Athmore, 80F. 12 July 

Robert Burn, R. Art. 2 Auk. 

4QIH. K. Bloomfleld, 64 F. 

18 Aug. 

J. Lawrenson, 13 Huttara 

25 Aug. 
8. JT. Hodgton, 64 P. 22 Aug. 
H.8ervante,R.Bng. 7 Nor. 
F. H. G. Seymour 10 Nor. 
9BLR. B.Burnaby, ret.f.p.R. 
Art. Lt. Col. Com. ffamp- 
shlr$ Artillery Militia 

. 10 Not. 

SOI Wm. How Hennls, re. 

tired full pay, R. Art. do. 

D. Thorndlke,R.Art. do. 

e.W. A. M*Clererty, 108 F. 

22 Nov. 

L.D. WIlliamt.6 Drs.23 Nov. 

R. B. Wood, CB. 10 Dec. 

Geo, Campbell, CB. R. Art. 

11 Dee. 

Cha. Grant, CB. R.Art. 

14 Dec. 
C.E.Gold ( rrom65 F. 27 Deo. 

1869. 
Joeeph Hale, 108 F. 23 Feb. 
C. A. Lewit, from Gr. Gdt. 
8 Mar. 
W.Parlby,91Hassart,21 Mar. 
John T. Hill 14 June 



LieuL-Grenerals.--'Major-Ge>ieraU. 



Joeeph Cldldt, ret. f. p. R. 

Mar. 81 March 

C. O. Streatfelld, ret. f. p. 

R. Bog. 2 Sept 

1868. 
B. A. Parker, ret. f. p. R. 

Mar. 24 Feb. 

B H. Y. Wortham, ret.f.p. 

K. Eng. 1 April 

Sir T. A. Lareom, KCB. 

BarJ.ret.f.p.R.Ent;.l Apr. 
T. J. Valiant, ret. f. p. 

40 F. 6 Aug. 

G. Elliot, r. f. p. R. Mar. 

24 Aug. 

W. B. Langford, r. f. p. R. 

Mar. 24 Aug. 

N. Matsey Stack, ret.f. p. 

Depot Batt. 24 Dec. 

1869. 
Hugh Manley Tulte, ret. 

f. p. R. Art. 9 Mar. 

G. Twemlow, R. Art. 17 May 

A. Fleming, ret. f. p. R. Mar. 

8 July 

9 B. I/Estrange, ret. f. p. 

70 F. 19 July 

U. WUIlamton, ret. f. p. 

87 F. 5 Aug. 

H. W. Parke, ret. f. p. R. 

Mar. 28 Aug. 

T. Hurdle, CB. r. f. p. R. 

Mar. s Dec. 

John Hamilton Stewart, 

r. f. p. 29 F. 2 Dec 



M R. R. Hiil,~5 P. 



HAJ0R-GSVXBAX8. 

1864. 18 Dee. 
aW.H.8lade,ret.f.p.R.Kng. 

1866. 

C.Dalton, ret. f. p. R. Art, 

6 Jan. 

R. B. Rawntley, ret. f. pay. 

R. Art. 6 Jan. 

J. H. Grubbe, ret. f. p. 68 

F. 9 Jan. 

F. W. Whlnyatet, ret. f. p. 
R. Eng. 13 Jan. 

S& R. G. B. Wilton, rei. 

f. p. R. Art. 7 Feb. 

9 An. Eramett, ret. f. p. 

B.Bng. 21 May 

J. M. Pilchor, ret. f. p. R. 

Mar. 90 June 

J. Whylock, do. do. do. 

G. B. Bury, do. do. do. 
V C. C. Pratt, do. do. do. 
H. J. Gllletpie, ret. f. p. R. 

Mar. 20 June 

T. S. Reignolds, CB. ret. 

f. p. 18 F. 22 June 

P. Yule, r.f.p.R. Eng. 9 Oct. 

1866. 
F. H.Baddeley, ret.f. p. R. 
^ Fog. 10 Jan* 

C. B. Cumberland, ret. f. p. 

96 F. g July 

R. G. Hughes, ret.f. p. 62 F. 

11 July 

W. Y. Moore, ret. f. p. 64 F. 

a Edw.Mateon, ret. f.p. r'. 
Bug. 10 Sept. 

1867. 
8. Hawkins, ret. f.p. R.Mnr. 

J. Clarke, ret. f. p. R. Mar'. 
90 Feb. 



1860. 

R. H. Lowth, CB. r. f. p. 

MF. 24Jai. 

H. P.Wulff.r.f. p.R.Rng. 

« . - 81 '«• 

P. A. Smyly, r. f. p. 99 F. 

. «. . 14P «». 

J. Singleton, r. f. p. 11 p. 

91 Feb. 
A. G. Blachford, r. f.p. 24 

*• Mar. 

M. F.Willonghby, CB. r. f. p. 

R. (Bombay) Art. 3 July 
W.F. Bedford, r. f. p. 60 P. 

~ „ . 8J « 1 y 

O. GottUng,r. f.p. Roy. Art. 

13 July 

J.Longfleld, CB. 29 F. 3 Auk. 

C. W. M. Balder., CB. 17 

Lancer* 91 Au - 

P. W. Hamilton, CB. from 

Gr. Gdt. 31 Aug. 

Sir Cha. Hattlngt Doyle 

KCMO. 70 F. 16 Sep. 

0. E.Michel, r.f. p. 64 F. 

21 Sent 

Sir Fred.Horn, KCB. 46 F.' 

, - ls Oct. 

J. F. G. Campbell, CB. 

70P. M 13 Nov. 

Lord Fred. Paulet, CB. 

82 F. A Dec. 

W. Clendon, r. f. p. R. Mar. 

22 Dee. 

Sir John Rowland Smyth, 

KCB. 6 Dr. Gdt. 24 Dec. 

W.J. D'Urban, 107 F. 

27 Dec. 

1861. 

gH. J. French, 80 F. 1 8 Jan. 

R. Hortford, R, Art. 6 Feb. 

C. W. Wlngfleld, r. f. p. R. 

Art. 21 p eD< 

John ffblliott Crofton, 96 F. 

9 Mar. 

J.Grattan,CB.17 F. 10 Mar. 

Bon. J. Lindsay, from Gr. 

Gdt. is Mar. 

Wm. Sullivan, CB. 68 F. 

Wi E. Trevor, r. f. p. R. 

ta J. H. Bainbrlgge, Unatt. 

^^•-T* c «n7n«rhame, 
JTCB.,36F. 20 April 

■^J " 1 * 06 ' R - Art - 29 Apr. 
ta W. A.Le Meturier,Unatt. 

tB ¥T «« J- K. Row, KH. 
Unatt. 1 May 

tEardley Wllmot, Unatt. do. 
Fre4. Ho — — 



8. W. Jepbeon, CB. r. f. p. 

8 F. 24 May 

r|P L. A. During, Unatt. 

17 June 
Joshua 8. Smith 17 June 
Hen. A. O'Neill 6 Aug. 

Sir Andrew Scott Waugh, 

r.f.p.R.(Beng J Eng.O Aug. 
Rich. Parker, from 1 Lire 

Ods. 24 Aug. 

C.Trollope,CB.53F.20 Sept. 
Lord G. A . F. Paget, KCB. 

7 Dr. Gdt. 11 Not. 

Brook Taylor 16 Nov. 

B.Daveney,r.f.p. 1 F. 13Dec. 
James Stuart, r. f. p. 8. O 

of Pensioners 13 Dec. 
G. T. C. Napier, CB. 96 F. 
16 Deo. 

1882 
r — -. ..ill, 6 P. 2 Feb, 
J.W.Key, 11 Ilnssare,6 Feb. 
E. Pole, 5 Lancers 1 6 Feb. 
Fred. HoltKobe.CB.MMar. 

A. S. 8. Walsh, CB. r. f. p.R. 
Mar. 26 Mar. 

B. 8. Stehelin, R. Eng. 

8 April 
R.J.M'Klllop,r.f.p.R.Mar. 

11 April 
Sir Robert Walpole, KCB. 

80 May 

Sir Arthur J. Lawrence, 

KCB. lj un e 

Bon. George Cadogan, CB. 

8 June 

T. C. C. Moore, r. f.p. R. 

Mar. 10 June 

F.D.CIeaveland, r.f.p.R. Art. 

80Jun « 
Simon Prater, r. f. p. R. 

Marines 24 June 

J. C. Hope Glbtone, 

8 Hussars 28 June 

Alex. Cunningham, r. f. p. 

R. (Bengal) Eng. 30 June 
C.P.AIntlie,l lira. 7Julv 
P.Benn,r.f.p. R.Art. 16 July 
John Prater, r.f.p. R. M»r. 

Art. 18 July 

Freeman Murray 13 Aug. 
A.N. Vitc. Brldport 19 Aug. 
David Russell , CB. 8 Sept. 
A. B. Burmetter, CB. r.f.p. 

60 F. 23 Sept. 

Sir Horatio Shirley, KCB. 
«, - „ 24 Oct. 

W. S. Newton 6 Not. 

G. Dixon, CB. r. f.p. Depot 

Batt. 7 jf ov< 

E. C. W. M. Milman, from 
a *7F. 9 Nor. 
SpencerPereeTa],fromColdt. 
„ Q d«« 9 Nor. 
Henry Cooper 9 Nov. 
c. Randal Rnmley 9 Nov. 
Bight Hon.Sir H.K. Storks, 

GCB. GCilQ. 12 Nor. 

F. Galtskell, CB. r. f. p. R 

A J2£ D * a, ) Art - 88 Nov". 
tftKE T. C. Smith, Unatt. 
« « « l D«c. 

8. Pott, r.f. p.R. (Bengal) 
Eng. si ])««. 

1863. 



W. B. Goodfellow, R. Bi 

6 A] 

Sir W. M. Coghian, KC 

B. Art. 14 A] 

Bon. A. Hamilton Gordo 

CB. 8 Ju 

G.Max vrelLr.f.p.66F.12Ju 

F. Spenoe, CB. r. f. p. 81 

80 Jui 
Corbet Cotton 6 Jv 

J. B. Wootnam, r. f. p. 

(Bombay) Art. 13 Ju 
SirVlnvent Eyre, OS. KCi 

r. f. p. R. (Bengal) A 

18e| 

E. L. Ommanney, r. f. p. 

(Bengal) Eng. 1 Se| 
H. J. Margary, r. f. p. 

(Bombay) Eng. 1 8e| 
R. C. Wormaid, r. f. p. 

(Bombay) art. 1 Sei 

G. B. Mumbee, r. f. p. 
(Bombay) En*. 1 Sei 

W. I. Bird wood, r. f. p. 

(Madrat) Eng. 1 Se| 
J. Poitlnger, CB. r. f. p. 

(Bombay) Art. 1 Sej 
C. B. Young, r. f. p. 

(Bengal) Eng. 1 Se; 
B. W. 8. Scott, r. f. p. 

(Bengal) Art 1 8ei 

W. Barr, do. do. t 

B. W. Black, r. f. p. 
(Mad rat) Art. 1 Sei 

S.E. O. Ludlow, r. f. p. ' 

(Madras) Eng. 1 sei 

M. Smith, from 81 F.9Se| 

C. B. Symons, r. f.p. R. a 

20 Sei 

Henry Bates 9 a 

H. O. Crawley, r. f. p. R.E» 

11 o< 

A. G. Goodwyn, r. f. p. 1 

(Bengal) Eng. 13 Oi 

B.N.Wilford,r.f. p. R.A 

8 No 



Hope 



7 May 



A. Rowland, R. Art. Jan. 
0. J. Cooke, r. f. p. R. 

(Madras) An. 5 Jan. 
J.Hill, r.f. p. R.Art.lSJan. 
H.J. Morris, r.f. p. R.Art. 

„. ~ *° J "». 

ffen.G.C.W.Foretter.29Jan . 

B. C. Hodge, CB. 80 Jan. 
Thomas Crombie 6 Feb, 
P. J. Bainbrigge, r. f. p. R. 

Bng. 6 Feb. 

H.E.Doherty,CJ). 8 Feb. 
A. H. Ferryman, CJI.12 Feb. 
J. W.Mitchell, r.f. p. R. 

» A »»» "Feb. 

F. B. Boileau, r. f. p R 

(Bengal) Art. 20 Feb. 
c.W. R. Faber 9 March 
F. O. Burnett, r. f. p. R. 

(Bengal) Art. 10 Mar. 
T. J. Galloway, from 70 F. 

ot ^ ~ ** M •«> 
Sir John Garrock, KCB. 

8irWm.JoDe*,KCB. lApj! 



1864. 

E. Prome, R. Eng. 5 J a 
0. T. M. Wilson 7 Ja 
Geo. Staunton 12 Ja 
C. C. Johnston, r. f. p. ] 

(Ifadrai)Bng. 15 Ja 

C. Crutchley 31 Ja 

Richard John Nelson, r.f. 

R. Eng. 6 P« 

Francis Dick, r. f.p. R. Ai 

12 Fe 

E T. Lloyd, r. f. p. R. En 

15 Fe 

Ol x. Rochfort Scott 21 P« 

J. H. Burke, r. f. p. ] 

(Bombay) Bng. 27 p e | 

M.K.Alherley 12 Ms 

Sir Trevor Chute, KCb. 

9Ap 

F. English, CB. r.f p . 63] 
«r « » 19Api 
W. G. Brown 29 A pi 
Hen. Jervit.from Depot Bai 

I 7J «s 
Henry Aylmer, r.f.p. r.ai 

c-M.W. Smith, CB.™jJ 
Harry Stow,r. f.p. R.Art. 

W. W. d'Arley, r . Tp* "j 
Art. JMJui 

G.H -Hyde, do. do. d, 
T. P. Flude. R. Art. d. 
J.N.A.Freese,C2?.r.f.p.l 
Art. 5 a U i 

i-M- Pwceval, CB. 8Au 
H. W.8tltted,CB. from 93 3 

P. M.N. Guy, CB. • 9°B^J 
F. Seymour, CB. 10 Sep 
John Mitchell, r.f.p.R. Ma 
« -x 80 Sep 

C. Steuart, CB. 9 Oc 

C. F. North, r. f. p. b 

(Bombsy) Eng. M Oci 
J. L. Dennlt, from 52 F. 

28 Od 
c.C.R.SackvlHe,&r/ De L 

Warr CB. 29 0el 

W. F. Hopkins, CB. r.f t 

R. Marines 4 No! 

J - °- A - Ayles, r.f.p. h 

Marines 4 No* 

F. P. Haines 26 No, 



Major-Gtnerah. — CoUmeli. 



tfa.Biddln', r.f.p.75F. 

• Dee. 

I.G.Tessdale,R.Artl6Dec. 

r.A. Shone, ret. f.p. R. Art 

18 Dec. 
I A.8hettlcwortli,R.Art. 

f8Dec 
]. A. Lambert, from Ur. 
Gas. 27 Dec. 

1885. 
r.OX}fedyHaly,CB. front 

38 P. 12 Jan. 

:.S Rett, R. Art. 94 Jen. 
H.P.JUtnond 6 Feb. 

Z. H. Bareaby, ret. f. p. 

R. Art. 9 Feb. 

J.G. Walker, ret f.p. R.A. 

9 Peb. 
Jobs ]|<Coy,R.Art 9 Feb. 
lexers' H. H.M. Percy, 

10 Feb. 
V.C.E. Kapler 9 Her. 
C.H.EIUes,CB. S3 Her. 
E.C. Moore, CB.R. Art. 

99 Mar. 
HRJeets, CB. 2 Apr. 
F.WhittiBftiuB , CB.r. f. p. 

if. 7 Apr. 

Hury Rherg, r. f. p. R. 

iPcnber* Eng. 14 Apr. 
H. i. Tar»er,r. f.p. R. Art. 

19 May 
SirT.M.Biddelph, JCCB. 

31 May 
G. Btlfor.CB. R.Art.5 June 
GXF Jtc Riasy ,r.f.p.R. Art. 

5 June 
G.B.Piye«,r.f.p.R.Mar. 

12 June 
W.W.Lrfdsr, r.f.p. 59 F. 

10 July 
CBa*srt, CB. 98 July 
* E. Baker, R. Eng. g Aug. 
TM.Stsel*,CB. 17Auf. 
**.CBea*re,Uaatt2BAug. 
tfta. A.C.Legge, Unatt. 

28 Aug. 
♦**MilsDilyell,Unatt.do. 
J-Cwegh 28 Aug. 

U.Ciwrfsrd,R.Art. 

. « » 8l A «8- 

*<HJ&r»ecns,rB.Unatt 
5 Sept. 
*JuJPQwtB,UaaU. do. 
'^a. tote, Uaett.6 Sept 
J»;I*i 5 Sept. 

' 'J *• St George, KCB. 

LArt. 90 Sept. 

Mltosse, Unatt. Lr.CW. 

Qw»'i Ceuafy Jf ifffiu 
268ept 
♦5j.?.Ta«att f Uaatt6Sept; 
^P.5|*rks,CB. do. 
JJ.Gi«y,ap.MF.i0Oct 
tIL Cbetwode, h.p. s 0t. 

Get 24 Oct 

♦J.P.Wtttropp f Uuatt.do* 
¥ Hra4tnoa,r.f.p.B.Art. 

w.H.Much, r.f.p.R.Mar. 

8C.Tite,R.Mar.Art. 

*-a L. Ferrmt, r.f.p. R. 

larnes 12 Dee. 

^S-TunwT.RBaf.siDec. 

1848. 
^rVteher.h.p.aDr. 

2£hu|u1 9 ltaatt. do. 
*s2 Uw,f d °- 

j;««m,ca do. 

•■^Mflody.rXp.R.Eni. 
■ »« 28 Jan. 

rA i«««,r.f.p,R.Eng. 
• p -_ 8 Feb. 

v- E. Wflktasou, R. Kng. 

•**■ Caa.Werde, eTC*! 

iJft »Feb. 

IffMieto g Mar . 

• Adams, CR. 4 Mar. 
ft^0nftth,CR.51M.r. 
i^imitL /*» jo Apr. 



r -8mitL t CR, 



u T 'rto,ft.AstltMay 



J.W.CrogganJtArt.lS June 
J.Hinde, CB. r.f.p.8F. 

IS June 
John Torke, CJB. 17 June 
J. Abbott, R. Art. 19 June 
H. D. O'Halloran 25 Juoe 
J. P. Beadle, r.f.p. R. (Ben- 

gal) Eng. 80 June 

His BoyalHighnou Prince 

Frederic Christian Charles 

Augustus of Schleswig- 

Holsteln 8 July 

fJR W. T. B. Mounsteren, 

r. f. p. Staff Off. of 

Pensioner m 20 July 

F. O. Urquhart, CB. r. f. p. 

1 F. 90 July 

C.Beamlsh, r. f.p. 85 F. 27 July 
Sir J. W.Gordon, KCB.R. 

Bug. 8 Aug. 

C.J. B. Rlddell, CB.r. f.p. 

R. Art. 8 Aug. 

J. H. Gascoigne, CB. R. 

Mar. 28 Aug. 

VQt Colllngwood Dickson, 

CB. R Art. 24 Aug. 

J. H. E. Dalrymple 28 Oct. 

O. C. Langley, CB. R. Mar. 

10 Nor. 

W. R.Maxwell, R. Mar. 

10 Not. 
▲. G. Burrows, r. f. p. RA.rt 
6 Dec. 
1887. 
Daniel Rainier 6 Jan. 

F.Turner, CB. R.Art.18 Jan. 
H. H. Graham, CB. 20 Jan. 
Henry Renny, C5/. 9 Feb. 
Geo. Campbell, CB. 4 Ftb. 
H. Marriott, R. Mar. 13 Feb. 
Sir H. M. Durand, CB. 

KC8I. R. Eng. 1 Mar. 
E. Lawford, R. Eng. 1 Mar. 
C. W. Tremenheere, CB. 

R Eng. 1 Mar. 

J.J. Bis**t,CB. 8 Mar. 
V 91 Sir Henry Tombs, 

KCB. R. Art. 11 Mar. 
H. W. Trerelyan, CB. R. 

Art 95 Mar. 

G.G. Alexander, CB.r. f.p. 

R. Marine Artillery 9 Apr. 
George Briggs, r. f. p. R. 

(Madras) Art. 6 May 

Sir James Brlnd, KCB. 

R. Art. 1 June 

John Armstrong, CB. 6 July 

Sir Darld Edw. Wood, 

KCB. R. Art. 6 July 

C. V. Cockburn, r.f.p. R. 
Art. 6 July 

A. Irring, CB. do. do. 
T. R. Mould, CB. r. f. p. 

R.Bng. 6 July 

B. T. Ford, r. f. p. R. Eng. 

6 July 
W. H. Billot, r.f.p. B, Art. 

6 July 
P. H. Mundy, do. do. 

D. W. paynter, CB. r.f.p. 
R. Art. 8 July 

W. B. Gardner, do. do. 

A.Beetty,r.f. p.REng.6 July 

H.P. Christie, r f.p. B. Art. 

6 July 

J. B. Dennis, do. do. 

J. W. Cosset, r.f.p. R. Kng. 

6 July 

G. A. Lockhart, CB. r.f.p. 

78 F. 18 July 

R. R. Xlnleside, R. Art. 

14 July 

e. T. J. Dererell, ri,p. 77 F. 

81 July 

G. Graydon, r.f.p. R. Art. 

19 Aug. 

O. H. Blunt, CB. r.f.p. R 

(Bengal) Art. 19 Aug. 

E. A. Holdich, CB. 8 Sept. 
Sir Pred.B.Chapman,KCB. 

R.Enx. 7 Sept. 

Sir 0. W. D. 8taTeley. KCB. 

25 Sept. 

A. Huyshe, R. Art. .11 Oct. 

R.G. Connolly, r.f.p. R. Mar. 

29 Nov. 

R. N. Phillips 8 Dec. 

J.W. Fitsmayer, CB. R.Ait. 

29 Dec. 

1868. 

Sir Alfred H. Horsford. 

KCB. 1 Jan. 



W.D.P.Patlon 1 Jan. 

W.H.Askwlth,R.Art 1 Jan. 

W. B. D. Broughton,R.Eng. 
1 Jan. 

W. E. Morton, r. t p. R. 
(Bengal) Eng. 1 Jan. 

A. G. Austen, r. f. p. R. 
(Bengal) Art. 10 Jan. 

O. J. Carey, CB. 21 Jab. 

Bon. Sir Percy E.Herbert, 
KCB. 28 Jan. 

c.ArtburBorton,C£.31 Jan. 

D. E. Maeklrdy 21 Feb. 

C.M 4 Causland,r.f.p. R.Bog. 
4 Mar. 

T.K. Whistler, R.Art Mar. 

John S. Brownrlgg, CB. 

13 Mar. 

Sir John L. A. Simmons, 
KCB. R.Eng. 17 Mar. 

W. M. S. M'Murdo, CB. 
27 Mar. 

Wm. Monro, CB. 99 Mar. 

A. C. Errlngton 9 Apr. 

c.C. A.Edwards, CB.19 Apr. 

8.T. Christie, CB. 21 Apr. 

C. J. Dal ton, R. Art 23 Apr. 

W. M. Wood 1 May 

H. Smyth, CB. 9 May 

A. De Lisle, r.f.p. R. (Bom- 
bay) Eng. 12 May 

Lord Mark Kerr, CJf. 

12 July 

F. M. Bardley Wilmot, R. 
Art. 2 Aug. 

H. W. Whltfelld, from 9 

W.I.R. IS Aug. 

Peter Maclean, r.f.p. R. Art. 
29 Aug. 
A.H.Graham, do. do. 
R.H.Crofton, do. do. 
T. Knox, do. do. 

John Wllkie 25 Aug. 

H. P. de Bathe, from Scots 

Fus. Gds. 29 Aug. 

Eon. Geo. Talbot Derereux, 

r.f.p. R. Art. 80 8*pt. 
H.A.B. Campbell, CB. r.f.p. 

R.Art. 80 Sept. 

R. Talbot, do. do. 
Sir Wm. T. Deniaon, KCB. 

R. Kng. 7 Not. 

FltxWilllam Walker, r. f. p 

R.Caiiadlan Rifles 7 Not. 
Richard Waddy, CB. 

10 Not. 

J. H.Francklyn, CB. R. Art. 

10 Not. 

Oeo. Sandham, ret. full pay, 

R. Art 10 Not. 

CJ>.Roberlson,ri , .p REng, 

10 No?. 

Hon. C. D. Plunkett r.f.p. 

IF. 18 Not. 

T. H.TIdy 29 Not. 

EdmundRaythorne.23 Not. 
W.Blrch, r.f.p. 104F.28 Nor. 
Tho. Brooke 29 Nor. 

H. D. White, CB. 2 Dec. 
W. 8. R. Norcott, CJi. 

10 Dec. 

G. W. T. Simpson, R. Art. 

11 Dec 
J. Maitland, R. Art. 14 Dec. 
Daniel Lysons, CJB.27 Dec. 
W. L. Earl of Longford, 

KCB. 81 Dec. 

J. H. Maxwell, r. f. p. R 

(Bengal) Bug. 81 Dec. 
1889. 
H.S.B. Prineo W. A. Ed- 
ward of Saxe Weimar, CB. 

from Gr. Gds. 23 Feb. 
W. F. Foote, r. f.p. R. 

Marines 27 Feb. 

J. C. Symonds, r. f. p. R. 

Marines 17 Mar. 

G. Gambler, CB. B. Art. 

18 Mar. 

tT« M. C. Dixon, r. f. p. R 

Art. 19 Mar, 

Sir Arch. Little, KCB. 

21 Mar. 
8. N. Lowder, CB. R. 

Marines 94 Mar. 

J. Douglas, CB. 25 Mar. 
C. H. Gordon, CB., r. f. p. 

Depot Batt. 1 Apr. 

Sir H. St. G. Ord, CB. 

r.f.p. R.Bng. 18 Apr. 

R. ¥. Mountain, r. f. p. R. 

Art. 8 May 



SM .Douglas, KCB. 12 May 
H. W. Httchina, r. f. p. R. 
(Madras) Eng. 12 May 
H. C. B. Daubeney, CB. 

14 June 
9 J. Praser, f. f. p. Unatt. 
23 June 

COLONELS. 

1854. 98 Not. 

Robert Terry, ret. f. p. 81 F. 

James W. Pairtlough, ret 

f.p. 88 P. 
HaJosephMark Harty, KB. 

ret. f. p. 88 F. 
99G1 Wm. Burner, KB. ret. 

f. p. Cape Mounted Rifles. 
Philip Dundee, ret. f.p. 47 P. 
Richard Willington, ret. f. p. 

84 F. 
J. H. Poole, CB.ret.f.p.22 F. 
N.R.Brown, ret f. p.84F. 
Charles Tyrwhltt, Unatt 

Bquorry and Aidt-dt- 

Camp to H.R.H. tho 

Duko of Cambridge 
Nicholas Palmer, r. f.p. 58 F . 
0. H. Potts, ret f. p. 18 F. 
Herbert Mends, ret. f. p. 

9W.l.Regt 

F. Wigston, ret f. p. 18 P. 

IDec. 

A.T.Rtoe,retf.p.51 F. do. 

W. H. Glllinaa, retf.p.88 F. 

1 Dec. 

E. F.Grant ret f.p. R. Art. 

13 Dee. 

Hon. R. C. H. Spencer, ret 

f.p.R.Art 13 Dee. 

H. C. 8Uce, ret f. p. R. 

Art. 16 Dec. 

1855. 

T. H. Riming ton, ret. f. p. 

B. Eng. 13 Jan. 

F. Bid, ret t. p. 90 F. 19 Jan . 
H. F. Ainslle, ret. f. p. 88 

F. do. 

Wm. Slater, ret. f.p. Depot 

Bait. 26 Jan. 

John Land, ret. f. p. R. 

Mar. 19 Feb. 

H. G. Mltford, do. do. 
A. Tylee, ret f. p. R. Art 

8 Mar. 

F. 8. HamUton, ret f. p. R. 
Art 8 Mar. 

Wm. Calder, ret f.p. late 8. 

Officer of Fens. SO Mar. 

J.Wauon, r.f.p. UP. 15 May 

D. Forbes, r.f.p. 91 F. 5 June 

W. L. Tudor, ret f. p. 86 F. 

10 Aug. 

M.J. Western, ret. f. p.64F. 

17 Aug. 

J.Graham, r.f.p. 89F. 7 Sept. 

1856. 
Robert A. Cuthbert, ret. f. p. 
15 F. 25 March 

H.F Strange, ret f.p. 25 F. 

9 May 
P. T.M. Payne, ret f. p. 

R. Mar. 27 June 

W. J. Crompton, ret- f. p. 
late 8. 0. of Pens. 1 July 

J. C. G. Courtis, ret £ p. 
R. Mar. 2 July 

John Watson, ret. f. p. 14 F. 
21 July 

Geo. Plnder, ret f. p. 16 F. 
25 Aug. 

P. B. Reyne, ret f. p. Cey- 
lon Regt. 29 Aug. 

1867. 
P. B.Nolloth,retf.p.R.Mar. 
2 Feb. 

G. T. Finucane, ret. f. p. 
Unatt 14 July 

•Carlo Cutajar, ret f. p. B. 

Malta Fenc. 28 Aug. 

H. S. Rowan, CB. R. Art. 

14 Oct. 

c. E.R.King, ret. f. p. 86 F. 

16 Oct. 

Chas. Seagram, r. f. p. 17 F. 

SO Oct. 

Eton. R. W. P. Cunon, CB. 

h.p.Gr.Gds.Afcf#rfe Cawp 

to B. B. B. the Com. 

wumdor in Chief 17 Not. 

G. J. L. Buchanan, R.*Art 



6 

T. Tapp, CB. 108 F. Aide 
de Camp to the Queen, 
Major General Command- 
ing a Division of the 
Bombay Army. 28 Not. 

Sir T. W. M'Mahon, Bart. 
CB. h,p. 5 Dr.Gda. 12 Dec. 

A.Maxwell,C.B.h.p.46 P do. 

B.T. Farren, OB. h.p. Depot 
Batt. Commanding at 
Colchetter 18 Dec. 

R. Wardlaw, CB. h. p. lDrs. 
Com. Cavalry Brigade, the 
Curragh 12 Dec. 

Jno.T.Grant,CB.hp.l8Fdo. 

A. Low, CB. Unatt. 12 Dec. \ 

E. W. Durnford, R. Eng. 

18 Dec. 
SlrH. James, R.Eng. 16 Dec. 
P. Hill,CB.h.p.R.Br. 20 Dec. 

1858. 

T.B.P. Marriott, H. Art. 

6 Jan. 

A. B. Montgomery ,<ZB.r.f.p. 
IP. 13 Jan. 

Geo. Wynne, R. Eng. do. 

H. D. Harness, CB, do. do. 

T.Elwyn, R. Art. 13 Jan. 

C. K. Ford, R. Eng. do. 

air Ed w. H. Greathed, KCB. 
Unatt. 10 Jan. 

Bir J. Jones, KCB.InspecU 
ing Field Officer at Liver- 
pool 19 Jan. 

W. X. distance, CB. n. p. 
8 Dr. 0ds. 10 Jan. 

A. O. Bentfnck, Jntp. Field 
Officer in Dublin 88 Jan. 

0*r R.D.Kelly, KCB. b. p. 

84 P. do. 

C. J. Wright, R. Art. 7 Feb. 
J.R.Stuart, GB.h.p. 21 P. 
16 Feb. 
P. A. Campbell,h. p. R. Mar. 
21 Feb. 
Hon. Robert flollo, CB. 

Unatt. 28 Feb. 

R. H.F. Pocklington, Unatt. 

Member of the Council 

of Military Education 

8 Mar. 
Anthony Benn3.Arl.8Mar. 

B. J. Warre, CB. h.p.67 P. 

9 Mar. 
eQ E.Thorold.ret.f.p.42F. 

16 Mar. 
J. E. Goodwyn, CB. 41 P. 

19 Mar. 
R.de Balis, CB. h. p. 8 Huts. 

20 Mar. 
A. T. Heyland, CB.h.p.60 F. 

G.V. Maxwell, CB. 88 P. 

28 Mar. 
E. S. Smyth, Unatt.23 Mar. 
E. R. Jeffreys, CB, Dep. 

Batt. 1 April 

R. G. Hamilton, R. Eng. do. 
W. J.Smythe,R.Art. 1 AprU 
Hon. F. Colborne, CB. b.p. 

8F. Assist. Adj. Gen. in 

Scotland 2 Apr. 

Hon. St. Geo. G. Foley, CB. 

Unatt. 18 April 

J.Kelsall,r.f.p.88F. 18 Apr. 

C. R. Egerton, h. p. Depot 
Batt. Deputy Adj. Gen. 

18 Apr. 

Cha. Elmhlrst, h. p. Depot 
Batt. D.Q.M. Gen. C. of 
G. Hope 20 May 

R. C. H. Taylor, CB. Imp. 
— ■ I Officer, - " 



Colonels. 



Field _ 

21 May 

W.C.Hadden,RJ!ng.2I May 

c. Hon. A. E.Hardinge,GB. 

Golds. Guards, Equerry 

to the Queen 26 May 

R.N.Tinley,h.p.Cape M. R. 

28 Mar 
B. A. Somerset, CB. Unatt. 

29 May 
M. B. G. Reed, ret. f. p. 84 F. 

4 June 

A. O.Goodenough,CJ9. Dep. 

Batt. 24 June 

P. P. Faddy, h. p. R. Art. 

80 Jane 

c. P.L.MaeDoogal], h.p. R. 

Canadian Rifles 17 July 



0. Alex.Maedonell,CB.Rifle 
Br. 20 July 

0. L.D'A|uilar, CB.RArt. 
do. 

J. A.R. Raines, CB . 96F. do. 

Wm.Fenwick, OB. 10F. 

26 July 

J. A. Street, CB. h . p. Depot 
Batt. 11 Aug. 

A. T. Phlllpotts, R. Art. 

13 Aug. 

C. Herbert, CB. r. t. p. 64 P. 
19 Aug. 

J. W.S.Smith, CB. Depot 
Batt. 2 Sept. 

P. P. Harding, CB. 22 F. 
9 Sept. 

E.S. Claremont, OB. Unatt. 
Her Majesty's Military 
Attachiat Parie, Groom 
of the Privy Cham- 
ber 14 Sept. 

0. 0. Bhute, CB. 4 Dr. Gds. 
21 Sept. 

J. H. Leflroy, R. Art. 24 Sept. 

J. W. Armstrong, CB. h. p. 
Depot Batt. DepJ.dj.Gen. 
In Ireland. 1 Oct. 

1868. 26 Oct. 

T. S.Conway, CB.h.p. Gr. 
Gds. 

Lord Alfred Paget, Unatt. 

Charles Hind, Unatt.IJ.CbI. 
Com. 6 Weet York Milit. 

A. F. Ansell, Unatt. Town 
Major at Halifax, Nova 
Scotia 

T. H. Pearson, CB. Unatt. 

L. Fyler, CB. Insp. Field 
Officer at Bristol 

e. Sir James E. Alexander, 
b.p. 14 F. 

P. Brown, h. p. 62 F. 

R.H.J. B. Beaumont, Unatt. 

A. H. L. Wyatt, 11 F. 

J. B. Creagh, h. p. 48 F. 

E. A- G. Muller,h. p. Depot 
Batt. Commandant R. 
Military Asylum 

C P. Parkinson, Unatt. 

A. I. Lockh art,C£. h.p. 02 F 

7 Dec. 

W. C. Kennedy, ret. f. p. 

6F. 10 Dec. 

J. R. Orange,h.p.84F. Staff 

Officer of Pent. 18 Dec. 

T. E. Lacy, Unatt. Comman- 

dantofStaffCollege 24Dec. 

1869. 

Thos.Faunce, ret. f. p. 18 P. 

11 Feb. 

G. W. Mayow, CB. Unatt. 

D.Q.M.Gen. in Ireland 

2 Apr. 

B. B. Hale, CB. h. p. 82 P. 
26 Apr. 

e. J. A. Ewart, CB. h. p.78 F. 

Aide de Camp totheQueen 

26 Apr. 

Sir Win. West Turner, CB. 
KCSI.h.p.97 F. do. 

W. Parke, CB. b.p. 68 P. 
Aide de Camp to the 
Queen 26 Apr. 

c.H. E. Longden, CB. h. p. 
10 P. 20 Apr. 

m M. S. H. Lloyd, Unatt. 
14 May 

B. Wodeho0.se, CB. R. Art. 
Aide de Camp to the 
Queen 14 June 

R.Pltcairn, r.f.p. late S. Offi- 
cer of Pensioners 1 July 

John Roche, Unatt. 17 July 

H. R. Benson, CB. h. p. 17 
Lancers 28 Sept. 

W. M'Pherson, Unatt. Staff 
Officer of Pent. 17 Oct. 

George Bent, CB. t R, Eng. 
Aide de Camp to the 
Queen 26 Oct. 

Geo. Durnford, r.f.p. 70 F. 
18 Nor. 

H. B. H. Rogers, Unatt. 
S. Off. of Pent. 7 Dec. 

W.R. Haliday, Unatt. In- 
epector General of Mus- 
ketry 13 Dec. 

G. W. Congdon, r. f. p. R. 
Mar. 20 Dee. 

J. T. Airey, CB .h.p. Coldit. 
Gds. 26 Dee 



W. H. Bradford, h. p. Royal 
Canadian Rifles 29 Dec. 
1860. 

C. L. B. Maltland, h.p. Gr. 
Gds. Major of Chelsea 
Hospital 15 Jan. 

W. T. Layard,Cey Ion Rifles 

I Mar. 
J . H. Laye, h.p. Depot Batt. 

Deputy Judge Advocate 
at Head Quarters 8 Mar. 

W.C.Forrest, b.p. 7 Dr. Gds. 
8 Mar. 

Hon. J. W. B. Macdonald, 
CB. Unatt. Equerry and 
Aide-de-camp toH.R.H. 
the Duke of Cambridge 

1 Apr. 
R. J. Baumgartner, CB. h.p. 

27 F. 6 Apr. 

R. Blane, CB. Unatt. Mili- 
tary Attache' at St. 
Petersburg 11 Apr. 

G.C.Clarke,n.p.2 Drs.28 Apr, 

0. F. Fordyce, CB. Unatt. 
Military Secretary to the 
Governor of Madras 

4 May 

J.M.Adyc,C£.R.Art. 19May 

c. F. A. Whimper, Unatt. 
Major of the Tower of 
London 8 Juno 

R. W. D. Leith, CB. h. p. 
106 P. 26 June 

W. B. Preston, r. f.p. 45 F. 
6 July 

T. 0. Kelly, CB. h.p. 47 P. 

II July 

B. S. Browne, r.f.p. R.Mar. 

31 July 

H. F. Ponsonby, Gr. Gds. 

Bquerry to the Queen 

2 Aug. 
0. P. Bourke, h.. p. 17 F. 

Exon, Yeomen of the 
Guard 8 Aug. 

George Erskine, h.p. Mili- 
tary Train, Inspector of 
drew Clothing 12 Aug. 

E.G. Wynyard,h.p.Gr.Gds. 
31 Aug. 

B.E.M.Gordon,01F. 31 Aug. 

T. Pattle, CB. b. p. 1 Dr. 
Gds. 15 Sept. 

W.L.Ingall,CB.62F. 260ct. 

R.S.Beatson, R. Eng. 27 Oct. 

E. G. Halle well .Unatt.Com- 
mandant B. Military 
College 2 Not. 

Edw.Price,CB.R.Art.2NoT. 

J. W. Domrille. do. do. 

H. D. Griffith, r. f. p. 46 F. 

6 Nor. 

C. P. B. Walker, CB. h. p. 
2 Dr. Gds. Military 
Attachiat Berlin 9 Nor. 

Wm. Clarke, Unatt. 12 Nor. 
■ A. Campbell, r.f.p. 20 F. 

16 Nor. 

HJAtannus, CB. 20 Hussars 

18 Not. 

c*8ir H.F.F Johnson, Bart. 

b.p. 5 F. Commanding the 

W. 4- L. Islands 13 Dec. 

A. J. Herbert, CB. Unatt 

Assist. AdJ.Gen. 14 Deo. 

Jas., Lord Beaton, Unatt. 

22 Deo. 
N. 8. Gardiner, Unatt. 22Dec. 
S. Wells, CB. r. f. p. 23 P. 
24 Dec. 
Henry G. Hart, h. p. Depot 
Batt. 27 Dec. 

1861. 
K.D.Mackensie, CB. Unatt. 
15 Jan. 
R. Pratt, CB. 23 F. 28 Jan. 
Hon. L. Smy th,ftB. h.p.Rlfle 
Br. Military Secretary in 
Ireland 9 Feb, 

c. J. W. Reynolds, Unatt. 
Assist. AdJ.Gen. at Man- 
chester 13 Feb. 

F. C. A. Stephenson, CB. 
Scots Fua.Gds. 15 Feb. 

E. A. Whitmore, Unatt. 

Assist. Adjutant General 

15 Feb. 

1861. 16 Feb. 

H. Forster, CB. R. Art 

8. Freeth, R. Eng. 28 Feb. 

I B. MaberW. CB. R. Art. do. 



W. M. H. Dixon, R. Art 

23 Feb 

Jas. K. Wlllson, r.f.p. B 

Mar. 5 MCarcl 

c. E.W.C.Wrlght,h.p Depo 

Batt. Deputy Inspect oi 

of Reserve Forces 9 Mm 

Lord A. G. Russell, Rifle Bi 

10 Mai 

H. Righy, R. Eng. 12 Mai 

C.J.C. Mills, h.p.94F. 23 Mau 

J. J. Hort, 44 F. 9 Apr 

John Simpson,CB.h.p.34 F 

20 Apt 
H.G.Rainey,C£.h.p.61 F 

20 Apri 

J. A. Cole,h.p.l5 P. 90 Apri 

A. Broome, CSI. R. Art 

29 Apri 

R, E. Knatchbull, R. Art. 

29 Apri 
Patrick Wm. MaoMahoa 

CB. 36 F. 4 Ma; 

R.W.Lacy,h.p.66F.16 Ma 
R. M.Sutherland, CB. r.f.j 

92 F. 17 Ma 

17tt F. F. Maude, CB. h. f 

3 F. Insp. Gen. of Milit I 

in Ireland 80 Ma 

W. G. Hamley, R. Ens;. 

10 J an 
E.H.Mazwell,88F.ll Juo 
J.M.Walter,CB.12P.17Jun 
J. E.Tbackwell, CB. Unati 

Deputy Adj. Gen. (as A 

America 26 J un 

e.J.E. Addison, Unatt.J*/<^o 

and Superintendent c 

Studies, Royal Mllitar 

College 6 Au| 

Edm. Roche, Unatt. Assist 

Insp. of Reserve Forces 

6 Au| 

Wm.Inglis, CB. h.p.Dep« 

Batt. 8 A as 

L. Shadwell, CB. Military 

Assistant, War Offia 

Unatt 4 Sep 

E.Moore, r.f.p. 11 F. 17 Sepi 

O.J.Foster, h. p. 16 Lancet 

SOSepl 

C. S. Teale, r.f.p. lata £ 

O. of Pensioners 1 Oct 
R. C. Spalding, r. f. p. Roy 

Mar. B Ocl 

G.F.S.Call,£F.18F.21 Oct 
J.O. Brooke, h.p. 8 F. 11 Noi 
G. S. Cotter, CB. r. f. t 

R. (Madraa) Art. 15 Noi 
Rob. Bruce, h. p. 2 F. AssU 

tant Inspector of Re* err 

Forces 26 Noi 

R. Y. Shiplej, CB. h. p. 7 P. 

13X>e< 

0. H. Teush-Hecker, r. f. j 

Caralry Depot 20 Un* 
J. E. CoUings, CB. h.p. 38 1 

21 J><* 
■Wm. 0*Nelll,r.f.p. S.O. c 

Pensioners 31 De< 

1869. 
Ralph Budd, Insp. Fiel 

Officer at Bdfast 27 J ax 
H. Bingham, Insp. sYiel 

Officer at Leeds 2 Pet 

H. Hamilton, CB. h.p. 78 I 

6 Pel 

T. Addison, CR.2F. 16 Pel 

W. A. Orr, CB. R. Ar 

Aide de Camp to tA 

Queen 4 Mai 

C. 0. M'lntyxe, CB. r. f. i 

78 F. 7 Marc 

H. Yule, GB.r.f.p.R.( Ben ga 

Eng. 19 Mav 

James Maurice Priraro* 

CSI. h. p. 48 F. 20 Ma 
0. J. Hadfield,r.f.p. R. Ma 
26 Mart 
P. R. Elrlngton, Rifle Br. 
28 Ma 
Edw. Kaye, R. Art. 6 Ap 
C.L.Nugent,h.p.Depot Bat 

Deputy Judge Advocag, 

Dublin li Ap 

P.A.BuUer.b. p.48F.U An 
R. O. Bright, 19 F. 1 ^1 
Via E.W.D. BelL CB. aaj 

17 Ma 
c. Wm. Saokey, 9 P. IB Ma 
R. L. Ross, CB. h, p. nai 

18 Ma 



Colonels. 



E. Stanton, CB. R. Biff. 

iM/ * Cssevi Gea, <» 

Mefpt 21 May 

H.B.icrry, r.f.p. B. Mar. 

17 May 

LWodsfcouce,h.p.24P. 

1 Jane 
Geo, Rowleadsen, B. Art. 

9 Jane 
P. Barton, CB. Depot Bait. 

10 Jane 
Wa. Gordon, Jwsp. FieM 

OjkermtGiMMgarc 25 June 
Q.H J.WillKUBatt. A.<J Jf . 

Gen. at Portsmouth 

SO June 
J.H. wlagnehl, 16F.98 June 
W. H. Horslcy, r. f.p.R. 

(Madras) Bog. 88 June 
lord A.C.L. FllsRoy ,Unatt. 

&w«rry to *Ae Queen 

14 July 

BWm. Carrathere, r. f. p. 

Sl Helena Begt 16 July 

David WitMD, 88 P. 91 July 

B. P. Bouienier, CB. B.Eng . 

• Aug. 

J.Osabtny.CB.h. p.63F. 

Amu*. Inspector of Be- 

ttrtt Fortes 11 Aug. 
JLBS.Whitmore, b.p. 10 

Dn.5. 0.e/Pene. 18 At 
R. Warden, CB. * 



'ewe. 13 Aug. 

h. p. 10 F. 

16 Aug. 



C, H. Morris, CB. Unatt. 

17 Aug. 

Ed*. Adams, Unatt Sec.* 

lrf;.R.Af.A«y«wwl» Aug. 
B.Ofle,R.Rng. 8 Sept. 
P-JLCwapbetl, B. Art. 

15 Sept. 
&P.0eoaenoogh,dc do. 
C.W. Thompson, b.p. 7 Dr. 

Got 17 Sept. 

M. Braes, Or. Ode. 9 Oct. 
J. A.Y.KJrklaad,ft F.OOOct 
J.R.eiyn,CB.RlfloBr. 

80 Oct. 
i. Coekbara, Unatt. StaJ 

OJber of Pensioners 

6 Not. 
D W.Carletoa, h. p. Ootdet. 

Ws. 9 Not. 

ArttarScndamore, CB. h.p. 

7 Hassan 9 Nor. 

t Leslie, CB.h.p.40F.O Not. 
H LRsye«ell,UnattO Not. 
H. P. Strange, CB. B. Art. 
12 Nor. 
2.W, H. Prasrr, Depot Butt 
17 Not. 
G. W. p. Bingham, CB. h.p. 

04 P. 90 Not. 

J. CsaMroa, R. Sua;. % Bee. 
J. Coasily, Unatt. A.Q.M. 

Oca. siAieVsAct 14 Dee. 

A. P. Bond,h.p. Staff Corps, 
SCfOf. e/~P**«.SlDec 

G.&Bheleipesr, R.Art. 

12 Dec 
V. Heps, CB. h.p. 71 P. 
96 Dec. 

B. Strsebey, C8I. B. En*. 

91 Dee. 



& Hoisack, r.f.p. R. (Bom- 
bay) Art 9 Jan. 

W. P.CurtJi,h.p. 91 Hassan 
lOJan. 

E. B. Johnson, CB. R. Art. 
4Mb taut Military 8c 

_ creter* 1Q J 4n . 

T. E.Kaoa.CB.9 F. 94 Jan. 

W. J. Lottos, h. p. 86 F. 

96 Jan. 

TLB. Adams, Unatt.90 Jan. 

E-W. Denorae, h.p. 100 F. 
81 Jan. 

B.P. Benhara v CB. 8.P.OOS. 
9 Feb. 

PG.H.5oe*enet,C£.h.p. 
7 P. «Feb. 

y/ehMdbT.Best,79F.6Feb. 

H.C. Brewster, 76 F. 12 Peb- 

B-Ki»ox,16HaMarsl9Feb. 

V*. John Chambcrlayne, 

.9 W.|. Beit. 19 Feb 



*JL8teert,CB. rttf.p. 
90 Feb. 



MP. 



J. D.Oarmiebael, CB. b.p. 
04 F. Dep. Or. Matter 
QesuetSttee 9 Mar. 

J. B. Robertson, 91 F. Adj. 
Bam. Madras 6 Mar. 

D. Anderson, 99 F. e Mar. 

H. A. Oarleton, CB. R. Art. 
12 Mar. 

F. G. Wilkinson, h. p. B*pot 
B*tU Assist. Inspecfr of 
Reserve Forces 16 Mar. 

B. B. Harris, h. p. 60 F. 
8.0. of Pens. 17 Mar. 

J.Tnrner, CB. BJkrtlSMar. 

W. P. Radcliffe, CB. h. p. 
OOF. 26 March 

T.fl.Pakenham,80 F.27Mar. 

F. P. Xoft, h. p. 1 Oar. Bo. 
8. 0.of Pens. 27 March 

W. Payn, CB. 72 F. 91 Mar. 

T. Boss, 24 F. 1 Apr. 

H.B.Weare,CB.SOF. 10 Apr. 

H.M. Hamilton, 12 F. 1.2 Apr. 

0. V. Co*, B. Art. 17 April 

Hon. F. A. Thesiger, CB. 
9& F. Aide de Camp to the 
Queen; Adjutant Gene- 
rat, East Indies 80 Apr. 

B. Harrison, b.p.l 1 Huteara 

19 May 

B.W«D.Lowe,CB.86F.2J une 

Sou. A. O. 0. Chichester* 

ft. p. 77 F. 16 June 

P. B. Palmer, CB. 60 P. 

92 June 

C. A. Orr, B. Bng. 99 Jane 
c.W. A. Strutton, b. p. 6 P. 

80 Jane 
J. W. P. Aadnin, r. f. p. 

16 F. 80 June 

H.J. Shaw, Unatt Governor 

of Herbert Hospital at 

Woolwich 6 Jaly 

W. H. fteymoor, CB. 9 Dr. 

Ode. 7 July 

J.H.SmyUt,C£. RA.S July 
H. C. Wade, r. f. p. R. 

(Madras) Art. 10 July 
8ir Win. Russell, Bt. t CB. 

h. p. 14 Hussars 90 July 
F. W. J. FltxWygmui, 16 

Hussars 96 July 

J. Miller, Unatt. FortMaJor 

at Guernsey 8 Aug. 

VgJ.O.Gul»e,CB.b.p. 

99 P. 7 Aug. 

H.L.Gardtner, B. Art Aug. 

J J.Hawkins, R.Bng. 12 Aug. 
M. A. S. Biddulph, B. Art 
14 Aug. 
J. P. Robertson, CB. Mili- 
tary Train 98 Aug. 
J. H. King, CB. Or. Ods. 

80 Aug. 
A. J. M. Boileau, R. Bng. 
lSept 
W. H. Dalamain, B. Art. 

18«pt 

O. P. Seely, B. Art do. 

Sir A. B. Kemball, CB. 

KCSI.RJitt. 1 Sept. 

W.K.Worater,RJkrtl Sept. 

c J. W.Oox, CB. h.p. 18 F. 

Assist.AdJ.Oen. at Dover 

4 8ept 

A. A. Chapman, h. p. 18 P. 

17 Sept 

O.W.A.Higf insoa, Qr. Ode. 

80 Sept. 

T. Q. A-Oakes,CB. 12 Lano. 

1 Oct 
Robert Hume, CB. 5oF. 8 Oct. 
O.W. Green, Unatt. OOct. 

A. Browne, CB. 44 P.190et. 
c. WiUiamBoyle.89 F. IS Oct 
J. B. Boeder, OB. B. Bng. 

IS Oct 
John Owilt CB. 84 F.22 Oct. 
F. Peyton, 96 F. 28 Oct. 

B. 0'Brten,Mll.Traln260ct. 

B. P. Badcliffe, B. Art. 

26 Oct. 

C. W.Toungbusband, B. Art 

26 Oct. 
B.B. Hamley, CB. B. Art 
Msotber of the Council oj 
Military Education 

2 Not. 
1 8. B. Gordon. CB. R. Art 

2 Not. 



Hen.B. T.Gage, CB, BJkrt 
9 Not. 

H.W. Montagu* CB.B. Bog. 
9 Not. 

O.S.Henry,CB^art. 2Not. 

O.T.Haly,r.f.p.l08P.2NoT. 

•Antonio Mauei, B. Malta 
Pendble Artillery 19 Nor. 

C. Adams, 49 P. 17 Nov. 
O. W.T. Rich, CB. b.p. 71 P. 

Deputy Qr. Mas. Gen. at 

Malta 17 Not. 

J.H.Preetb, B.Rng. 98 No?. 

D. Beid.R. Art. 28 Dec. 
J. W. Thomas, CB. 67 F. 

81 Dec. 
1864. 
W. T. Dickson, 16 Lancers, 

5 Jan. 
0. Laogiey, h. p. 16 F. 

11 Jan. 
R. C. Romer, B. Art. 16 Jan. 
Wm. Wilby, CB. 4 F. 15 Feb. 
H. H. Greer, CB. 68 F. 
18 Feb. 
H. Bird, Mil. Train 22 Feb. 
Utt W. Olpberts, CB. B.Art 
26 Feb. 
H. W.B. BeU, B, Bng. 

29 Feb. 
s. B. Carey, CB. h. p. 40 F. 
IMar. 
W. 0. h. Baker, r. f. p. JU 
(Madras) Art 8 Mar 
& W. Lowry, 47 F. IS Mar. 
A. Taylor, CB. B. Bug. 

31 Mar. 

a Fansbawe, h.p. B.£ng. 

1 Apr. 

T. Ugbtfoot, CB. h. p. 84 P. 

4 Apr. 

V« iTon. H. H. Clifford, 

CB. Unatt Deputy Q. 

Master General 98 Apr. 

0. Bourchier, CB. B. Art 

26 Apr. 
H. D'O.Torrena, CB. 28 F. 

27 Apr. 
W. F. Macbean,18F. 1 May 
R.Hawkee,h.p.80F. 4 May 
W. Bell, r.f.p. 08 F. 10 May 
H. H. Maxwell, B. Art 

28 May 
T.B. Butt, b.p. 86 F. 28 May 
Wm. Aug. Fyers, CB. Rift* 

Brigade 8 June 

W. Drysdale, CB. b. p. 9 

Lancers 90 June 

O. F. Mann, CB.B.Bng. do. 

A. Impey, r. t. p. B. Bng. 

1 July 

H.HopeCrealock,C£.UnaU. 

Military Attaehi at 

Vienna 6 Jaly 

J. L. Barrow, CB. R. Art 

8 July 

J. D. Meln, do. do. 

J. B. Anderson, CB. B. A rt 

6 July 
J. N. Sargent, CB. h. p. 8 F. 

20 July 
c.C. Sawyer, h.p. 6 Dr.Gds. 
80 July 
R. Q. A. Loard, h.p. 62 F. 

4 Aug. 

Bdw. Seager, h. p. 8 Hussars, 

A. Q. M. Gen. Dublin 

6 Aug. 

Hon. D. 0. FitaG. de Bos, 

1 Life Qd*.Bquerryto the 

Queen 80 Aug; 

WJSJdorton,R.Bug.81 Aug. 

W. R. Searle, rt f. p. B. 

Marines 18 Sept 

H.B. Browne, 90 F. 18 Sept. 

T. B. Crawley, h.p. 6 Drs. 

28 Sept 

A.Thompson,Rjkrt85 Sept. 

W.A.Middkuon,CB.B.Art* 

7 Oct 
Wm. Humphreys Ktrby, 

hup. 04 F. Adjutant Ben. 

at Bombay 12 Oct. 

S. Weotmaeott,B. Bng. 

18 Oct. 
C. 8. Whltehill, r. f. p. 109 

F. 19 Oct 

e. G.J. Peacocks, 10 F. 

18 Oct. 
J, B. 8. Bayer, CB. Assist. 

Cowsmemdemt, Caeakry 

Depot 91 Oct. 



W.O.MensJes, R.«»rr- 

26 Oct. 
B. Hemery, r. f. p. R. 
. (Madras) fing. 96 Not. 
B. M. Laffan, R. Bng. 

28 Not. 
A. H. Freellng, R. Bng. do* 
H. 0. B. Moody, do. do. 
H. Clerk. B. Art. do* 

G.Lambrick, R. Mar. Aids 
ds Camp to the Queen do. 
L. Graham, 18 P. 4 Dec 
0. W. 8. Chambers, r.f.p.R. 
(Madras) Bng. 12 Dec 
e. A. C. Robertson, 6 F. 

13 Dec 
T. H. Clifton, Unatt. 
Equerry and Aide de 
Camp to B.R.H. the 
Commander in Chief 

96 Dee. 
J.F.M. Browne, CB. R.Rng. 
96 Dec. 
H. Hammond, R, Art. 

80 Dee. 
1886. 
J. 0. D. Morrison, r. I p. B. 
Mar. Adj. Hon. Art. Com- 
pany of London; QentMt 
Arms 9 Jan. 

A. M. M'Donald, Depot 
Ben. 19 Jan. 

E. K< Money, B.Art. 24 J an. 
R. White, h. p. 17 Lancers 

91 Feb. 

A. P. Jenner, 11 P. 91 Feb. 
J. B. Spurgin, C8i. 102 F. 

9 Mar. 

Aug. W. Murray, CB. h.p. 

.1 W.l. Regt. 16 Mac 

s. D. J. Gamble, CB. Unatt. 

21 March 

G. P. Eaton, R.Art. 24 Mar. 

G.B.Milman,h.n.6F.S0 Mar. 

V. Baker. 10 Hnesars do. 

E.H. Fisher, R. Art 1 Apr. 

J. D.M.Prior.h.p.6 DrcBApr. 

Hon. B. C. H. Massey, 06 F. 

8 Apr. 

J. Boss, CB. Rifle B. 8 Apr. 

Wm.Kendall,B.Bng.l4 Apr. 

H. A.White, R. Bng. 18 Apr. 

0. A. Purrts, ret f. pay, R. 

(Madras) Art. 90 Apr. 

G.J.Brown,h.p.4Hrs.4 May 

W.F.Brett 61 P. 6 May 

P. B. Whtttingham, B. Eng. 

17 May 

R.B. Hawley, 60 P. 18 May 

F. A. Willis, CB. 88 F. 

91 May 

G. J. Wolseley, h. p. 00 F. 
Deputy q.M.Gen. North 
America 6 June 

F. Carey, h.p. 96 F. 19 June 
C.S.Longden, BArt 99 June 

B. M. Boxer, R.Art do. 
W. C. Hodgson, 79 P. 10 July 
J. B. Gihbon,B.Art 21 Jofr 
e.O. B. P. Gordon, h.p. 78 F. 

8 Aug. 

W.D.AItken, R.Art. 8 Aug. 

O. B. Fuller, B.Art 9 Aug. 

H. B. Sandford, r. f. p. B. 

(Bombay) Art 9 Aug. 

B3.Baynos, UnattCotonntl 

Secre t ary at Gibraltar 

7 Sept. 

T. Biggs, r.f.p. R. (Bombay) 

Art 14 Sept 

P, B. Boe, 60 P. 18 Sept 

T B.CoUinson,B.Bng. 

20 Sept, 
Wm. Maxwell, B. Art. 

20 Sept. 
Cha. Douglas, do. do. 
H. B. L. Thuillier, do. do. 
J. C. H. Jones, Depot Batt. 

21 Sept 
H. B. Norman, CB. 10 P. 

28 Sept 

e. G. G. C. Stapylton, h. p. 

82 F. 26 Sept 

B. T. Gloster, 97 F. 26 Sept. 

G. O. Walls, 95 F. 26 Sept. 
J. H. C. Robertson, h. p. 

100 F. 97 Sept 

Hon. P. R. B. Fellding, CB. 

Coldst Gde. 7 Oct. 

R. 8. Harrison, r.f.p. B. Mar. 

D.Blyth, r.f.p,B,Mar. 9Not! 



8 

0. W.T.L.Pettenoe, 01 F". 

IS Not. 

J. G. B. Aplln, 48 F. 88 Nor. 

Charles Hood, 08 F. St Not. 

O. A. Scbomberf , CB. R. 

Mwr. Art. 98 Not. 

W. O. 8uther, CB. R. Mir. 

8 Dec. 

A. 0*D. Grattan, r.f.p. K. 
Eng. 11 Dee. 

W. B. Aslett,R. Mar. IS Dee. 
J. Oarpendale, R. Rug. 

SI Dee. 
T. Brougham, R.Art. 32 Dee. 

1886 
Vtt 0. C. Fraser'cB. 1 1 Has. 
18 Jan. 
•BaTerlo Gett,RJfaltaFen- 

dble Artillery 96 Jan. 
e. R. J. Sugar, 81 F. 16 Feb. 
Hon.*. J. G. Oalthorpe, 5 Dr. 

Gds. 16 Feb. 

Amalgamated JJUt. 
18 Feb. 1886. 
W. B. Salmon, Bombay 

Staff Corpe 
J. K. Spence, Bengal 8. C. 
G. M. HU1, Bengal 8.0. 
T. Stock, Bombay 8. C. 
W. Richardson, CB. Ben- 

gal Staff Oorpe 
O. Jackeon, Bengal 8. G. 
W O. Woods, CSI. Madras 

S.G. 
R.T. Snow, Madras 8. C. 
J. Klteon, Madras 8. C. 
W. H. Byres, Bengal 8. C. 
R. N. Rallies, Bengal 8. C. 

B. E. Miller, Madras 8. C. 
P. W. Lusrd, Bengal 8. C. 
Geo.Selby,R.Art. 
G. Vemer, Bengal 8. C. 
£. Wray, CB. R. Art 
H . Ramsay , CB. Bengal S. O. 
A. Boyd, Bengal 8. C. 
R. C. Lawrence, CB. Bengal 

Staff Corpe 
H. Nicoll, Bengal 8.C. 
John Worgan, R. Art. 
James Young, R. Art. 
Wn, 8. Hatch, R. Art. 
J.D.WooUcombe,CB.R.Art. 
W. F. Eden, Madras 8. 0. 

A. W. Macintlre, CB. R. Art. 
Geo. Molr, CB. R. Art. 
J. G. Petrie, CB. R. Art. 
Arthur Wyndham, Madras 

Staff Corps 
G. A. Fisher, Bengal 8. C. 

C. Cooke, Madras 8. C. 
J. Wilson, Madras 8. C. 
S. H. Beoher, Bengal 8. 0. 
T. H. Campbell, R. Art. 

B. A. H. Webb, CSI. Madras 
8 C 

P. D. Atkinson, Bengal 8. 0. 
A. K. Gore, Madias 8. C. 
Chas. Harris, Bengal 8. C. 
F.H. Scott, Madras 8. C. 
J. S. D.TuUoch, Bengal 8.C. 
H. T. Vincent, Bombay 8. C. 
G. W. Russell, Madras 8.0. 
M.C. Spottiswoode, Madras 

S.C. 
Henry Man, Madras S. C. 
John White, Msdrss 8. O. 
Wm. J. Cooke, Madras 8. C. 
0. L. Showers, Bengal 8. C. 
A.Turner, Bengal 8. 0. 
A. J. Greenlaw, Madras 8.0. 
H. D. Innes, Madras 8. C. 
John Eliot, R. Art. 
Hoary Lewis, R. Art. 
H. P. de Teissisr, R. Art. 
0. H. Dickens, CSI. R. art. 

F. W. Swlnlioe, R. Art. 

G. E. Voyle, R. Art. 
R. Madagan, R. Rng. 
J. D. Campbell, R. Eng. 
M. K. Kennedy, R. Eng. 
W. R. Dickinson, R. Eng. 
C. 8cott, R. Eng. 
W.O.R. Macdonald, Madraa 

Suff Corps 24 Feb. 

C. H. Hntchinson, B. Art. 

U Feb. 

Lord G.J. Manners, h.p. B. 

Horse Gds. ft Mar. 

0. F. M. Mundy, Bengal 

Staff Corps 29 Mar. 

8. B. Lamb, r.f.p. 4 W. I. R. 

SSMar. 



Colonels. 



W. W. Barry, CB. B.Art. 
24 Mar. 
J.M.Macdoaeld,h.p. Ceylon 



Rifles 28 Mar, 

W.H.Coz, B.Art. lApr. 
Bom. D. M'D. Fraser, CB. 

R.Art. 8 Apr. 

A. B. Thomhtl), Madras 

8. C. 27 April 

A. Wlntle, B. Art. 30 Apr, 
J. P. Redmond, CB. 61 F. 

10 May 

A.M<EJnsliy,17F. 17 May 

J. A, Stewart, r. f. p. H. 

Marines, Gent, at Arms 

2SMay 

B. G. Bulwer, CB. Unatt. 
Assist. Insp. of Reserve 
Fortes 23 May 

S.G.Jenyns, CB. IS Hussars 
S4May 

J.G.Balmaln, R.Art.12 June 

J. C. Brooke, Bengal Staff 
Corps 18 Juns 

B. WooUsy, Madras 8 C. 
18 June 

B.TJ>atton,Cflf/.Bengal 8.C. 
18 June 

H. Le Geyt Brace, B. Art. 

14 July 
L. Nicholson, CB. R. Bng. 

20 July 
V© F. 0. Maude, CB.ft.Art. 

10 July 
R. O'Connell, R. Art. SSJuly 
Son. H. F. Keane, R. Eng. 

Aids de Camp to the 

Queen, Deputy Adj. Gen. 

9 Aug. 

e.0.Wm.8trong,h.p. Coldat. 
Gds. 14 Aug. 

G. H.£ferie/MountOharl«s, 
h. p. 1 Life Gds. 84 Aug. 

Wm. J. E. Graut, R. Art. 
Aids ds Camp to the 
Queen 24 Aug. 

F.G. Nuthall,RJkrt. ldftept. 

Wm.Hardy,CB. Depot Batt. 

16 Sept. 
c. J.W. D*Oyly,h.p. II P. 

17 Sspt. 
A. T.Oadell, R. Art. SO Sept. 
M. Clifford, R. Art. 88 Sept. 
G. W. Walker,R.Bag.80 Sept 
D. Geye, R. Art. S OcL 

A. N. Scott, r. f. p. R. 
(Madras) Art. 8 Oct. 

J.O. Qawler, 78F. 16 Oct. 

B. Fellowes, Unatt. 10 Not. 
Chas. Louis, R. Mar. do. 
R. Richards, Bombay 8. C. 

15 Not. 
O.Synge Hutchinson, 8 Dr. 

Gds. 10 Not. 

T. K. Mulock, CB. r. f. p. 

70 F. 97 Not. 

J. A. Ballard, CB. R. Eng. 
7 Dec. 

C. R. W. Herrey, CB. Bom- 
bay Staff Corps 11 Dec. 

J.E.Gsstrell.BengalS.C. do. 

1867. 
0. V. Jenkins, IS Hussars 

1 Jan. 

P. 8. Thompson, CB. 14 

Hussars 6 Jan. 

J.H.F.RlkIngton.6 F. 7 Jan. 

J. Desborough, R. Art. 

11 Jan. 
5trB.F.0smpbeU,B«. 60 F. 

Assist. Insp. of Rsserve 

Forces IS Jan. 

T. Thompson, Msdrss S. C. 

17 Jan. 

G.W.Peyton, MadrasS.C. do. 

8. J. K. Whliehlll, Bombay 

Staff Corps 17 Jan. 

J.T.Barr,BombayS.C.17Jan . 

A. F. Steele, h p. 7 Hussars 

20 Jan. 

A. H. L.Fox, h. p. Gr.Gds. 

29 Jan. 

G. A. Leckie, Bombay 8. C. 

7 Feb. 

H. D. Abbott, CB. Madras 

B.C. Feb. 

H. W.P. Welman, r.f.p. l F. 

OFeb. 

Robert CadeU,R.Art. 11 Feb. 

RJC.CIa?ell,B.Mer. 18 Feb. 

H. Grlerson, 15 F. 18 Feb. 



S. F. C. Annesley, 



10 F. 
3 Mar. 



C.T.Du Plat,B.Art.E9sterry 

to the Queen 7 Mar. 

Bon. J. J.Boorke, DepotBatt. 
8 Mar. 
E. W. Boodier, Madras 8. C. 
8 Mar. 
S.Richards, Bengal 8.C. do. 
H.J. Savage, r.f. p. 84 F. 

SMar. 
Sir Arch. Alison, Bart. CB. 

Unatt. 17 Mar. 

W. A. CrommeUn, B. Eng. 
18 Mar. 
L. Farrlngtoa,S9 F. SSMar. 
J. Bayly, B. Bng. 86 Mar. 
a L. Barnard, CB. R. Mar. 

Art. 97 Mar. 

W. F. D. Jerrols, CB. R. 

Eng. 1 Apr. 

T.L.J. Gallwey, R.Bng. do. 
R. Burnaby, do. do. 
C. J. Roberta, Bengal Staff 

Corps 20 Apr. 

s. H. Peel Tatea, CB. R. Art. 

26 Apr. 
J. E. MlchelU CB. do. do. 
C. H. Smith, CB. R. Art. do. 
N. 0. 8. Turner, CB. R. Art. 

86 Apr. 

V© W. O. Lennox, CB. R. 

Bng. 26 Apr. 

C. D. WaddelL r.f.p. R. Art. 

27 Apr. 
P. C. Penrose, CB. R. Mar. 

8 May 
G.B.Roduey, R. Mar. 16 May 
Robert Bruce, Unatt. 1 7 M ay 
P.H.Fellowes,R.Mar.99May 
C. T. Franklin, CB. R. Art. 
80 May 
A.C.Hawklns, R.Art. I June 
R. Boyle, CB. R.Mar. 8 June 
A. T. Falls, R. Art. June 
8. J. Batten, Madras 8. 0. 

10 Juoe 

A.P.S.Green, R.Art.90 June 

J.W. C. Williams, R. Marine 

Art. Assist Adj. Gen* Aide 

de Camp to the Queen 

SO June 

E. A. Williams, CB. R. Art. 

81 June 

M. J. TurnbulL Bengal Staff 

Corps 28 June 

8. H. J. Dalies, do. do. 

J.E.T.Nlcoils,K.Eng.SOJune 

C. J. Hodgson do. 1 July 
G. 81m, r. f. p. R. (Bengal) 

Eng. 1 July 

N. M»I.Mackay,R.Art. 

16 July 
A.M.Murray. R.Art. 24 July 
A. B. Hankey, 88 F. SO July 
T.Raikes, CB. 109 P. 80 July 
R. Patton, 107 P. 80 July 
J.H.Jolliffe,r.f.p.R.Mar. 

21 Aug. 
Guy Rotton, R. Art. 21 Sept. 

F. W. Bond, R.Art. S Oct. 
B.Newdlgate, h.p. Depot Ball. 

Assist. Adj. Gen. Alder 

shot 83 Oct. 

H. D. Bills, OF. 7 Nov. 
W. P.. Lord Ablnger, Scots 

Pus. Gds. 81 Nor. 

0. 8. Woodcock, R. Art. 

94 Nor. 

R. S. Wilson, Madras Staff 

Corps 18 Dec. 

G. Harkness, do. do. 
G.M.K.A. Yonge,lW.I.R. 

93 Dec. 

D. G. Robinson, R. Eng. 

81 Dec. 

1668. 

R Pheyre, CB. Bombay 
SUff Corps, A We deCamp 
to the Queen 6 Jan. 

T. Clerk, Madras 8.C. 1 Jan. 

J. H. M. Bablngton, Madras 
Staff Corpa 10 Jan. 

C. C. M'Oallnm, do. do. 

T. Greens way, do. do. 

C. M. Barrow, Bombay Staff 
Corpa 19 Jan. 

D. Boyd, Bombay 8. C. do. 
W. Ashburner, do. do. 
W. S. Siace, r. f p. R. Bng. 

22 Jan. 
Digitized oy ' 



W. H. Slade, 6 Lancer*, 
98 Java. 

G. V. Johnson, R. Art. 

94 Jati . 

A. F. Oonnell, RJLrt. 12 Feb. 
A- W. H. Mey rick, Scots Ft**. 

Gds. 13 Feb. 

J.C. Houghton, CSI., Bengal 

Staff Corps 16 Feb. 

F.Young,Madras S.C.ioPeb. 
R.B.M'Crea, R. Art. 99 Feb. 

F. Marshall, S Life Gds. 

6 Mar. 
W.B. Marshall, R.Art. 

10 Mar. 
A. Bssaano, 82 F. 16 Mar. 

G. 8. Digby, CB. R. Marine 
Art. 23 Mar. 

R. Parke, R. Mar. 30 Mar. 
Sir W. H. R. Green, CB. 

KCSI. Bomba>8.C.0Apr. 
J.O. Anderson, R.Eog. 7 Apr. 
G. Rigaud, 60 F. 22 Apr. 
Geo. Allgood, CB. Bengal 

8.C. 28 Apr. 

W. U. B.de Horsey , Or. GtU . 

29 Apr. 

C. E. D. Hill, B.Eng. Ml a pr. 
JohnEdm. Watson, r.f.p. R. 

CBengal) Art. 7 May 

a W.Adair, CB. R. Mar. 

99 May 

D. G. Pollard, Madraa Staff 
Corps 12 June 

A. C. Plowden, Bengal 8.C. 

13 June 

V€ Sir Henry Manhattan 

Havelock,B«r/.C£. U natt. 

17 Juno 

T. F. Wilson, CB. Bengal 

Suff Corps, Deputy ArfJ. 

Gen. Bast Indies. Aide 

ds Camp to tks Queen. 

20 June 
J. L. Ehjee, B. Art. 37 June 
C. V. Wilkiesoo, B. Eng. 

98 June 

B. B. Prettejohn, CB. 18 
Hussars 3 July 

W. W. H. Greathead, CB. 

B. Eng. 7 July 

W. Aitchison, Scots F. Gds. 

10 July 
F. O. Salusbury, CB. 101 F. 

11 July 
H. T. Molesworth, B. Art. 

16 July 
H. T. Walker, 96 F. 26 July 
P.C.Haasard,H.Eng.3 Aug. 
W. D. Goesett, R. tug. do. 

C. Tower, CB. 3 Dr. Go*. 

4 Aug. 

M. Dillon, CB. Rifle Brigade 

Aide de Camp to the Queen 

13 Aug. 

Sir Wm. L. Mercwether, 

CB. KCSI. Bombay Staff 

Corps 15 Aug. 

e. W. G. Cameron, CB.it. 

13 Aug. 

W. E. MacLeod, Bombay 

Staff Corps Id Aug. 

A. W. Lucas, CB. do. d ►. 
T. W. Mllwsrd, CB. R. Art. 

Aide de Camp to the Queen 
15 Aug. 

E. Campbell, Bombay Suff 
Corps 15 Aug. 

H. H. A. Wood, do do. 

F. A. E. Loch, do do. 
H. St. C. Wliklns, R. Eng. 

Aide de Camp to the Queen 

15 Aug. 

H. W. Holland, CB. Bombay 

8taff Corps 15 Aug. 

Alex. Robinson, Bengal S.C. 

27 Aug. 

R. Hughes, 3 W.I.K.28 Aug. 

G. G. Brown, R. Art. 1 Sept 
J. G. Fife, R. Eng. do. 
W. K. Fooks, R. Art. d ». 
R. G. H. Grant, do. do. 
J. Jones, R. Eng. do. 
C. W. Hutcltlnson,do. do. 

B. A. Foord, R. Eng. do. 
H. Wallace, CB. R. Art. do. 
C.Barins,Coldst. Gds.2 Sept. 
Geo. Shaw. R. Art. 90 Sept. 
S. A. Cape], r.f.p. 8. O. of 

Pensioners 1 Oct. 

F. G. Kempsler, Madras 

S.C. 5 Oct. 



Colonels.^-Lieutenant Colonels. 



A. B. Am; Madras S.C. 

8 Oct. 
C.T. Bowie, B. Art 7 Oct 
Ju F. P. Loneox, B. Art. 

10 Oct. 
BW. BMacleod, r.f.p. R. 

(Bessjal) Art. 90 Oct. 
B.P.ltwtasMtcXp.2 W.I.R. 

28 Oct. 
C.W.Moor*, 108 F. 2 Nov. 
H. B. Cosrteaey.lt. Art 

11 Nov. 
Wm.HilL2 W. I. R.28 Not. 
V. A. II. Barnard, 06 F. 

29 Not. 
H.H.HlbbertTF. I Dec. 
B.Y.D.8eottB.Bng. 5 Doc 
W.C, Trevor, 14 F. 8 Doc 
ft. Thicker, Bombay Staff 

Corps li Dec. 

a P. Molotry, Madras Staff 

Corps 11 Dec. 

B. Hopktesou, Bengal Staff 
Corps. 12 Dec. 

a E. Bothner, CSI. Bengal 
Staff Corps 10 Dec. 

B. B. Malawaring, Bengal 
Staff Corps 21 Dec. 

M. T. Ffroach, Madias Staff 
Corps 21 Dec. 

A. Steele* do, do. 

A. F. Place, do. do. 
B.BXui*ioa,armsxoweW 

Garner* Depot 28 Dec. 
H. K. Borne, Bengal S.C. 
SO Dec. 

B. J. Lake, CSI. B. Eng. 

81 Dec 

1889. 

J. W. LoveU, CB. B. Eng. 

5 Jan. 

O. B. Sexton, Madras 8iaff 

Corps 11 j M . 

w. 8. Simpson, do. do. 

P. P. U CCoonell, R. Bug. 

_ 15 Jan. 

C. T. Altcalson, Bombay 
Staff Corps 18 Jan 

J.C.M'Leod,42F. 29J 4 n. 

G. H. Meadter, r. f. p. 69 P. 
8 Feb. 

A. H. Synge, B. Bog. 5 Feb. 

O. F. Miakespear, Madras 
Staff Corp. JO Feb. 

V« M. Walker, 8 P. 15 Feb. 

H. A. Serel,C£. h.p. 17 Lan- 
cers n Feb. 

A. A. Fisher, CB. B. Eng. 

YC O. Graham, GR dc do. 

B. W. Ward, do. do. 
W J.F Stafford, Bengal Staff 

Corp* a Feb. 

J/.T. Walker, R. Eng. 2T Peb. 
P. O. Pfpon, B. Art. 1 Mar 
P.Coaybear, B. Art 1 Bar. 
B J. Meade, CSI. Bengal 

Buff Corps IMar. 

J. M. Macgregor, Madras 

Staff Corp. i Mar. 

B. J. Feilden, 60 P. 1 Bar. 
«. Boirojd, Bengal Staff 

Corps 1 Mar. 

J.B.M'Mollin, do, do. 
P. J. B. Priestley, Madras 

Staff Corps 2 Mar. 

B. Palmer, 2 Life Gdc 

8 Mar. 

»- P. I*j«rd, Bengal Staff 

Corps n Mar. 

H. Grata, r. £ p. B. Bng. 
17 Mar. 
W. Age, 51 P. 28 Mar. 

e.T. Field, B. Art. 7 Apr. 
A.B.Harenc,o8F.19Apr. 
H.A. Trevelyan,7 Hussars 
19 Apr. 
J. Gotoins, 38 F. 20 Apr. 
A. K. C. Kennedy, Madras 

Staff Corps 88 Apr. 

£^>»P»n do. 29 Apr. 
Vol O. L. Goodlake, Coldst. 

Qdc Aide de Camp to 

the Queen 80 Apr. 

BTomfctason,h.p. Cavalry 

Depot. Aide de Camp to 

•Ae Queen go Apr. 

WT C T. Bonrchlcr, h. u. 

Rifle Brigade, Aid$ de 

Camp to ik4 Queen 
80 Apr. 



F.H. Synge, 43 F 

D. J. Xinlock, r. f. p. B. 



IMay 



(Bombay) Art IMar 

F. B. Bundall, R. Bng. 

12 May 

A. Knight, r. f. p. Unatt. 

12 May 

Bon. B. Monck, Coldst. 

Ods. 14 May 

J. C. Rattray, 90 F. 8 June 

P. Johnson, r. f. p. 82 F. 

12 June 
W. S. Furneaoz, 103 F. 
14 June 

LrEXTT.-COLOBELfl. 

80 Dec. 1826. 

W. Leader Maberly, Unatt. 

A Commissioner of the 

Audit Bomrd 

1887. 10 Jan. 

SCar. Speddlng, h. p. 82 P. 
ir Win. Davison, KH. 
h. p. 2 P. Equerry to 
H.tLH. the Duke of 
Cambridge 

1884. 

e. W.G.Dawkins", h.p.Coldst. 

Ods. 8 Nov. 

1854. Nov. 28. 

Edw. Ooate, ret f. p. 85 P. 

!P. J. Wlllau, r. f. p. 48 P. 
F. Wright, r. f.p. R. Art. 
R. J . Barou, r. f.p. R. Bag. 
J. Bonamy,ret full p. F. 
R.Henners,ret. f. p. 59 P. 
Amb. Spong, ret. full p. 60 P. 
Lewis S. B. Robertson, ret. 

full pay R. Art. 
c.T. H. Hemmans,r.f.p.78F. 
W.W. War burton, r.f.p. 67 P. 
B Edw. Boyd, ret f. p. 29 P. 
Win. Dempster, retr.p. 41 P. 
BAlez.CampbeH t r.f.p. 88 F. 
f H.Dixon, ret.ful I pay 81 P. 
9 J. Poynis, ret. full p. 80 P. 
P. S. Hamilton, r.f.p. R.Mar. 
Jas.Lynn, ret. f. p. R.Eng. 
fi Kdw.Kenny,ret.f.p.89P. 
John O'Grady, ret. f.p. 17 F. 
SO A. B. I/Estrange, ret. 

full pay, 71 F. 
J. T. Griffiths, ret. f. p. 25 F. 
B J. Norman, r. f. p. 54 F. 
Daniel Riley, rel.f. p. 24 F. 
H. A. Kerr, ret f. p. 1 F. 
C J. Fynmore, r. f . p. R.Mar. 
Wm. Newhouse, ret. f. p. 5 P. 
C. C. Williamson, ret. full 

pay, R. Mar. 
J.G. Lecky, ret full p. 88 F. 
R. Howorth.ret. f. p. R.Eng. 
P. Tudor, ret. full pay, 38 F. 

G. A. Barnes, ret. full pay 
St. Helena Regt. 

C. W. Pearce, r. f.p. RJf ar. 
c G. G.Biscoe, r.f.p. 60 F. 

1 Dec. 
H.T.Bowen,r.f.p.72F. 1 Dec. 

B. Yates Peel, Unatt 12Dec. 

A. G. W. Hamilton, ret. 
full pay B. Art 27 Dec. 

1856. 
B B. Beaufoy, r. f. p. late 

Staff O.of Pent. 80 March 
J. C. Macpherson, ret. f. p. 

42 P. 24 April 

J. Lardner, r.f.p. 47 P. 4 May 
J. Wilkinson, ret f. p. Rifle 

Brigade 1 June 

J. S. Adamson,ret.f.p.86 P. 

29 June 

B. F. Wakefield, ret. f. p. 
28 P. 20 July 

1 C. R. Shuckburgh, r. f. p. 
late 8.O. of Pens. 17 Aug. 



"I: 



R. Saunders, ret. f. p, „. 

Newf. Co. 7 Sept. 

M.Aadrews,r.f.p.28F. 9 Oct. 

H. Crawley, ret f. p. 20 F. 

16 Oct. 

1856. 
C. Higglnbotham, ret. f. p. 
63 P. 86 Feb. 

J. C. Stock, ret. f.p. 10 F. 
4 April 
1856. 26 Dec. 
Tyrrell MaubiasByrns,Unat 
R. P. W. Sibthorp, Unatt 
Henry R. Cardan, Unatt. 



1857. 

c. W. Cartan, ret f. p. late 
8.0. of Pensioners 1 April 
R.B.Price,h.p.K.Art 26May 
0. W. Randolph, Gr. Gds. 

17 July 
T.Ffrench,rctf.p.63F.80Oct. 
J. A. West, ret. f. p. 84 P. 

27 Not. 
B.S.Burnaby,Gr.Gds.l8 Dec. 

1858. 
R.Glpps, 8. Pus. Gds. 2 Peb. 
R. H.Gall,CB.h.p. HHussars 
24 Mar. 
Wm. Wood,r. f.p. R. Mar. 
16 Apr. 
H.Copinger,r.f.p.l6F.7May 
J. 0. Lewis, r. f/p. 87 P. 

15 June 
• G. Petit, r. f. p. R. Malta 

Feoc. 22 June 

W. J. MacCarthy, ret f.p. 

84 P. 2 July 

J. B. Wheatslone, ret f. p. 

8 P. 23 July 

J. Palmer, ret. f.p. 8 W.I.R. 

18 Aug. 
P. Baring, S. F. Gds. do. 
H. Armytage, Coldst. Gds. 

26 Oct. 

B. C. Mitford, Unatt. Town 
Major at Malta 16 Nov. 

W. Chnd, Unatt. Staff Off, 
of Pensioners 28 Nov. 

C. N. Hogge, Gren. Gds. 

7Dec. 

H. B. J. Wynyard, Unau 

Comm. of R. Hibernian 

Military School 18 Dec. 

1859. 

S. Burrard, Gr. Gds. 18 Feb. 

T. B. Mortimer, Unatt. Gen- 
tleman at Arms 26 Mar. 

John H. Cos, Unatt Fort 
Major at Edinburgh 

26 April 

F. Lucas, r. f.p. 16 F. 24 May 

H. 0. Fletcher, S. F. Gds. 
24 June 

F. C. Keppel, Gr. Guards 
Equerry to U. R. H. the 
Prince of Wales 5 Aug. 

Wm. M'Donald,6F. 14 Aug. 

Geo. Waller Meehan, Unatt. 
Staff Oft.qfPen*.9 Sept. 

R.H. White, 8.F. Gds. 

16 8ept 
Jas. FIUHerbert de Teissier, 

Unatt. 17 Oct. 

W. J. Tonge, r. f. p. 60 F. 

18 Oct 

F.Lambton, S.F.Gds. 4 Nov. 

Hon. F.J. E. Freke, Unatt 

IS Dec. 

J. A.Todd, h.p. 14 Hussars, 

Eton, Yeoman of the 

Guard 20 Dec. 

Geo. B.C. Crespfgny,/>ay**. 

School of Musketry 

26 Dec. 

1860. 
Wm. Mauleverer, h.p. 58 F. 

S. O.of Pens. 11 Jan. 
John Bruce, Unatt. Staff 

Off. Pens. 18 Feu. 

H.Towcr, ColdstGds. 9 Mar. 
Cbas. S. S. B. Gordon, Unatt. 

Town Major of Dublin 
1 Apr. 
Henry Jackson, Depot Bait 

at Chatham 6 Apr. 

H. D. Smart, Unatt 11 Apr. 
A. J. Premantle, Coldst. 

Gds. 20 Apr. 

J R.Heaton,h.p.87F.24Apr. 
S. H. S. Inglefleld, h. p. R. 

Art. 4 May 

Hon. H. Annesley, Scots 

Pus. Gds. 18 May 

Hen. Chas. Capel Somerset, 

h.p.27F. Staff Qff.of Pens. 

8 June 

s. Hon. W. H. A. Feilding, 

Colds. Gds. 15 June 

Wm.Lutle Stewart, Drp. Bat. 

22 June 

Arthur Plgott, h. p. 20 P. 

Staff Off. of Pens. 6 J ul y 
F.e.Himley,50P.81Aug. 



9 

Claud Alexander, Or. Gds. 

81 Aug. 
o. Garnet Man,r. f.p. R.Mil. 

College 18 Sept. 

J. J. Bull, h.p. 66 P. 18 Dec. 
G. Mein, Unatt. Deputy 

Judge Advocate, Man* 

ohester 22 Dec 

C. N. Sturt Or. Gds. 28 Deo. 

1861. 

H. W. Vertchoyle, Gr.Gds. 

16 Jan. 

H. G. Woods, 8 F. 18 Jan. 

T. R.H. Drutnmond Hay,h.p. 

78 P. 29 Jan. 

J. P. Pennyculck, CB. 

R.Arl. 15 Feb. 

H. P. Saunders, r. f. p. 8 West 

India Regt. 15 Feb. 

D.C.Yanrenen,R. Artl 8Peb. 
J. W. Graves, Unatt. 8. O. 

of Pensioners 9 Mar. 

A. Hunt, Unatt 88 March 

F. R. Forster,h.p. 4 Dr. Gds. 

20Apiil 

O.D. Patterson, r. f. p. 10 F. 

Bxon, Yeomen of the 

Guard 30 April 

J.Bancor,r.f.p.48F. 28 July 

R. W. Hamilton, Gr. Gds. 

28 July 
James Ross, 2 P. 6 Aug. 
J.D. Shakespear t h.p.R.Arr. 
24 Aug. 
Sir 8. J. Blsne, Bart. h. p. 
Rifle Brigade 17 Sept. 
J. C. Bsrtley, 6 F. 20 Sept. 

B. Macpherson, R. Art. 

28 Sept. 
c.John Hackett,76 F.86Nov. 
H. L. Chermside, K. Art. 

20 Dei. 

1862. 

W.O . Sutton, r.f.p. Cavalry 

Depot 7 Jan. 

John T. Dalyell,21F. 2 Feb. 

G. N. Boldero, h. p. Depot 
Batt. Assistant Inspector 
of Reserve Forces 6 Feb. 

H. W. Meredith, Depot Batt. 

7 Mar. 
J.G.Boothby,RJk.rt. 14 Mar. 
F.A.T. Clayton, Gr r Gds. 

16 May 
H.Rogers,h.p. R. Art.30 M ay 
W.S.£wart,Gr.Gds. 24 June 
J. E.T. Nicolls, B.Bng. 

30 June 
C.J.Hodgson, R.Eng. 1 July 
C.F.T.Danlell,28F.7Juiy 
Hon. D.G.Finch, h.p. 24 P. 

8 July 
J.S.Macaulay,h.p. 1 W.I.R. 

29 July 
G. La M. Tapper, R. Art. 

13 Aug. 
G. H. Moncrleff, Scots Pus. 
Guards 19 Aug. 

D.E.Hoste, CB .R.ArL3Srpt 
O.H.B.Malet,Gr.Gds. 3 Oct. 
Paget Bayly, Unatt. Assist. 
Q.M.Gen. Mauritius 

24 Oct. 
John81ngleton,R. Ar t.6N ov. 
C.H.Ingilby,K. Art.9Nov. 
A. C. Grevilie, Unatt do. 
Wm. John Chads, 64 P. do. 
L.H .O.Maclean, Unatt do. 
C.E.Blackett, Colds.Gds.do. 
H. H. Morant,h.p.68P. 

2 Dec. 

1863. 

C.Dysart,r.f.p.l08F. 1 Jan. 

Hon. J. C. Stanley, Gr. Gdv. 

16 Jan. 

H. Col!ette,h.p. 67 P. 24 Jan. 

G.H.Page,Unatt. D.Q.M.G. 

Australian Colonies 

29 Jan. 
Geo.W.Patey,56F. 5 Feb. 
W. Rlckman, Depot Batt. 

12 Feb. 
O. G. Gordon, 8. Fus. Gds. 

13 Feb. 
B.A.Logan,CB.57 F. 22 Feb. 
Wm. Faussett, 44 K. 9 Mar. 
8. Dunning, ret f. p. Depot 

Batt. 24 Man h 

John Peel, h. p. Depot Batt. 
Assist. Adj. Gen. at Ports- 
mouth C *7 March 



10 

Jno.Nason,DepotBattlApr, 

B. W. L. Wynne, Gr. Gds. 

14 Apr. 

T. Benson, h.p. 68 F. 21 Apr. 

W. Earle, Gr.Gds. Military 

Secretary to the Lt.Gen. 

Commanding in N. A me- 

riea 28 Apr. 

O.B. D. Hill.R. Eng. 30 Apr. 

A.Aytoun,h.p.R.Art. 18 May 

A. J. H.Elliot, UaattAMts*. 

Inspector of Reserve 

Forces 29 May 

1TOJ. A. Conolly, Coldst. 

Gds. 8 June 

S. G. Buobury,r. f.p.Army 

Hospital Corps 1 July 

H. F. B. Maxse, Unatt. 

Got. and Com, in Chief 

of Heligoland 6 July 

G. R. FltsRoy, Golds. Gds. 

38 July 

P. Robertson-Ross, Depot 

Bait. 8 Aug. 

W. L. Stucley, Gr. Gds. 

11 Aug. 
Wm. Bayly, r.f.p. S P. Oct . 
G. W. Raikes, r.f.p. lata S. 
Off. of Peualonera 16 Oct. 
C.B.Conyers,h.p.97 F.230ct 
R.Gibson, r.f.p. 89 F. 6 Nor. 

1864. 

Fred. West, h. p. Dep .Batt. 

5 Jan. 

J. R. Mann, R. Eng. do. 

H.P. Kennedy, 60 F. 7 Jan. 

W. J. Rout, Scots Fus.Gds. 

8 Jan. 

Wm. Fulton, 16 F. 12 J an. 

R. Blddnlph, R. ArLlS Jan. 

P. R. Mein, CB. 94 P. 31 Jan. 

Bon. W. J. Colville, Unatt. 

Assistant Inspector oj 

Reserve Forces 8 Feb. 

0. G. Gordon, CB. R. Eng. 

16 Feb. 

R.0.F.Steward,Unat21 Feb. 

Wm. Mayne, h. p. Land 

Transport Corps 1 Mar. 

Vi& J. C. M'Nelll, h.p. 48 F. 

Mil. Sec. to Goo. Gen. of 

Canada do. 

i.H.E.CIlTe,Gr.Gds.8Mar. 

V.F.Story, Unatt. Staff Off. 

of Pensioners 12 Mar. 

C. F.Herrey, r. f. p. S. O. 

of Pensioners 15 Mar. 

John Dwyer, UP. 17 May 

A. G. Pigou, R. Art. 20 May 

H.F.Davlet, Gr.Gds.14 June 

J. H. Cooper, 7 P. 21 June 

A.Wombwell,h.p.D<»p. Batt. 

Assist. Insp. of Reserve 

Forces 22 June 

Wm. Douglas, h. p. 14 P. 

27 June 
A. R. Garratt, 66 P. 28 June 
James Maxwell, h.p. 84 P. 

4 July 

T. L. Mayne, Unatt. 6 July 

L. E. Knight, Cape Mounted 

Rifles 19 July 

F. L. Whitmore, Unatt. 

21 July 
H. P. Newton, R. Art. do. 
A. H. Cobbe, 20 P. 28 July 
A. C. Gleig, R.Art. do. 
G.H.Vesey, R.Art do. 
H. F.WUllams,60F. 

4 Aug. 
J. Magulre, h.p. 60 F. S Aug. 
S. Robinson, R. Art. do. 
Geo. H. Hawes, 9 P. 8 Aug. 
P. G. T.Deshon, h. p. Depot 
Batt. Assistant Inspector 
of Reserve Forces 10 Aug. 

F. W. Tradl-Burtuughs, 93 
F. 10 Aug. 

A. Fraser, CB. R. Ent. 

31 Aug. 
D.C.Greene, h.p. DepotBatt . 

9 Sept. 
W.K.M ( Leod,74F. do. 
T. Maunsell, 13 P. 10 Sept. 

G. H. L. Milman, R. Art. 

11 Sept. 
C. F. Menxies, R. Mar. 

21 Sept. 

C. C. Villiers, 47 F. 3 Oct. 

E. Maude,h.p. 109 F. 13 Oct. 

W. Lyons, h. p. 6 W. I. R. 

18 Oct. 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



B. H. Vyee, 8 Hrs. 18 Oct, 
J.W.Playfatr,R.Eng.94 Oct, 
J. Robinson, 44 P. 28 Oct, 
A. L. Peel, 62 F. do. 

C. G. Arbuthnot, R. Art. 
29 Oct. 

E. M. Beresford, Scots Pus 

Gds. 4 Nor. 

J.H.Stewart, R.Mar. 5 Nor. 

C. L. Peel, Scots Pus. Gds. 

22 Nov. 
P. W. Hastings, R. Art. 

26 Not. 
E. S.F. G. Dawson, 98 P. 

29 Not. 
G. J. Burne, 78 F. do. 

A. A. Nelson, Unatt A.Q.M. 
Gen. Corh 9 Dec. 

T. G. Gardiner, 3 F. 9 Dec. 
T.W.White,16Lancersl0Dec 
P. J. Moberley, R. Eng. 

12 Dec. 
E. Mowbray, R Art. 15 Dec. 
G. L.Chandler, R. Art. do. 
A. PitcaJrn, Depot Batt. 

18 Dec. 
Wm. Roberts, 5 P. 27 Dec. 

1865. 

P. G. Christie, r. f. p. late 

S. O. of Pens. 1 Jan. 

J. M. Grant, R.Eng. 7 Jan. 

Joseph Jordan, 34 P. 12 Jan. 

J. E. W. Lawrence Ji. p. R. 

Mar. Paymaster Artil- 

lery Division 19 Jan. 

G. S. Young, Unatt. Assist, 

Military Secretary at 

Ceylon 24 Jan. 

Henry Francis, R. Art. do. 

S. Stallard do. do. 

W.A.Armstrong, Dep. Batt. 

6 Feb. 

Samuel Hackett, Unatt. 

9 Feb. 
C.R.O.Evans.R.Art. do. 
A. C.K. Lock, 60 P. 10 Feb. 
Geo. Skipwith, h. p. Depot 
Batt. 17 Feb. 

W. 0. F. Gosling, R. Art. 

17 Feb. 

F. E. Macnaghten, 8 Hrs. 
21 Feb. 

E. Cbippendall, 19 P. 9 Mar. 
G.B.Harman,Unatt. Deputy 

Adjutant General in 
Jamaica 9 Mar. 

A. C. Cooke, CB. R.Eng. 

11 Mar. 

H.R.Werge,2F. 14 Mar. 

H. Butler, 57 P. 21 Mar. 

G. D. Pitt, CB. h. p. 80 F. 
Assist. Mil. Secretary in 
Australia 21 Mar. 

P. M. Colvile, CB. 43 F. 

21 Mar. 
P. S. Blyth, 40 F. do. 

C. U.8hultleworth f 68 F.do. 
G.R.G reaves, 70 P. Brigade 

Major, Dover 21 Mar. 

W. K. M. ReiUy, CB. R. Art. 

23 Mar. 

D. McNeill, R. Art. 24 Mar. 
H. Drummond, R. Eng. do. 
H. K. Hicks, R.Art 24 Mar. 
A. Stewart, do. 24 Mar. 
Edw. Atlay, do. do. 
T. E. Kennion, h.p. R. Art. 

29 Mar. 
J. Campbell, Coast Art. 

1 Apr. 
W. H. D.Fltsgerald, Unatt. 

2 Apr. 

F. G. Hibbert, R. Canadian 
Rifles 4 Apr. 

G. W. Knox, S. P. Gds. do. 
Bon. W. R. Trefusis, do. do. 
Alfred Light, R. Art. 9 Apr. 
H. R. Grindlay, r. f. p. 21 

Hussars 11 Apr. 

J. B. G. Close, h. p. R. 

(Bombay) Eng. 14 Apr. 
R. Bates, r. f. p. 83 P. 2 May 

E. J. Carthew,R.Art.31 May 
W. C. Russell, R. Art. 

6 June 
J. Pickard, R. Mar. 13 June 
T. W. Marten, 7 F. 20 June 
J. H. Elwyn, R. Art. 24 June 
S. Henning, 26 P. 25 July 
G. T.Brice, 17 F. 98 July 
T.T.HaggarOLArt 3 Aug. 
J. C. HaUes^R. Art 8 Aug. 



R. A. Morse, R. Art. 8 Aug. 
W. Campbell, 100 F. 4 Aug. 
M. J. Hayman, Unatt. 

17 Aug. 
G. C. Henry, R.Art. 81 Aug. 
H. A. Smyth, R. Art. do. 
CM. Hamilton, 92 P. 1 Sept. 
R. Young, h. p. Depot Batt. 
4 Sept. 
D. G. Anderson, R. Art. 

14 Sept. 
Sir G. P. C. Pocock, Bart. 
Unatt. 20 Sept. 

P.W. Phillipps, R.Art. 

20 Sept. 
Prod. P. Lea, Unatt. 26 Sept. 
R.W. Harley, CB .8 W.I.R. 

10 Oct. 
W. J. Williams, 11. Art. 

24 Oct 

R. Roney, h. p. Depot Batt 

Fort Maj.dk AdJMt Jersey 

26 Oct. 
F. M. M. Ommanney, R.Art. 

1 Not. 
R.K.Preeth, R.Art do. 
J. A. Gildea, 81 P. 10 Nov. 
W. A. G. Wright, R.Mar. do. 
O. W. Forbes do. do. 
P. J. Richards, R. Mar. 

21 Nov. 
J. II. Dunne, 99 F. 25 Not. 
VQl H. Rowlands, 41 P. 

28 Nor 

H. Adair, R. M. Art.28 Not. 

A. Butcher, R.Mar. 13 Dec. 

R. H. Currle, 89 P. 19 Dec. 

P.MacDonald,hp.l3P.19Dec 

John Bean, R. Eng. SI Dec. 

T.C. Lyons, 87 F. 25 Dec. 

W. Bellairs, Unatt. Asst. 
Adj. Gen. Gibraltar 

26 Dec. 

L. G. Paget, h.p. R. Art. Lt. 
Col. Com. Isle of Wight 
Art. Militia 26 Dec. 

1866. 

N.Steerens, Unatt. U Jan. 

B. H. Eager, h. p. Depot 
Batt. 25 Jan. 

Fits Roy M. H. Somerset, R. 
Eng. 25 Jan. 

C. E. Oldershaw, R. Art. 
26 Jan. 

G. Colclough, R.Art. 3d Jan. 

C. Shelley, Scots Pus. Gds. 
6 Feb. 

F. Wells, 1 F. 8 Feb. 

J. R. Mackenzie, 105 F. 

12 Feb. 

F. W. C. Ord, R. Art. do. 
C.B.Ewart,C£.R.Eng.3Mar. 
O.B.P.N.H. Nugent, R.Eng. 

4 Mar. 
P. Dickson, h. p. R. Art 

10 Mar. 
J. Shekleton, R. Art. 16 Mar. 
E. C. A. Gordon, R. Eng. 

31 Mar. 

G. Edw. Baynes, h. p. 8 P. 
A.Q.M.G. Nova Scotia 

1 April 

E. W. 8argent,h.p. 18 F. do. 
J. B. Flanagan, h.p. 81 F. do. 
H. C. Lodder, h. p. 47 F. do. 
T. Tydd, h.p. 16 P. 1 April 
J. F. Murray, h.p. 97 P. do. 
A. R. Sewell, h. p. 15 F. do. 
R. P. Harrison, 80 P. do. 
R. 8. Colls, h.p. 32 F. do. 
s. C. O. Creagh Osborne, 6 F. 

1 April 
s. E. Bowen, 57 F. do. 

J. Van H. Montagu, h. p. 
10 F. 1 April 

W. C. O'Brien, h.p. 73 P. do. 
M. B. Porde, R. Art. do. 

D. W. Tupper, 50 F. 5 Apr. 
W.T. Barnett, R.Art. do. 
C. Elgee, 23 F. 10 Apr. 
J. G. Hay-Boyd, Unatt. 

20 Apr 
R. Preston,h.p. 44 P.24 Apr. 
C. J. Barton, R.Art. 26 Apr. 
R. England, h.p. 55 F.lMay 
G. E. Brown- Westhead, h. p. 

31 P. 6 May 

J7oM.W.L.Talbot 1 h.p.Depot 

Batt 8 May 

F. P. Hunter, 86 P. 12 May 
A. E.H.Anson, R.Art 



G. Drory, R. Mar. 88 May 

H. P. Tyacke, 106 F. 29 May 

Son. J. F. B. Elphlnstone, 

8. P. Gds. 29 May 

D. J. Baillie, R. Horse Gds. 
5 June 

E. H. Couchman, R. Art. 
19 June 

D.C. Drury-Lowe, 17 Lane. 
16 June 
V9X P. C. Elton, h.p. 91 P. 

17 June 
0. Oookworthy, R. Art. 

19 June 
J. A. Fuller, R. Eng.20June 
C. Cooch, Unatt. 95 June 
G. K. Bushe, 59 P. 26 June 
T.G. Glover, R.Eng. 80 June 
R.H.C, Drury-Lowe, Gr.Gds. 

10 July 
H. C. Jenrolse, Coldst. Gds. 

20 July 
J.S. Thomson, 64 F. 27 July 
A. F. Warren, Rifle Br. 

3 Aug. 
V. T. Mairis, R.Eng. 8 Aug. 
W. Porter, R. Eng. 23 Aug. 
E. A. Wylde, R. Mar. do. 
J. B. Hope, R. Art. 24 Aug. 
G.B.B. Holmes, R. Art 

8 Oct. 
o.St Geo. M. Nugent, Unatt. 
5 Oct. 
A. W. Thynne, Gr. Gds. 

16 Oct. 
W. W. M Lukin, R. Art. 

28 Oct 
J. H. Hall, Coldst Gds. 

80 Oct 
G. A. Elliot, 18 F. 9 Not. 
C.E.Walcott, R.Art. 10 Not. 
W. J. Bolton, do. do. 
P. RaTenhill, R. Eng. do. 
J. W. A. Kennedy, K. Mar. 

10 Not. 
John Whiteside, r.f.p. 11 P. 

11 Not. 
C.N.LoTell,h.p.R.Art. 6 Dec. 
O. L. C. Williams, R. Horse 

Gds. 7 Dec 

G. J. Wlgram, Coldst. Gds. 
11 Dec. 

J. W. Laurie, Unatt., Insp. 
Field Officer of Militia 
and Volunteers in Nova 
Scotia 12 Dee. 

H. Hyde, R. Eng. 13 Dec. 

Hon. L. E. Massey, Scots 
Fua. Gds. 18 Dec. 

P. T. MeU, r.rp. 1 F.25 Dec. 

T. Hodgetts,r. f. p. S. O. of 

Pens. 1 Jan. 

J. Sinclair, R. Art 6 Jan. 

A. Lambton, Coldst Gds. 

18 Jan. 
L. W. Penn, CB. R. Art. 

20 Jan. 
V <tt P. Miller, do. 2 Feb. 
C. H. Owen, R. Art. 4 Feb. 
J.Sanderson, r.f.p.l P. 9 Feb. 
R.G.Coles, IF 9 Feb. 
P. W. L'Estrange, R. Art. 

13 Feb. 
R.T.Glyn,24F. 13 Feb. 
G. Maister, R. Art 86 Peb. 
R. Youns;, R. Eng. 1 Mar. 
J. Crofton, R. Eng. 1 Mar. 
J.S.Trevor, do. do. 
F.E. Appleyard, 86 P. 6 Mar. 

B. J. Ellerman, r.f.p. 98 F. 
6 Mar. 

R. H. Champion, h.p.R.Art 

8 Max. 

E. O. Warner, 20 Hussars 

9 Mar. 
Hon. Wm.Edwardes, Coldat 

Gds. 16 Mar. 

G.B.Me11ersh,R Art.25 Mar. 
T. B. Glbbard, do. do. 
A. Bunny, R. Art 5 Apr. 
H. W. Mawbey, R. Marine 

Artillery 10 Apr. 

W. Cooper, 70 F. 17 Apr. 
W. S. Mann, R. Art. 27 Apr. 

C. M. J. Thornton, R. Art. 
6 May 

J. Ainslie, 1 Drs. 8 May 

F. H. Rich, R. Eng. do. 
F. R. Cheaney, do. do. 
J. M'Donnell, h.p. Cape M 



18 May Blflai 



» 



M.y 



Lieutenant Colonels.— Major*. 



P.Bsmth.Gr.Gds, »May 
TO G. A. Benny, B, Art 

1 June 
J. B. Sladen, B. Art. 1 June 
O. E. O. Jackson, rXp. R. 
Utrlact 8 June 

H- Anton, 1W.I.R.8 June 
J.ElttoU,B.Mar. 1 July 
W. G. Andrewes, B. Art. 
6Jnly 

B. Maekeasie, B.Art6 Joly 
J. Stokes. B. Bug. July 
J. B. Turing, B. Art. 6 July 

C. Pasley, B. Eng. July 
J. F. B. Traeers, B. Art do. 
H. Wmy, B. Bog. do. 
O. Ladle, B. Art. 6 July 
B. L. V. Grerille, do. do. 
H. Bent, B. Art. do. 
T. A. I*. Murrey, B.Bng.do. 
W. L. Morrison, do. do. 
T. Ingtta, R.Bng. do. 

B. H. Martindale, do. do. 
0. 8- Hutchinson, do. do. 
A. Clnxkr,CB. R. Eng.6 July 
J. T. Moggridge, do. do. 
Horn. A. C. H. O. Pennant, 

Or. Ode. 6 July 

J. O. Jcrrois. R.Bng. 10 July 
A. MacKenite, CB. 78 P. 

18 July 
V. H. Bowles, 68 F. 88 July 
H. W. Parish, CB. 45 F. 

31 July 

C. M' Arthur, B. Mar. do. 
L»G.Fhilllps, Gr.Gda. 7 Aug. 
C. K. Pearson, 8 F. 14 Aug. 
W. C. Bancroft, 16F. do. 
W.F.B.Leurle,R.Artl5Aug. 
OS. Dundee, R«Art. 19 Aug. 
C-J.fi. Wallace,** F.8I Aug. 
G.J. Irey,4 W.I.B. 81 Aug. 

A. A. P. Browne, 109 F. do. 
J. C B. Be Butts, B. £ng. 

81 Aug. 

B. Dillon, b.p. 80 F. 8 8*pt 
J. P. Pigott, Unatt. Stuff 

Off. o f Pensioners 7 Sept. 

C. M. toung, B. Art 1 Oct. 
O. N. Chaiterton, r. f. p. 

late 8. O. of Pens. 1 Oct. 
J.A.Angelo.B. Ait 2 Oct. 
C. W Bruce,8Dr.Gdi .23 Oct. 
W. F. E. Seymour, Coldst 

Gds. 83 Oct. 

D.JJ.HswslI,B.Art.81 Oct. 
J. J. Johnstone. Gr. Gds. 

80 Nor. 

J.I. Maedonell, 71 F. 87 Nor. 

F. L. Alexander, B. M. Art. 

IDec 

T.T.BeUeau, r.f.p^O Hussars 

7 Dec. 
B.B-Boundell,h.p.28F < ' 

8 Dec. 

B. W. E. Walker. B. An. 

9 Dec. 
H.P. Bishop, B. Art. 15 Dec. 
Son. E. H. Legge, Coldst 

Guards 85 Dec. 

J.O. Bovffl, h.p. P. 80 Dec. 

F. B. GlanrlUe, B. Art. 

80 Dee. 

H. J. W. Jerris, B. Art. 

SO Dec. 
1888. 
1 January. 

e. F. Hammeraley, Unatt 

H. Walker, Rifle Br. 

W. Leckie, 39 P. 

R~B.F.Crawfurd, h.p.R.Art. 

T. Wlekham, h. p.83 F. 

T. B. 8peedy f Unatt. 8ec. 
and Adjutant, B. Blber* 
nian Military School 

H.T.FittHogh,B.Art 

F.J.8oedy,R.Art. 

J. Godby,R.Art 

R. Blchardson, 10 Hussars 

J. Sporway, B. Art 

C. A. B. Gordon, 00 F. 
B. B. Maulevarer, 88 F. 
F. B. Drewe, h.p. Depot Batt 

D. A. Oen. Ceylon 
C B. Sheielnton, Unatt. 
G.F. Dallas, UnaU. 
JSrsw.O. W.St Cl*lr, Hosier 

of SinoUdr,n. p.57F. 
B. A. T. Steward, 81 F. 
Fred. Miller, 68 F. 
R. Curtis, R. Aft. 
T. Gore, 88 F. 



t.F. 8. Yacher, 88 F. DM Q. 

M.Gen. 
W. P. Bennet, h.p. B. Art 
A. Brendon, R. Art 
J. de HarOland, B. Art 
E. G. Bredin, do. 
W. H. B. Simpson, R. Art. 
G. A. Milman, R. Art. 
C. B. Burt, do. 
H. Irvine, B. Art. 
S. M. Grylls, h.p. B. Art. 
W. L. Duroaresq, B. Art. 
G. S. Tilly, B. Eng . 

A. Cadell, B> Eng. 
R. D. Ker, R. Eng. 28 Jan. 
B.S. P. BurneU, Coldst. Gds. 

83 Jan. 
J. 8. Frith, B. Art. SO Jan. 
W.T.Brown.CB.B.Art.6 Feb 
J. Davis, 87 F. 15 Feb. 

J. 8. Gibb, B. Art 88 Feb. 
H. Herman, B. Art. 89 Feb. 
C. 0. Chesney, B. Eng.l Mar. 
J. Bleaymire, r.f.p. 104 F. 
8 Mar. 
G. E. Watson, r. f. p. B. 
(Bengal) Eng. 4 Mar. 

B. B. Macleod, 81 Hussars 
4 Mar. 

J.H.Bocke,18F. do. 
W.S.01iphant,B.Ene;. 5 Mar. 
W. Wilson, B. Art 6 Mar. 
T. 8. Brown, 55 F. 18 Mar. 
Hon. G. H. W. Windsor- 
Clive. ColdstGds. 14 Msr. 
E. Belfield, B. Eng. 17 Msr. 
R.Clarke, 7 Dr. Gds. 81 Mar. 
G.B.Jennings, 10 FJ27 Mar. 
D. W. Tench, h. p. 15 Hrs. 

8.0 u>f Pensioners 29Mar. 
H. F. Bytbesea, h. p. 12 F. 

School of Musketry 1 Apr. 
R. Anderson, 56 F. 9 Apr. 
H. C. FiUGerald, h.p.88 F. 

do. 
W.P. CoIlingwood,81 P. do. 
H. B. Scott 9 F. do. 
Alex. J J.Macdonald, Unatt. 

do. 
V€ H. C. Elphinstone, CB. 

B. Eng. Apr. 

P. D. Stokes, h. p. 4 F. Staff 

Officer of Pons. 19 Apr. 
176 T. de 6. Hamllton,64 P. 

81 Apr. 
C.T. V.Bunbury,88 F. 83 Apr. 
E. TasweU, B. Art. do. 
Hon. W. H. Herbert, 

h.p. 4 W.I. B. 25 Apr. 
H. P. Button, 80 F. 1 May 
W. J. Gray, B. Art 7 May 
B. Daunt Unatt 9 May 
E. Southey, B.Eng. 18 May 
8. M. Clarke, h. p. 29 F. 

20 May 
8. H. H. Edwards, h.p. 98 F. 

80 May 
G. Carleton, B. Art 9 June 
H. Kent, 77 F. 13 June 
R. Bateson, 1st Life Gds. 

13 June 
B.J.Buller,Gr.Gds.do. 
B. Atkinson, 35 F. 17 June 
D. J. Nasmytb, B. Eng. 

17 June 

H. W. Race, r. f. p. S. O. of 

Pensioners 1 July 

H. J. Buchanan, 9 F. 12 July 

H. D. Slade, 1 Dr. Gds. 

82 July 
Wo. Lacy, Unatt Staff 

Officer of Pens. 2 Aug. 

B. MaunseU, Dspot Batt. 
13 Aug. 

ire F. 8. Roberts, B. Art. 

15 Aug. 
A. S. Cooper, CB. 33F. do. 
E.W.Bray,4F. do. 

G. F.O.Bray,P6F. do. 
IT® H. N. D. Prendergast, 
B. Eng. 15 Aug. 

J. Miller, 8 Dr. Gds. do. 
V€ J. Hills, R. Art do. 
s. A. Gammell, 5 F. do. 
O. D. Pritchard, B. Eng. 

15 Aug. 
W. B. Saunders, B. Art 

22 Aug. 

C. P. Pemberton, Scots Fus. 
Gds. 88 Aug. 

G. B. Stoney, h.p. 20 F. 
Staff Off. of Pens. 85 Aug. 

«TM»n rt._ «. ft Am* OOlnir 



F. Palmer, 8.F. Gds. 28 Aug. 
B. H. Thursby, Coldst. Gds. 

8 Sept 
8. Lester, b.p. 94 F.16 8ept. 

B. P. Usher, r. f. p. B. Mar. 
30 Sept. 

J. L. Bolton, B. Art. do. 
Thomas Milles, 75 F. 14 Oct. 

C. P. Catty, 46 F. 19 Oct. 
J. S. Tulloh, CB. B. Art. 

20 Oct. 

G. H. J. A. Fraser, B. Art. 
26 Oct 

J.D.Mends, 8 W.l.B. 28 Oct. 
T. Horsn, r.f.p. 48 F. 28 Oct. 
B. F. Mlddlemore, Unatt. 

Staff Off. of Pens. 7 Nor. 
J. T. Campbell, R. Canadian 

Rifles 7 Not. 

Hon. G.Wrottesley.B. Eng. 

7 Not. 

#0».B.J.W.Forester,Unatt. 

10 Not. 

J.H JSdgar,b.p.69 F. 10 Not. 

D. 8. Greene, B. Art. do. 
W.F.Coa, r.f.p. B. Art. 

18 Not. 

8. M. Gildee, Unatt 88 Nor. 

H. M. Smyth, h. p. 44 F. 

8. O. of Pens. 23 Not. 

W.D.Harris, 104 F. 88 Nov. 

A. Leaby, B. Eng. 29 Nor. 

tr#rr.Esmonde,Unatt. 8Dec. 

Bon. O.W. Theslger, 6 Drs. 

2 Dec. 

F. T. Halg, B.Eng. 6 Dsc. 

H. J. King, h. p. 3 F. 10 Dec. 

V<& C. 0. Teesdale, CB. 

B. Art Equerry to H.R.H. 

the Prince of Wales 

14 Dec. 
E. W. Dance, B. Art 14 Dec. 
A. G. M. Moore, 4 Hussars 
28 Dec. 
87 Dec. 1868. 
B G. Dsaiell, h. p. 8 F. 
A. W. Gordon, 61 F. 

A. J. Macpherson, 84 F. 
W. E D. Deacon, h.p.54 F. 
T. C. Dunbar, 75 F. 
H. E. Ii.Burnside,h.p.6lF. 
W. D. Harris, 104 F. 
J. M. Bannatyne, b.p. 8 P. 
G. C. Synge, 58 P. 

B. Dawson, h. p. B. Staff 
Corps Recruiting Qfflosr 
at Omagh 

Richard Freer, 87 F. 
Edw. Brown, 101 P. 

C. K. Croese, 58 F. 

D. Kemp, h.p. 107 T.Adj. 1 
Jdm.Balt. MWothianMifl* 
Volunteers 

s. J. B. Turnhull,h.p. 1 Drs. 
J. H. Graham, 22 F.31 Dee. 

1869. 

A. J. Shuldbam, r.f.p. 108 F. 

1 Jan. 

Hon. W. E. 8. West, Gr. 

Gds. 2 Jan. 

B.H.MacGregor, 65 F.7 Jan. 

D. L. Colthurst,17 F.23 Jan. 

T. Peebles, 11 F. 25 Jan. 

c. G. Bagot,69F. 3 Feb. 

A. Nugent, 2 Drs. 3 Feb. 

N. Burnand, Coldst. Gds. 

17 Feb. 

H. O. Gould, Gr. Gds. do. 

C. Durie, Unatt 23 Feb. 

F. F. Hamilton, 4 P. 87 Feb. 
T. Anderson, 64 F. 8 Mar. 

G. B.Brown, B. Art. 17 Mar. 
G.Webb,r.f.p. B. Mar. do. 
T. Magin, r. f. p. do. do. 
J. J. Wilson, B. Eng. do. 
J. H. Smith, do. do. 

18 Mar. 1869. 

Bobert Mockler, 64 F. 

Winter Goode, h.p. 64 F. 

Henry Francis, 64 F. 

A. P. Bowlby, 64 P. 

G R. Hopkins, 58 P. 

0. B. Mansfield, Unatt. Con- 
sul General at Warsaw, 
with local rank of Lieut. 
Colonel in Poland 

G. N. Fendall, 58 F. 

J. Edmonstoune, 88 F. 

G. H. Oolomb, B. Art 
10 Mar. 

J. M'Court, MiLTr.SlMar. 

H. W. GulliTer, B.Eng. do. 

M -R. Thorn. 80 F. 84 Mar. 



11 

28 March 1869. * 
Bdm. Palmer, b. p. B. Art 
s.F.D.Mlddleton, h.p. 20 P. 
E. A. Hardy, 21 Hussars 
K. B. MatUand, 79 F. 
W. H. Kerr, Dep. Batt. 
C. B. Johns, Military Train 
H.P. Vance, 88 P. 
0. P. Young, B. Art. 
H. Foster, 95 F. 
0. Darby, 86 P. 
A. J. Nlzon, Rifle Br. 
Son. C. J. Addlngton, h. p. 

88F. 
H. H. Stevenson, Unatt 
J. H. Wade, h.p. 68 F. 
s. B. C. Stewart h. p. 2 P. 

D. A. Adj. O en. 
W.D.B.Dicklns, 81 F. 
H. R. L, Newdigate, Rifle 

Br. 
H. L. Talbot, B. Art. 
Bon. L. W. Milles, h. p. 

Rifle Br., Recruiting 

Officer at Ipswich. 
Wm.Tedlie,60F. 
s. W.H. Goodenough,B.Art. 
G. Clerk, Rifle Br. 
W. M. 8. Bolton, 106 P. 
0. P. Lane, 81 Hussars 
Bon. I. de V. E. T. W. 

Fiennes, 9 Lancers 
P. A. Brown, Military Train 
B. Morton, B. Art. 81 Mar. 
W. H. ParneU, Gr. Gds. 

17 Apr. 
P. V. Marett, B. Art. 1 May 
P. Hardy, 84 F. 5 May 
F.B.Trltton,h.p. Depot Batt 

12 May 
A. S.Moberly, B. Reg. 

18 May 
T. Wlrgman, h. p. 6 Drs. 

29 May 
J.F. Hlckie,h.p. 7F. do. 
Bon. B. M. Ward, 82 P. 
18 June 
14 June 1868. 
T. J. Maclachlan,B. Art. 

F. R. MaunseU, R. Eng. 
L. P. C. Thomas, R. Art. 
R. H. Sankey, R. Eng. 
J. P. Tennant B. Eng. 
J. G. Medley, B. Eng. 
TTO J. J. M. Innea, B. Eng, 

G. T. Chesney, do. 
W. E. Warrand, do. 
H. A. Brownlow, do. 
J.8t.JohnHoTenden,B.Eng. 



MAJORS. 

1819. 12 Aug. 
9 Tho. Wilson, h. p. 60 F. 

1828. 5 Feb. 
■301 S<rTrerorWheler,2»f. 
Unatt. 

1880. 88 Joly. 
9 Moyle Sherer, Unatt 
fi W. H. Hartman, do. 

1837. 10 Jan. 
Charles Boyd, Unatt. 

1888. 28 June. 
Geo. Montagu, Unatt. 

1840. 10 Not. 
J. B.Oastieau, h. p. B. Mar. 

1841. 88 Not. 
Wm. Elliott, Unatt. 
flffl W.Montagu, h.p.R.Art. 

1846. 
G. M. Tew, Unatt 10 April 

11 Nov. 1851. 
•M. de M. Alessi, ret. full 
pay, Malta Fenc. 

1854. 20 June. 

John K. Mackenzie, Unatt. 
1804. 88 Mot. 

9A.FulIarton, ret. f. p. 6 
R. Yet Bu. 

T. Hurdle, do B. Mar* 

9 J. L. Hulme, do B. Eng. 

fT. R. Agnew, do«R.V.B. 

I. Stocker, ret. f.p. R. Eng. 

W. 8. Knapman, r.f.p.R.M. 

aa W.Lemoine,r.f.p.R.Art 

B C. Manners, do do 

A.A.W.Schalch,do do 

A- DowdaU, ret f. p. 54 P. 
Military Knight of Wind- 
sor 

B.Fry, retf.p.68;F. 

Thos.WatersAretf.p.BJlar. 



12 

P. Bason, rat t p. 61 F. 
9 B. Morgan, do R.Art. 
Lt.CoL Glamorgan Art. 
D. Galloway, ret. f.p.R.Mar, 
W. Davis, rat. f. p.R. Mar. 
C. Macfcensie, do B. Eng. 
L. B. Walah, do R. Art. 
O. C. D. Lewis, do B. Eng. 
F. Kolcombe, do B. Art. 
A.YonBeverhoorft, do. 58 P. 
W. J. Stokes, do R. Art. 
J. Dyson, do B. Art. 

B. W. Pascoe, do R. Mar. 
W. Y. Penwick, do R. Art. 

B. 8. Ridge, do 86 P. 
F. W.Pettlngal, do R.Eng. 
T. Park, r. f. p.R. Mar. 
H. Nlcholle.ret f. p. 04 F. 
J. Blaekall, do SO F. 
V. Beadon, ret. f. p. B. Mar. 
J. 8. Farrell, do R.Art 

C. Oldershaw, do R. Eng. 
H. Mounsteven, do 48 F. 

A. Cosset, do B. Art. 
R. Luard, do R.Art 
J. Gore, rat. f. p. R. Art. 
J. Edleston, do R. Mar. 

B. M. Poulden, do R. Art. 
P. 8. Campbell, do R. Art. 

C. Barnes, do R. Mar. 
P. M. M'Kellar, do R. Mar. 
W. Knowles, do 50 F. 
H. 8. Tireman, do R. Art. 
R. R. Fisher, do R.Art 

Lieut. Col. Commandant 

Donegal Artillery 
J. M*Caskill, ret f.p. 07 F. 
W. B. Young, r.f.p. R. Art 
R. Myllus, r. f. p. Ceyl. B. 

C. Cheetham, do R.Art. 
A.F. W.Papillon,r.f.p . R. Art. 
John MUler, do R. Mar. 
W. Fulford, r. f. p. R. Art. 
C.R. Wynne, retf. p. R. Art. 

Lieut. Col. Commandant 

Fife Artillery 
K.Murcbison.ret f.p. 80 P. 
P. Bolton, do 77 F. 

W.Macdonald, do 08 P. 
O. 8. Miller, do R. Eng. 
P. Onflow, ret. f.p. R. Mar. 

D. Dunn, do 00 F. 

1 Dee. 1854. 

L. B. Wood , ret. f. p. 54 F. 

J, Oldright, ret. f. p. 81 F. 

C, Du porter, retf. p. 80 F. 

H. Mackay, ret f. p. 70 F. 

Bon, W. 0. Yelverton, h.p. 

R.Art 18 Dec. 

1865. 

H.Webb, reuf.p. 88F. 18 July 

Hugh Kennedy, ret. f. p. R. 

Mar. 4 8ept. 

F. A. Halliday, ret. f. p. B. 

Mar. 37 Sept. 

Wm.S. Philips, ret. f.p. 08 F. 

8 Nor. 

M. W. Dennle. ret. f. p. 88 F. 

Barrack Master at Pres- 

ton 80 Mot. 

1858. 

fidir. P. H. Usaher, ret. f. p. 

B. Mar. 80 Mar. 

SJames Henley, ret t. p. 

05 F. 84 June 

O. Nicholas, ret f. p. 6 F. 

Gentlm. at Arms 84 Oct. 

J. T. Aslett, ret f. p. B. Mar. 

11 Dee. 

1857. 

W. L. Bayer, ret. f. p. B. 

Mar. 8 Feb. 

T. B. Pleydell, ret f.p. R. 

Marinas 10 Jane 

R. Barrett rat f. p. Depot 

Bait. 88 Aug. 

1858. 

Wm. Lee, reuf.p. 6 F. 8 July 

T. V. Cooke, b. p. B. Mar. 

158ept. 

0. J. BUls, B. Mar. do. 

Sir J. C. GoweU, KCB. B, 

Eng. 28 Sept 

J. Waddell-Boyd, h. p. 14 F. 

Staff (Jiff, of Pen*. JO Oct 

20 Oct. 1858. 

C. W. M. Payne, Unatt 

D. St. V. Hamilton, Unatt 
Staff Off. of Pensioners 

W. Pllswortfa, Unatt do. 
C.B.8. Gleig, h.p. 14F. 
James M. Brown, 08 F. 



Majoru 



H. A. Weiman, Dep. Bait 
T. A. tUyrUn%,Sterf Captain 
and Assistant Command- 
ant of General Hotpital 
at Netley 
G. F. Moore, Unatt. Staff 
Off. of Pensioners 

B. D. w. Ramsay, Unatt, 
Town Major, Devonport 

H. M. Sail, h. p. 88 F. 
R. B. Hearing, Depot Batt. 
G. L.Carmlchael,05F.15Nor . 
G. Bhodes, Unatt 10 Nor. 

C. J.0.8wameld,a.p.Depot 
Batt. 7 Dee. 

Cecil Bice, 78 P. do. 

O.S.Lemarchand,B.Art do. 
B.P.Malcolm,b.p. R.( Bom- 
bay) Bng. 7 Dec. 

D. H. Macklnnon, Unatt. 
S.O.ofPene. IS Dec. 

B.M.Buller.BifleBr. 17Dec. 

1850. 

G. Band, r. f. p. Invalid Dep. 

11 Jan. 

W. B. T. Rider, r. f. p. R. 

Mar. 18 Mar. 

F. Obapiin,4 Dr.Gds.l Apr. 
J. B. Sharp, h. p. IF. S.O. 

of Pensioners 8 Apr. 

T. Teuton, h. p. 85 F. 8 Apr. 

F. G. Smith, h p. 7 Dr.Gds. 

10 Apr, 

80 April 1850. 

e. S. P. Janrli, b.p. 88 F. 

Assist JLdj.Gen.qfMilitia 

in Canada 
W. B. Farmer, 75 F. Copt, of 

a Camp, of Gent. Cadets, 

E. M. College. 
Geo. M. Miller. 70 F. 
F. B. Cox, B. Eng. 
J. M'C. Campbell, R. Art. 

B. C. D. Badcliffe, 88 F. 
Meivlile Browue, 18 F. 

J. H. Wyatt, CB. Mil. Tr. 
A. C. Johnson, B. Art. 
T.JH. Stisted, 7 Hussars 
J.A.Dal tell, 58 P. 
J. T.N. O'Brien, h. p. 80 F. 

F. M. Alison, Unatt 

G. G. Peart* , R. Art. 
Walli* Do well, do. 

0. W. Grange, h.p. Canadian 
Rides 1 May 

W. Ross Kiitg, Unatt. May 

D. Jones, Unatt. Assist. 
Insp. oj Volunteers, with 
Hon. and local rank of 
Lt.Col. 10 May 

H. E. Delacombe, r. f. p. R. 
Mar. 18 May 

Ve Hon. A. H. A. Anson, 
Unatt. 88 May 

T. Bourke, h.p. 87 F. 8. O. 
of Pensioners J 8 June 

Hon. J. C Dormer, Unatt 

14 June 
A.A.D3Uglas,B.M.A. 17June 
W.H.Orme,b.p.85 F. 1 July 
V€ H. E. Jerome, 10 F. do. 
F. W.Lambton.71 F. 10 July 
J. Boyd, r.f.p. 86 P. 16 Aug. 
Arthur Scott, h.p. 5 P. do. 
8. W. H.Hawker, 81 F. 

85 Sept 

C. R. Piatt h.p. 6 F. 18 Oct. 
H. C. Smith, 80 F. 18 Oct. 
T. 8. P. Field, h.p. R. Art. 

4 Not. 

W. J. PengeUey, r. f. p. R. 
Marines 80 Not. 

1TOJ.P.H. Crowe, 10 F. 
80 Dec. 
1800. 

R.H. Price,h.p.85F. 11 Jan. 

P. G. Pym, B. Mar.84 Jan. 

A.Tisdsll, 85 F. 8 Feb. 

C. A. 8. Dickins,88 P. 8 Feb. 

John Roe, 1 IF. 21 Feb. 

F.W.Oostllng, 40 F. do. 

W. G. R. Masters, h. p. R. 
Marines, Barrack Master 
Chatham Division SOM ar. 

Treror Goff, Unatt. 18 May 

c.J.H.Klrby, 68 F. 1 June 

C. B. Cumberland, R. Bug 

15 June 
J.B.Ed wards, R.Eng.l5J una 
C. B. Astell, fa. p. 45 V.8.O. 

of Pens. 10 June 



J.BaUlie, Unatt do. 88 June 

E. L. Pym, R. Mar. 88 June 
W. Peddle, r. f. p. 8. O. of 

Pone. 17 July 

A. H. Bogle, R. Art. 84 July 
W. T. Betts, 88 P. 81 July 
V« Wm. M'Bean, OS F. 

10 Aug. 

c. 8. Darling, F. 81 Aug. 

T. W. Prevost, h, p. 48 F. 
8. O. of Pens. 80 Sept 

H. G. Deedes, 60 P. 85 Sept 

G.D. D. Cleveland, 08 F. 
88 Oct. 

s.O.D.C.BMk, h.p. 60 F. do. 

0. D. Rich, b. p. Lancers, 
Adj. Cheshire Yeomanry 
Cavalry do. 

F. B. S. Flood, 83 F. Mili- 
tary Secretary to the 
Commander in Chief, 
East Indus 88 Oct. 

T. E. Blomfleld, 86 P. 6 Nor. 
W. B. Battlscombe, 81 F. 
18 Not. 

B. P. Holmes, 88 F. 80 Nor. 
s. V*& A. 8. Jones, 18 F., 

AdjutantStqffCollege&Q. 
E.8. Mercer, 85 P. 18 Dec. 
Charles Steel, Unait. 18 Dec. 

E. J. Dickson, Staff Capt. 
Jsteo/Man 87 Dec. 

1861. 

J. G. Rogers, r. f. p., 8. O. 

of Pens. 1 Jan. 

G. W. Stackpoole, Unatt. 

4 Jan. 
W. J. Stuart, R. Eng. 4 Jan. 
R. H. Robinson, Unatt. 

15 Jan. 
L.Hook,Gey1onBlfles 18Jaa. 
A.L.Anneslcy,U Dm. J 8 Jan. 

16 Feb. 1861. 
D. 8. Miller, 67 F. 
R. J. Hay, R. Art. 
P. Bedingfeid, do. 
CM. Goran, do. 

F. H. Swinfen. 6 Dr Gds. 
B. W. Brooke, 60 F. 
F.W.Gregory, 44 F. 

B. C. Whitehead, 58 F. 
W. R. Gray, Mil. Tr. 
J. B. Prynne, B. Mar. 

F. B. C. Grant, h. p. 5 Lrs. 
H. P. Brooke, 04 P. 

J. H. M. S. Stewart,B.Bng. 
H. J. F. B. Hlckes, B. Art. 
f . W. W. Lynch, 8 F. 6 Mar. 
J.V.O'Donnel),37 P. 10 Mar. 

C. H. T. B. de Buvignes, 
Unatt. o Apr. 

G. Longley, b.p. R.Eng. 

April 
H.T.Arbuthnot,R.Art. do. 
W.Stirling, R Art. OApr. 
L. J. F. Jones, Depot Batt. 

16 Apr. 
J.T. Creator, Unatt. 88 Apr. 

F. MacBcan, 08 F. 1 May 
H.B.Roberts, R.M. A. 10 May 
W.S. Bold, r.f.p. R.Newf. 

Comp. 17 May 

G. Corry. r. f. p. 8 F. do. 
R. H.Rocke,8P. 84 May 
c. H.Brett, h.p. 18 Hrs. Bri- 
gade Major of Cavalry 

84 May 
W. J. Keropson, h. p. 00 P. 

Adj. 5 Adm. Batt. Kent. 

Rifle Tohtnteers OJune 
W. Burden,r.f.p.0F. 11 June 
H.G.Deleiosse,101F.22 June 
B. B. Ingram, h. p. 100 P. 

85 June 
J. D. Baring, 107 F.28 July 
B. P. Alexander, Rifle Br. 

88 July 

0. A. Daniell, Unatt. Town 

Major, Cape Town do. 

R.H.Wood, h.p.67 F.6 Aug. 

F. D. Maclean, 18 Hussars 

16 Aug. 
T.W.Cator,h.p.76P. 88 Aug. 
V« G. D. Dowcll, h. p. R. 

Mar. Art. Adjutant, Had. 
dington, dr. Art. Militia 

17 Sept. 
e. G. D. Barker, 64 F. do. 

G. F. Berry, 1 F. 80 Sept 
J. Bonham, R. Art. 8 Oct 
W.B.Williamson,48F.80Oct 
G.Gaynor, h.p.104 F.8 Nor. 



C. Armstrong, h p. 85 f • 

10 Not. 

H. 0. Faulkner, Unatt S. O. 

of Pans. 11 Nor. 

A.M. Knight, h.p. 12 P. S.O. 

of Pens. 15 Not. 

M.F.Steele, r. f. p. 8. 0. of 

Pens. 18 Dec. 

H. L. Cafe, 04 F. 80 Dec. 
J. E. Swlndley, Cevalry 

Depot 31 Dec. 

1868. 
R. H. Travers, 84 F. 7 Jan. 
W.B.GoasetB. Bng. 14 Jan. 
G.O.Bowdler,40 F.88 Jan. 
H. Strovei, B. Art. 2d Jan. 
F. Mould. R. Eng. *8Jan. 
W. J. Dorehill, h. p. 43 F. 

8. 0. of Pens. 8 Feb. 
C. Jolliffe, R.Mar.A. 4 Feb. 
H.L.Evans. R.Mar. 85 Feb. 
Duncan Stewart 98 F. I el ar. 

F. S. Kempt, 108 F. 6 Apr. 
P.W.Fesilng,B.M.A.S*Apr. 
John Jago, 74 F. 11 May 
H. G.C. Burningbam,58 F. 

87 May 
R. C. Dudgeon, 18 F.8 June 
C. W.Burton,R.Mar. 10 J una 
C. C. Hook, h.p. 80 Hussars 
2 July 
A. U. Wombwell, 18 Lancers 

16 July 
H.J. Jepson, 108 F. SOJuly 
s.U«H. B. Wood, 17 P. 

lOAujr. 
Wm. Miller, r. f. p. Cavalry 
Depdt 8 Sept 

J.T. W. Andrews, Unatt. 

88 Sept. 
T. L. Bell, 6 F. 1 Oct. 

E. W.Blackeu, Depot Batt. 

81 Oct 

L. Sidebottom-Yenner, 
Unatt. 81 Oct. 

c W. G. Margesson, 80 F. 
6 Nor. 

A. A. Dick, h.p. 18 F. 7 Nov. 

D.Boblnson,h.p.78 F.ONor. 

H. Crofton, h.p. 67 F. do. 

R. S. Cole, h.p. Army Hos- 
pital Corps, Recruiting 
Officer at Reading 18 Nov. 

*G. Virtu, r. f. p. B. Malta 
Fenc. Art. 8 Dec. 

H.De R.Plaott,10 P. 18 Dc«. 

P. Wilhington, Cavalry 
Depot 80 Dec. 

J. Y. Holland, R. Mar. do. 
1868. 

A. H. Cass, h.p. 10 Hussars 

16 Jan. 
W. G. D. Msssyi6 Lancets, 

A. Adj. Gen. in Bengal 
83 Jan. 

B. Le Pelley, 5 F. 88 Jan. 
C.F.Roberts, R.Art. 88 Jan. 

C. 8. Baker, h.p. 60F.80 Jan. 

G. Y. Watson, 66 F. 6 Feb. 
H. WUkle,88F. 80 Feb. 
3. Sharpe, r. f. p. 80 F. do. 
D.MacFarlan, R.Art. 21 Feb. 
s. G.P. Colley , 8 F. Brigade 

Major, Devonpori 6 Mar. 
Fred. Connor, 8 F. Mar. 
R. B. Chichester, 81 F. 

17 Mar. 
A.W. Ord,80F. 87 March 
A. Butter, 15 F. 87 Mar. 
H. Cook, 100 F. 7 Apr. 
W. H. Earle, h.p. 17 F. 

14 Apr. 
H. 0. Craigle, 10 Hussars 

83 Apr. 
s.F.W.Jebb,67F.18May 
A. T. Webh, 100 F. 88 May 

F. H. Cbancellor,h.pJl.Art 

80 May 
J. W. H. C. G. Morris. R. 
M.Art 20 May 

H. Alexander, 1 Dr. Gds. 

18 June 
R. A. Loudon, h. p. 6 W. I. 

Begt. 83 June 

F. B. Grlttoa, r.f.p. R-Mar. 

83 June 
a.CLtmbertlOl F. 11 July 
F. B. Drew, 8 F. 87 July 
G.Bent 86 F. 88 July 

8. A. Madden, 01 F. 11 Aug. 
H. D'A. P. Burnell, 16 

88 Sept 



Majors* 



J.H.Boller.Mll.Tmin 9 Oct. 
H.O.Puter.SSF. 10 Oct 
B.H M . Owm, r. f. p. 105 P. 

31 Oct. 
B. B. T. Williams, 108 F. 

3 Nor. 
F. Brine, R. Bug. 9 Nov. 

A. Wolrige, H. If er. do. 

B. M. Dmm, 19 F. 84 Not. 
W. H. Hawley, 14 F. 8 Dee. 
T. Suck, r. f. p. 67 F.18 Dec. 
H.H. Goold,r. t p. R.Mar. 

94 Dec. 
1864. 
F.T. Lyster,2l P. 8 Jan. 

C. B.Grogan. UF.U Jan. 
J. Jones, r.L p. 3 W.I.R. 

19 Jan. 
*.J.C.Welr,2F. 19 Jan. 
B. W. Hlnaman, 60 F. do 
V€ H. S.Cochrane,7F. do 
T.A-Pa*ley Dirom,R.Art. do. 
J. B. Lind, h.p. 81 F. do 
Hon. B.G. Curson, 02 P. 

96 Feb. 
C.D.Pedder ( h.p.39F.l Mar. 
John Inmaa, 18 F. 1 Mar. 
A. Strange, 14 F. 1 Mar. 

A. Baltmarshe, 70 F. do 
JTeikFXeP.Trench, 40 F.do 
W.A. J. 8hortt,57F. do 
H. R. Russell, 07 F. do 
L.W. Fisher, 4UF. do 

E. T. Brooke, B, Eng. do 
Joeeph Bonus do do 

.C.W.Lothbrldge,l06F.8Mar 
P. H. Seratchley, R. Ens, 

10 Mar. 
S. A. Cleeve, h. p. IS F. 

22 Mar. 
f/oavS. Mostyn,23F.29 Mar. 
W. Moeie,98F. 4 April 
J. Penton.91 F. April 
W.L.D.Meares,20F. 

19 Apr. 
H. C. 8. Dwyer, R. Art. 

10 Apr. 
W. F. A. Caiman, 8 P. 

19 Apr. 

W. R.PitsGerald, r. f. p. R. 

(Bengal) Art. I May 

B. J. Hughes, Dep. Batt. 

10 May 
c. Geo. Begot. 69 F.17 May 
B.B. Henry, b.p.96 P.90 May 
L. H. L. Irby, 74 P. 8 June 
O. E. Heme, 108 P. 14 June 
Geo. Cardan, F. 14 Jane 

C. Barlow, 10 F. do. 
G.H. Waller, 7 F. 21 Jane 
Sir Wilfoid Brett, KCMG 

Unatt. 28 June 

O. Bushman, r.f.p. MiUtary 

Train July 

A. Green, Rifle Br. 19 July 
J. O. Wemyss, 8 P. 19 July 
Hon. W. H. Canon, 17 

Lancers 19 July 

J. Panning, r.f.p. 1 W. 1. 

Regt. 20Jnly 

T. Tracks, 22 F. do 

A. Maclean, b.p. Gold CoaU 

Art. Corps, 8. O. of Pont. 
28 July 
T. J. Francis, Unatt. Aug. 
P.B.De Bode, R.Art OAug. 
T. H. Bait, R. Art. do 
T. B. Hugbet, do. do 

F. B. Butt, do. do 
H. W. Palmer, 90 F. 8 Aug. 
C. C. Grant, b.p. 1 6 P. 9 Aug. 
J. O. Chichester, 16 F. 

16 Aug. 
R. J. F.Hlckey,rXp. 101 P. 

88 Aug. 
C. Tan K. Pole, Cape M.R 

9 Sent. 
J. de Montmorency. 50 F. 

11 8ept. 
F. H. Xeott, r. f. p. R. Mar. 

13 Sept. 
m. Win. PalHter, CB. Umtt. 
4 Oct. 
•O. Scsmo, r. 1 p. B, Malta 
Pene. Art 11 Oct. 

R. Harrlaoo, R. Eng. do. 
H.H.B-Cbamler, R.Art. do. 
J. J. Hockley, r.f.p. 104 F. 

10 Oct. 
C. FUsGcraM, 49 F. 18 Oct. 
T.8,B4gge,0F. 18 Oct. 



A. H. Coney, 67 F. 28 Oct. 
G.MJ.L.Gwynnc,62F.4 Nov. 
E.Woolhoose,r. f. p. R.Mil. 

College 4 Nor. 

N. W. de Courcy, R. Mar. 
18 Not. 
G. E. Francis. 20 F.22 Nov. 
G.Thompsoo, 86 F. 26 Nov. 
R. 8. Williams, 93 F. 29 Nov. 
F. B. Chapman, 14 Hus. do. 
C.M.B.3iree, h.p. 3 F. 9 Dec. 
M. E. Smith, Unatt. 8. 0. of 

Pensioners 27 Dec. 

J. R. Lorett, 48 F. 29 Dec. 

1866. 

F. E.Budd.r.tp. R. Mar. 

6 Jan. 

E. F. Tranchell, Ceylon 
Rifles 19 Jan. 

A.J.FitsGerald.flOF. 24Jso. 

B. C. Russell, 18 Hrs. do. 
O. T. Borne, 20 F. do. 

A. W.Cameron, 92 F. 6 Feb. 
J. D. Rcec«, 9 W. 1. R. 

9 Feb. 
J. P. Stuart, Unatt S. O. of 
Pensioners 10 Feb. 

J. Paget, 8 Hus. 21 Feb. 
J. R Kirk, 89 F. 91 Feb. 
J.3.Mensles,h.pJ4F.9 Mar. 
R. BlackalL 7 F. 11 Mar. 
J. Thompson, 2 F. 14 Mar. 
W. J. Brook, 80 F. 21 Mar. 
H. W. J. Trent, 68 F. do. 
TOP. A. Smith, 43 F. do. 
J. Thompson, 00 P. do. 
e. T. D. Baker, 18 F. do. 

C. R. Johnson, 00 F. do. 

D. Hastings, OF. 23 Mar. 
H. T. Richmond, Unatt. 

8.0, of Pen*. 2 Apr. 
W. R. Wallace, h. p. late of 

Depot Batt. 16 Apr. 

T.B.Fanshawe,33F. 18 Apr. 
Wm. Allan, 41 F. do. 

W. A. Bailie, h. p. late of 

62 F. 25 Apr. 

«. J.Aylouo, h.p.lste of 86 P. 

26 Apr. 

8. Hackett, 80 P. 2 J une 

C. G. C. Norton, h. p. 93 P. 

2 June 

S.M'Donough,rXp.8W.I.R. 

9 June 

8. B. Little, r.f.p. R. Mar. 

20 June 

L. Macpherson, h. p. 30 F. 

20 June 
J. M. Clayhllls, 7 P. 20 June 

G. F. Walker, 22 F. 23 June 
J. Paton, 4 F. 30 June 
s. C. Acton, 01 P. 30 June 
JS. Perkins, R. Eng. do. 

D. Macpherson, 42 P. July 

B. L. Furrier, R.Art. 12 July 

C. R. B. Caleott, 28 P.20 J itly 
P.J.S.Lindesay, 3 Dr. Gds. 

31 July 
J. H. Campbell, 71 P. 9 Aug. 
J. Bourchier, 81 P. 17 Aug. 
G. L. W. D. Fiamstead, h.p. 
Depot Batt. 28 Aug 
J. Woods, 81 P. 28 Aug. 
C.J. Skerry, 81 P. SI Aug. 
R. B. Baker, 89 F. 20 Sept. 
0. Perrin, 66 P. 10 Oct. 
W. H. D. R. Welman,99 P. 

26 Nov. 
B.Talintlne,109F. 27 Nov. 
P. R. Slack, 37 F. 26 Dec. 
John Geddes, 44 P. 29 Dec. 
De Vic Tupper, h. p. 8 P. 

80 Dec. 
1866. 

F. N.Dore,h.p.97F.5.0. 
of Pons. 14 Jan. 

T. WitcheU,Mll.Traln 6Feb. 
J. Glency, 14 P. 6 Feb. 
J. A. R.Todd, 26 F.18 Feb. 
» B. H. Edwards, r.f.p. 68 F. 
20 Feb. 
W.H.H.Warner,39P. 3 Mai . 
W.Little, Depot Batt. 3 Mar 
J. Breton, Unatt. Town 
Major, Portsmouth 10 Mar. 
J. Hallowes, 87 P. 28 Mar 
A. Darlcs, 74 P. 31 Mar. 
J. Jerome, 86 P. 1 Apr. 
J. 8. Manly, h.p. 27 F. do 
R. II. Harvest, h p. 97 P. do 



R. Douglas, 13 P. 1 Apr. 
J. Leyne, b.p. 59 F. I Apr. 
G. W.Muriel, h.p. 75 F. do 
J. W. Preston, h.p. 28 F.do 
H. R. Cowell, Depot Batt. do 
C. 8. Dowson, 8 F. 1 Apr. 
J.Dalgleish,h.p.71F. do 
J. Dawson, h.p. 6 F. do 
J. W. Bostock, 16 P. 17 Apr. 
R. B. Montgomery, 13 F. 

17Apr. 
G. Wolfe, h. p. 2 P. 5. O. oj 
Pensioners 24 Apr. 

P. A. Moase, 6 P. 26 Apr. 
G. Clay, h. p. 19 P. 1 May 
A.M.Fawcett,2Dr.Gds. do 
B. D. Smith, h. p. 95 P. do 

B. H. Heathcote.Depot Batt. 

IMay 
G. L. Hobos, 46 P. 1 May 
J. T. Ussher, Unatt. 8. O. of 
Pensioners 6 May 

J R. Hume, 00 P. 8 May 
J.G. Clarke, h. p. 46 F 12 May 
T. Rowland. P. 15 May 
F H. Pender, 20 P. do 
H. P. W. Ely, 99 F. do 
V«J W.fl.Treror, R. Eng. 

15 May 
R. R. Meade, h. p. 8 P. 

15 June 
W.B. Browne, 81 P. 17 Jnne 

C. J. Patterson,35F. 86 June 
J. Wilkinson, 15 F. 26 June 
B.F.Chadwick, 69 F. 

26 June 
G. W. Savage, 37 P. 26 June 
P.B. Lncas,I0F. 10 July 
• J. Spence, r. f. p. 41 P. 

10 July 
E. Harnett, 11 Hussars 

80 July 

B. N. Gamier, 53 P. 20 July 

A. Wybergh, 63 P. 27 July 

E. T. Shiffner, 54 P. do 
T. G.Vereker, h.p.l2F.3Aug 
G. Rowland, 1 F. do 
A.L-Nicbolson, 1 07 F. 7 Aug. 

C. R. Richardson, 76 P. 

14 Aug. 
R.H.Virlan,14F. 21 Aug. 
H. Pears, 25 P. do 

B. Leach, 50 F do 

C. J. Barnard, h.p. 4 W.T.R. 

14 Sept 
R. D.Barrett, 19 P. 28 Sept. 
G. W. Puget, 34 P. 9 Oct. 
O. B. PeUden, 78 P. 2 Oct. 

F. P. Hopkins, 16 P. 16 Oct. 
P. C. D*£. Barclay, 24 P. 

29 Oct. 
J. G. Maycoek, 14 F. 30 Oct. 
J.V.W.H. Webb, 8 P. 2 Nor. 
C. P. Hnnter, 72 P. 9 Nor. 
J. Williams, IIP. do 
R. P. Blshopp, 18 P. 9 Nov. 
P. Reeve, 73 F. 16 Nor. 

G. H. Pocklington, 18 P. 

4 Dec. 
W.T.Goldsworthy, h.p. 91P. 

11 Dec. 

1867. 

C. R. H. Cotes, r.f.p. R. 

(Bombay) Art. 1 Jan. 

W.H.P.G.Bluett,10P.22Jan. 

John 8prot, h.p. 83 P.22 Jan. 

T. B. Hutton. 100 P. I Feb. 

E. T. St. L. MccGwtre, 1 P. 

9 Feb. 

P. E. Murphy, 27 P. 13 Feb. 

W. P. GaskeU, h.p. 24 P. 

13 Feb. 

G. 8. Coxon, Depot Batt. 

15 Feb. 
s J.P.BatUrsby.rtO P. Assist. 

At}. Qen. in Madras 

26 Feb. 

A. BaJnbrlgge, 13 F. 9 Mar. 

C. M. Cotton, 20 Hussars 

9 Mar. 

T. E. Swettenham, 81 F. 

23 Mar 

T.Hanrahan, r.f.p. R.Cana- 
dian Rifles 80 Mar. 

W.H. Ralston, 70 F.17 Apr. 

C. P. Teesdale, 1 1 F. 20 Apr. 

J. W. Hughes, 64 F. do. 

F.Bonham,h.p.71P.l May 

A. Walker, r.f.p. 21 F.do 

W. J. Coney, 1 Drs. 8 May 



13 

B. T. Gilpin, 02 F. T 89 May 
H. B. Peilden, 6 P. 8 June 
T.C.Hinds, 40 P. 8 June 
J.M'Auley, 1 W.I. R. 8 June 
W.H.SLHU1, h.p. 60 P. do. 
L. 8. Cotton, h. p. 63 F. 

12 June 
Roger KQleen, r.f.p. 21 P. 

22 June 
P. Smytho, r. f. p. S. O.of 

Pensioners 1 July 

J. M'Kay, 12F. 1 July 

P. B.Bulkeley 65 P. 6 July 
J. W. Helyar, 16 P. do. 
F. Haviland, r.f.p. 2 W.I.R. 
7 July 
*.M.Petrie,97fF. 13 July 
A. E. Warren, 78 P. do. 
F. Garforth, 7 Hussars do. 
J. Fife, 10 Hussars 13 July 
J. Briggs. 96 F. 20 July 
W.W. W.Johnston, 1 West 

India Regt. 20 July 

W. FltiRoy, 47 P. 28 July 

C. L. Griffin, 46 F. 31 July 
R. B. Gardner, R. Marine 

Art. 4 Aug. 

0. P. Long, 18 F. 7 Aug. 
Lord J. H. Taylour, 94 F. 
7 Aug. 
W. A. King, 17 P. 7 Aug. 
VttW.J. M. Cunlnghame, 

h p. Rifle Br. 14 Aug. 
S.G.C.Hogge,16F.14Aug. 
T. A. Cox, 8 F. 14 Aug. 

C. Barton. 18 Hussars do. 
T. W. Sheppard, 87 F. 

21 Aug. 

A. Schmld, 109 F. 21 Aug. 
J.E.D HIU,h.p.3 W.I.R. do. 
P. L.Ed ridge, 20 P. 3 Sept. 
R. K. WilUon, r.f.p. R.Mar. 

14 Sept. 
E. Meurant, 83 P. do. 

E. K. Jones, 14 F. 26 Sept. 

F. O., Lord Howard da 
Walden, 4 Hussars 6 Oct. 

C. P. Gregorie, h p. Depot 

Batt. 8 Oct. 

W.T.Betty, 6 Dr.Gds.«3 Oct. 

C. B. PhiUlpps, 6 P. 27 Nov. 

B. Alexander, 20 Hue. 7 Dec. 
F. Morley, 8 P. 7 Dec. 
A. M . Calvert, R. Art. 8 Dec. 

E. Harrison, R. Art. 15 Dec. 
J. B.Campbell, r. f. p. 109 F. 

25 Dec. 
P E.Lock, h P.16P. 26 Dec. 
s. O'B. B. Woolaey, R. Art. 

29 Dec. 
1868. 
A.W.Dreyson, R.Art. 1 Jan. 
a W. Elgee, do. do. 
H. W. Gwyn, R. Mar. do. 
W. J. Kirk, Unatt. 8 O.of 
Pensioners 1 Jan. 

H.GJ.Davles,R.Mar. '-'I Jan. 
R. V. Allen, do. 28 Jan. 
P. McPherson,17F. 31 Jan. 
VGH.G.Browne, b.p. 100 P. 
1 Feb. 

F. W. Carden, 6 Lancers, 

1 Feb. 
G.H.A.Forbea, R. Art 2 Feb. 
H. V. Tlmbrell, do. 6 Feb. 
A.Templeman,21 F. 15 Feb. 
W.W.WorswIck, 37 F. do. 
J. C. Griffith, R. An. 92 Feb. 
C.H.B.Gresmc,104 F. 2 Mar. 
H. E. Forbes, 21 Hussars 

4 Mar. 

A. Nicholas, 46 F. 18 Mar. 
R. Law, Unatt. 8, Officer 

of Pensioners 17 Mar. 

Wm. Mussenden, 8 Hussars 

21 Mar. 

F. C. Scott, 42 F. 26 Mar. 

C. Warren, 27 F. 29 Mar. 

B. Barrel!, 16 Hussars 

1 Apr. 
H.H. Lacy, 76 F. 9 Apr. 
H. Marshall, 9 Lancers 

11 Apr. 
E. St. J. Griffiths, 19 K. 

18 Apr. 

G. F. Macdonald, h.p. 16 F. 
8.0. of Pensioner* 19Apr. 

R, Lloyd, 36 P. 21 Apr. 
R. Lacy, 83 P. 23 Apr. 

J. Hudson, 84 P. 26 Apr. 
c.H.J. Maclean, Rifle Br. 



Majors. 



M. W. de U P. Beresford, 
h.p. 49 F. S. 0. of Pen- 
sioner* 1 May 
J. Smyth, 89 F. 9 May 
*. 8. W. P.M. Wilson, 15 F. 
20 May 
N. P. Ledgard, 89 F. 20 May 
s. A. H.Wavell, 41 F.3June 
W.N.M.Orpen,77 F.18 June 
£. Whyte, R. Canadian 
Rifles 18 June 

E. H. Foster, 12 F. 17 June 
C. J. Moansey,71F. 20 June 
J. Powell, r.f.p. 102 F. 

8 July 

F. J. Bolton, h.p. 12F.8 July 
s. V. Tonnochy, 81 F. Bri- 
gade Major Strait* Settle- 
ment* 12 July 

R. W. B. Hunt, R. Marines 
lAug. 

T. P. Turbervill, R. Art. 

S Aug. 

R. O. Farmer, R. Art. 13 Aug. 

A. H. Murray, do. 15 Aug. 

P. E. Quin, 33 F. do. 

W. W. OoodfeUow, CB. 
R. Eng. 15 Aug. 

H. W. Berkeley, 3 Dr. Ods. 
15 Aug. 

O. Twise. R. Art do. 

C. J. Darrah, R. Eng. do. 

A. N.Wilson, 4 F. 15 Aug. 

J. S. Hand, 82 K. do. 

A. R, MacDonnslI, R. Eng. 

15 Aug. 

G. C. Close, 45 F. do. 
W. OhrysUe, R. Eng. do. 
R. Annesley, 10 F. do. 
H. Le O. Geary, R. Art. do. 
L. A. M. Graeme, 102 F. do. 
s.W. L.Twentyman,18 Hut. 

16 Aug. 
UeC. A.Goodfellow,R.Eng. 

15 Aug. 



e.W. Arbnthnot,14 Hutsars 
15 Aug. 
G. Arbuthoot, R. Art. do. 

B. H. Pottinger, do. do. 
O. P. Prevost,23 F. 22 Aug. 

C. O'Donoghue, 76 F. 

29 Aug. 
H. M. L. Colquhoun, 77 F. 

2 Sept. 
T. H. Clarkson, Depot Batt 

2 Sept 
R.R.Glllespie,106F. 11 Sept. 
J. Wakefield, 88 F. 16 Sept. 
F.G.C.Probart,54 F.SOSept. 
s.P.A. A. Twynam, 15 F. 

30 Sept. 
W. L. Browne, 6 Lancers 

12 Oct. 

G. F. Herbert, 7 F. 14 Oct. 

C. H. Malan, 76 F. do. 

G. G. Sattle, 75 F. do. 

R. Bennett, Depot Batt. 

15 Oct. 

O. B.Cannon, 97 F. 28 Oct. 

A. H. Stephens, Rifle Br. 

98 Oct. 

J. Hare, Depot Batt. 98 Oct. 

*. R. B. H. Blundell,8 Hus- 
sars 28 Oct. 

H.J.Wlte,2W.I.R.28 0ct. 

J. R. Martin, r. f. p. R. 
(Bengal) Art. 5 Nor. 

8. G.Carter, 62 P. 7 Nor. 

W. H. Sharpe, R. Canadian 
Rifles 7 Nov. 

C. Slaughter, R.Mar.10 Nor. 

W. F. J. Rudd, 1 F. 18 Not. 

J. T. Harerfleld, r. f. p. R. 
Mar. 18 Nor. 

T. F. Lloyd, 98 F. 18 Nor. 

R. E. D. Ness, 8 W. I. R. 
18 Not. 

W.CIutterbuck,66 F.22 Not. 

O. R. Stokes, R.Art. 28 Not. 

C. Clark, 104 F. 28 Not. 



J. W. Barnes, 7S F. 29 Not. 

c.M. R, Eden, 56 F. 2 Dec. 

J. B.H.Boyd, 17 F. 2 Dec. 

H. J. Hitchcock, 24 F.2 Dec. 

J. Gunter, 1 Dr.Gds. 2 Dec. 

Hon. E. R. Bourke, 6 Drs. 
Military Secretary to Vis 
Governor General of In- 
dia 2 Dec. 

F.P.Campbell.U Hus.2Dec. 

W. J. Grlmston, R. Art. 
10 Dec. 

A. Bravo, 1 W. I. R. 11 Dec. 

E.W. Coming, 79 F. 14 Dec. 

W.Chaine. 4 Hussars 28 Dec. 

*. W. W. Knollys, 93 F. 
27 Dec. 

Hon. L. A. Addington, 
R. Art. 31 Dec. 

1869. 
H. Lock, 108 F. 1 Jan. 
J. Lawson, r. f. p. S. O. of 

Pensioners 1 Jan. 

C. Currie, Capt M. Rifles, 

9 Jan. 

R. C. BatUscombo, r.f p. R. 

Art. 5 Jan. 

C. Blewitt, 65 F. 7 Jan. 

E. Bowles, 60 F. 11 Jan. 
W. D.Tompson, 17F.23 Jao. 
R.Mauoseli, 11 F. 25 Jan. 
L. Prendergaat, 2 Drs. 8 Feb. 
J. W. Fry, 88 F. 8 Feb. 

T. D. Forde, 46 F. 10 Feb. 
A. Orr, R. Art. 23 Feb. 

C.Eccles,4F. 27 Feb. 

C. R. Hill, R. Art. 8 Mar. 
P.J. Campbell, do. 18 Mar. 
A. W. Twiss, do. 21 Mar. 
A. SieTwright, R. Art. 

24 Mar. 
A. H. Godfrey, h. p. Depot 

Batt. Adj. 4 Lancashire 

Militia 24 Mar. 



E. Tanner, 8 F. 24 Mar. 

E. Napier,6Dr. Gds.24 Mar. 
G.8. Burnand.5 Dr. Gds. 

25 Mar. 
8. Fairtlougb, 12 P. 30 Mar. 
H. Brackenbury, h.p. Depot 

Batt. 1 Apr. 

W. C. Justice, h. p. Dupoi 

Batt. 1 Apr. 

D. Thomson, r. f. p. R. 
(Bengal) Art. 17 Apr. 

J. Peyton ,7 Dr.Gds. 17 Apr. 
A.G.B. Martin, 7 Dr. Gds. 
17 Apr. 
J. Bradisb, 105 F. do. 

J. G. Turner, 28 F. 5 May 
H. S. Turner, 09 F. do. 
H. L. Brownrlgg, 84 F. do. 
W. H. Grates, b. p. 18 F. 

8.O. of Pensioners 12May 
W. J. Lutmau, h. p. Ceylon 

Rifles 19 Mar. 

J. Hardy, 9 Lancers do. 
0. Heycock, h. p. 89 F. 

29 May 
R. J. B. Robertson, 60 F. 
29 May 

F. J. MacFsrlane, b. p. 8 
Dr. Gds. 29 May 

Sir Wm.Geo. H.T. Fairfai, 
Bart. h. p. 15 F. 99 May 

A. S. Quill, b. p. R. Cana- 
dian Rifles 29 May 

E. A. Gore, 8 Hussars do. 
A. G. Daubeny, 7 F. 23 June 
H. Priestley, 32 F. do. 
Sir Henry H. Goodrlcke, 

Bart. 90 P. 28 Juno 

G. A. Tranchell, h. p. Gey* 
Ion Rifles 23 June 

H. C. Evans, 88 F. do. 

W. R. Nolan, 17 Lancers do. 
G. M. Billington, 6 Dr*. 

23 June 



OFFICERS SERVING WITH SUPERIOR LOCAL RANK, 
AND TEMPORARY RANK. 



GENERAL. 

Sir Win. R. Mansfleld, KCB. OCSI. 
Commander in Chief, Bast Indies. 7 Feb. 66 



MAJOR GENERAL. 

T.Tapp, Cff. 103 F. Bast Indies 4 Not 65 

*H. Lefroy, R. Art ....8 Dec. 68 

BBIGADLEB GENERALS. 



LIEUTENANT COLONELS. 
Lewis Pelly, Bombay Staff Corps, Persia . . 80 June 68 

H. F. Ditbrowe, do, Muscat do 

G. F. Mansfleld, Unatt. Poland , 92 Aug. 66 



MAJORS. 

R. H.Crempton, Staff Officer of Pensioners, 

Western Australia 4 Aug. 63 

J. U. Champain, R. Eng. Persia 5 July 64 

R. M. 8ralth, R. Eng. Persia 25 July 05 

W. Grossman , R, Bng. China and Japan. . 9 Mar. 66 
*. V. Tonnochy, 8 1 F. Strait* Settlement* ... 2 Sept. 65 
W. Blenkinson, b. p. 8 Dr. Gds. Ca% Depot 2 Jan. 69 



CAPTAINS. 

O.B. C. St. John, R. Bng. Persia 20 Nor. 67 

W. H.Plerson, do. do do 



DEPUTY INSPECTOR GEN. OF HOSPITALS 
Campbell Maclean, MD. Professor of 
Medicine, Army Medical School at Netleg 9 Apr. 61 



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FIXED ESTABLISHMENT OF GENERAL OFFICERS. 



GENERALS. 



1854. 90 June. 
9 Sir JJP.FitsGerald, GCB. 

18 P. 
M G. Mara, of Twe«d<Ule f 
KT. OCB. 2 Life Gtlf . 
ISM. 
9 Sir Wm. Wood, ATCB.aTB. 
14 F. 81Aug. 

I860. 
Sir George Pollock, (70S. 
GCSI.B. Art. 17 May 

& f Sir J.A.Hope,6CB.9P, 
IS June 
Sir Alexander Lindsay,.sTGB. 
R. Ait. 11 Sept. 

1860. 
9 Sir John Bell, GCB. 4 F. 
16 Jane 
9 Sir JAitchlson,GCB. 78F. 
BOJulj 
1881. 
MB Sir De Lacy Brant, 
GCB. SI F. 10 Mar. 

9 Sir CO. FJlicombe, KCB. 
B. Eng . 80 Apr. 

1888. 
98R Sir William Rowan, 
GCB. 68 F. 18 Aug. 

9W Sir George Bowles, 
XCB.]W.l.R.,Lt.oftke 
Tomer of London. 9 Not 
9 Am. H. F. C. Cavendish, 
8 Dr. Gds. 9 Hot, 

1888. 
I Hon. Sir Charles Gore, 



Charles R. Foi, 67 F. 6 Mar. 

B€hss.Aug.8bawe,74F. do. 

Sir Richard England, GCB. 

KH.41F. 6 July 

Sir W. J.Codrington, GCB. 

88 P. 87 July 

Sir J. M. Fred. Smith, KB. 

B. Eng. 8 Aug. 

1864. 

Sir A. Roberts, 67CB.101 F. 

8 Oct: 

c.*Sir D. M'Gregor, ECB. 

88 Oct. 

Oha. Geo. Jas. Arbutbnot, 

91 F. 86 Not. 

1805. 

J. Spi nk, KH. 8 F. 18 Jan. 

V881 Sir James Jackson, 

GCB. KH.l Dr. Gds. 

OPeb. 

S John Drummond 10 Feb. 

iir Charles R. O'Donnell, 

18 Hussars. 8 Apr. 

* R.B. Coles, 66 F. 81 Hay 

B€J1 B.P.Buckley, 88 F. | 

17 Aug. 

Geo. Oha. Sort of Lucan, 

GCB.l Life Gds. 88 Aug. 

SBB Sir Cba. Yorke. GCB. 

Rifle Br. 5 Sept. 

8ir W. M. G. Colebrooke, 

CB. KH. B.Art. 86 Dec. 

1866. 

c.B Hon.8ir E.Cutt, KCH. 

18 Lancers 18 Jan. 

GCB. KB. 6 F. Lt.Gov. of] * F.J. Davies, 07 F. 14 J an. 



Chelsea Hospital 18 Feb. 



1881. 
Henry EdwerdPorter IONot. 
leBWn. Beokwith, JTB. 

14 Hussars 88 Nov. 

HaBTyW.Breton f 68F.16Dee. 

1868. 
9 Thus. G.Bali, 8 F. 7 Mar. 
a M. Carmieuael, CB. 80 

Hussars 14 Apr. 

Geo. Dixon, 104 F. 80 May 
9Fred MaunselL86F. t June 
JolmHalU9Huiaarsl9 Aug. 
Sir G. H. Lockirood, JTCB. 

18 Lancers 8 Sept. 

«r Patrick Grant, OCB. 

38 F. Govern or e? Com. 

in Chief of Malta 84 Oct. 
Sir B, J. H. Yirian, JTCB. 

108 F. 84 Oet. 

Sir Wm.WyDie,sTCB.109F. 

24 Oct. 

a Sir Blch.Alrey,<?GB. 7 F. 

Gem. and Comm. in Chief 

of Gibraltar 84 Oct. 
Boa. Sir Jas. Yorke Scar. 

lett,0CB. 6 Dr .Gds. Com. 

at Aldershot 9 Nor. 

Sir George Bailer, OCB. 

Rifle Brigade, Command- 

img & W. District 9 Nov. 
Sir John B. Goegh, KCB. 

SDrs. 9 Not. 

An. Arthur Upton, from 

OoMst. Gds. 9 Nov. 

Sir A. Joaias Oloete, JTCB. 

KB. 19 F. 81 Dec. 



G. Macdonald, 18 F. 

89 Jan. 

S4r C. A. Wmdham, KCB. 

48 F. Commanding in 

North Amerioa 6 Feb. 

J. R. Craofurd, 87 F. 18 Feb. 

R. Greaves, 40 P. 8 June 

SJJB Sir Wm. Hen. Elliott, 

jrCB.8TJr.61F. 87 July 

P. Taylor,*//. 84 F. 9 Oet. 

1864. 
a. T.H. Johnson ,87 F.81Jsn. 
H^Hankey 8 Hrs. 89 Apr. 
*SJ.CaiBnbeU, 98 F. 4 JaJy 



1869. 
,11. Art. 17 May 



J. Lonfoeld, CB. 99 F. 

9 Aug. 

C.W.M. Raiders, CB. 17 

Lanoera 91 Aug. 

F. W. Hamilton, CB. 'from 

Om OAm. i«M a+m mt\ 



M arcusBeresford,80F.4Mar. 



Sir James C. Chatter- 
ton, Bt. KCB. KB. 
4 Dr. Gds. 81 Mar. 

• Sir W. T. Knollys, KCB. 
68 P. 17 June 

SirH.R. Ferguson Davie, Bt. 
78 F. 26 June 

9 H. I. Delacombe, CB. R. 
Marines 88 Aug. 

W.Wylde.CS.B.Art.84Aug. 

J. G. Griffith, R.Art.17 Sept. 

B 8ir F. Graham, KCB. 
Colonel R. Marine Artillery 
DlTlslon 10 Nov. 

Sir John Cheape, GCB. R. 
Eng. 8 Dec. 

1867. 

»B.P.Gascoigne,69P.20Jsn. 

Hugh H. Lord Btrathnairn, 
67CB. GCSl. R. Hone 
Guards, Commanding the 
Troop* in Ireland 4 Feb. 

J. T. Brown, CB. Colonel 

Portsmouth Div. R. Mar. 

18 Feb. 

8ir Patrick Montgomerie, 
KCB. R. Art. 1 Mar. 

E. Garsiln, R Eng. 1 Mar. 

9 St. J. A. Clarke, KB. 76F. 
8 Mar. 

Sir Henry J. W. Bentlnck, 

JTCB. 88 F. 8 Dec. 

1888. 

o. 801 8ir T. Reed, KCB. 
44 F. 1 Jin 

Henry Tin. Melville, GCB. 
OOF. 1 Jan. 



USlHCEHAirT-GSH£BAX8. 

E.H.D.B.Napler,61 F.6 May 
B IB Sir John Bloom field, 

KCB. R. Art. 18 May 
Sir George Brooke, KCB. 

R. Art. 19 Jane 

c. Sir John Michel, KCB. 

88 F. 26 June 

Sir A. B. Stransham, JTCB. 

CotonelWoolwIchDlvhlon 

R Mar. 23 Ang. 

9£llF.Warde,R.Art.34Aug. 
A. Anderson, CB.lCol^Chat- 

hamDlvisionR.Mar.lONov. 
Sir Thomas Holloway, KCB. 

R. Mar. Art. 10 Nov. 
1867. 

Sir R. P. Douglas, Bart. 

96 P. 6 Jan. 

Chas. Craufurd Hay, 93 P. 

Comm. the Forces at 

the C of Good Hope, 

and IAeut.Gov. 80 Jan. 
T.Leroon, C'B.OoL Plymouth 

Division R. Mar. 18 Feb 
H. Goodwyn, H.En*. 1 Mar. 
Robert 0. LorrfNspier,0 CB 

GC8I K.Eug.Commander 

in Chief at Bombay! Mar. 
Walter Scott, R.Eng.l Mar. 
Sir Arthur Tho. Cotton, 

KCSI. R. Eng. 1 Mar. 
G. A. Malcolm, CB. 106 F. 
8 Mar. 
F.F.Whinyates,RArt.l4July 
Henry Byre, 69 H. 8 Sept. 
Lord Wm. Paulet, KCB. 

88 F. Adjutant General, 

and Equerry to H.R.B. 

the Duke of Cambridge 
8 Dec. 
1888. 
John Pat ton, 47 F. 1 Jan. 
c. Sir D. A. Cameron,JTCB. 

48 P. Governor Boyal 

Military College 1 Jan. 
Bflffi SfrWm.Batee Ingilby, 

JTCB. R. Art. 1 Jan. 

R. J.Stotherd, R.Ed J. 1 Jan. 
T. Matheson 81 Jan. 

9 Sf> George Bell, KCB. 

IP. 28 Jan. 



H.D.Towusbend,86P.8 Aug, 

Thomas Wood, 84 F. 9 Sept. 

Wm. H.Eden, 90 F.lOSept. 

Sir J. Hope Grant, GCB. 
9Lencers,Q.JsT.0eft.8Oct. 

Joseph Clarke, 76 P. 88 Oct. 

8ir J . Gaspard Le Merchant 
KCB.GCMG. 11 F. S90ct. 

Cha, Gascoyne, 89 P. 86 Nov. 

Sir W. R. Mansfield, JTCB. 

GCSI. 88 P. Gen. and 

Commander in Chief Boot 

Indiee 87 Dec. 

I860. 

Sir Edward Lugard, GCB. 
31 F. Undersecretary oj 
State for War 18 Jan. 

MarcusJohnSlade,60F.6Feb. 

G. H. MacKinnon, CB. 88 F. 
10 Feb. 

G. P., Vise. Teropletown, 
KCB. 60 F. 9 Mar. 

ff<M».A.A.Dalzell,48 F.2Apr. 

8tr T. 8. Pratt, KCB. 37 F. 
31 May 

e. W. N. Hutchinson. 38 F. 
17 Aug. 

Simcoe Baynes,36 F. 28 Aug. 

CM .C. Johnstone,88F.5Sept. 

E. Sabine, B. Art. 80 Sept. 

e. B Wm. P. Forster, KB. 

81 F. Military Secretary 

84 Oct. 

Thomas Gordon 
R. Art. 



Hlgglns, 
86 Dec. 



1886. 

F. Johnston 18 Jan. 
B 8ir Bdw. Mecarthar, 

JTCB. 100 F. 14 Jan. 

T. Foster, R. Eng. 8 Feb. 
tmSir WiUlam Bell, JTCB. 

R.Art. 87 Feb. 

Day Hort Macdow all, 3 F. 
4 Mar. 

G. T. Colomb, 97 P. 31 Mar. 
BP.V.EngIaad,R.Art.5 Apr. 
Sir Sydney John Cotton, 

JTCB.10F. 80 Apr. 

Maurice Barlow,3 W. India 

Begt 84 Apr, 

ICAJOB-CTHXEAXg. 



• W. R. Ord, R.Eng. 1 Jan. 
F.R.Chesney, R.Art. I Jan. 
Sir P.E.Cralgie,JCCB. 66 P. 
81 Jan. 
SirBichard J.Dacres, GCB. 

B. Art. 8 Feb. 

Sir E.P. Morris, KCB. 49 P. 

18 Mar. 

Henry Colvile, 19 F. 87 Mar. 

SUSft B. Wm. Bouverie, 15 

Hussars 9 Apr. 

Hon. Thomas Ashburnham, 

CB. 88 F. 19 Apr. 

Sir John Scott, JTCB. 7 

Hussars 1 May 

Sir J. L. Pennefather, GCB. 

88 P. 8 May 

BB. W.Bell. 66 F. 18 July 
8ir W. Fenwiek Williams, 

Bart. KCB.K. Art. 2 Aug. 
Sir David Capon, KCB. 

106 F. 13 Aug. 

John Eden, CB.34 F. 2b Ana. 
Hon. Chas. Grey, 71 F. 

Private Secretary to the 

Queen 89 Aug. 

Sir J. B. Dupuls, KCB. R. 

Art. 10 Nov. 

W. L. L. P. Lord de Roe, 

4 Hussars, Deputy Lieut. 

of the Tower 10 Nov. 
P.8. Stanhope, 18 F. 88 Nov. 

F. 8ohuIer,RArt. 11 Dec. 

G. Ocnrsn, R. Art. 14 Dec. 

1869. 
HO Henry, Lord Rokeby, 
KCB. 77 F. 8 Mar. 

R. Richardson- Robertson, 

CB. 8 Dr. Gds. 91 Jan. 

BIB B. Ouppage, R. Art. 

8 Feb. 

S. Braybrooke, 99F.81 Feb. 

James Alexander, CB. R. 

Art. 6 Mar. 

J.T. Lane, CB. R.Art. 6 Mar. 
Sir Edw. Huthwalte, KCB. 

R Art 6 Mar. 

Sir Arcbdale Wilson, Bart. 

GCB. H. Art. 6 Mar. 

SelsB R.Law,JTJJ. 9 W.I.R. 

18 Mar. 
Sir Cha. T. Van Strauben- 

see, JTCB. 89 F. 27 Mar. 

A. C. Pole, 63 F. 9 Apr. 

B. W. F. Walker, CB. 94 F. 

19 Apr. 
T. A. Drought, 15 F. Sfl Apr. 
Charles Stuart 1 May 
Hon.Sir A.A. Spencer, K CB . 

48 F. Commanding Western 
District 9 May 

C. Ashmore, 30 F. 1 2 J uly 
R. Burn, R.Art. 8 Aug. 
flkRH.K. Btoomfield, 84 F. 

13 Aug. 
J. LawTanson, 13 Hussars 
26 Aug. 
8. J. Hodgson, 64 F. 

29 Aug. 

H. Servants, R. Eng. 7 Nov. 

F.Hy. G. Seymour, Equerry 

to the Queen 10 Nor. 

D.Thorndike,R.Art. 10 Nor. 

e. W. A. M*Cieverty, 108 F. 

Commander in Chief at 

Madras 88 Nor. 

L.D.Wllliams, 6 Drs. 23 Nov. 

R. B. Wood, CB. 10 Dec. 

Geo. Campbell, CB. B. Art. 

11 Dec. 

0. Grant, CB. R. Art. 14 Dec. 

O.E.Gold,from66 F. 27 Dec. 

1869. 
Joseph Hale, 103 F. 23 Feb. 
0. A. Lewis, from Gr. Gds. 
8 Mar. 
W." " ~ 
John 



.Parlby.ai Hnssars21Mar. 
mn T.Hill 14 June 



Sir Cba. Hastings Doyle, 
KCMG.10Y. on the Staff 
and Lt.Qoternor in Nova 
Scotia 15 Sept. 

Sir Fred. Horn, KCB. 4b F. 
13 Oct. 

J. P. G. Campbell, CB. 
79 F. 12 Not. 

Tj*mAu*+A PaiiW nn ao p. 



hold and Equerry to 

H.R.H. the Duchess of 

Cambridge 13 Dec. 

8ir J.R. Smyth, KCB. 6 Dr. 

Gds. Commanding a DiaU 

sion of the Madras Army 

84 Dec 

W.J.D , Urban,107F.87 Dee. 

UHl. 



John ffblllott Crofton, 96 F. 
9 Mar. 
J. Grattan, CB. 17 F. 

10 Mar. 

Hon. James Lindsay, from 

Gr. Gds., Inspector Oe» 

neralqf Baserte Forces 

" 19 Mar* 

Wm. Sullivan. CB. 68 W**\ 



16 



Fixed Establishment 



Corbet Cotton July 

M. Smith,from81 F. 9 Sept. 

H Bates 9 Oct. 

1864. 

E. Frome, R. Bug. Lieut, 
Gov. of Guernsey A Jen. 

cT.M. Wilton 7 Jan. 

G. Staunton 18 Jan. 

C. Crutchley 81 Jan. 

C. B. Scott, 21 Feb. 

M. K. Atheriey 12 Mar. 

Strtnvor Chute, KCB.Com- 
mandingtheTroops in the 
Australian Colonies and 
in Sew Zealand 9 April 

W.G.Brown 29 April 

H. J orris, from Depot Batt. 

17 May 
e. M. W. Smith, CB. 4 July 
T. P. Flude, B. Art. 28 July 
J. M. Perceral, OB. 8 Aug. 
H. W. Stlated, CB. on the 

Stag in Canada 10 Aug. 

P. M. N. Guy, CB. Lt.Gov, 

of Jersey 9 Sept 

F. Seymour. CB. Groom in 
Waiting to theQuemlO&op. 

0. Steusrt, CB. 3 Oct. 

J. L.Denuis ( from62F.280ct 

c.C.B,SnckTilla, Earl De La 

Warr, CB. 29 Oct. 

F. P. Halnee,Cbm. a Division 
of the Madras Army 25 Not. 

H.G.Teesdale, B,Art. 16 Dec. 

A. A. Shuttleworih, B. Art 

18 Dec. 
J. A. Lambert, from Gr.Gds. 

27 Dec. 
1868. 
W.O'Grady Haly. CB. from 
88 F. Com. a Division of 
the Bengal Army 12 Jan. 
C. S.Reid, R.Art. 24 Jan. 
H. P. Baymond 6 Feb. 
John M'Coy.R. Arl. 9 Feb. 
F« Lord H.H.M. Percy, 
10 Feb. 
W.C.E. Napier, Vice Presi- 
dent of the Council of 
Military Education 9 Mar. 
C. H.EUlce,C£. 93 Mar. 

B. G. Moore, CB. B. Art. 

99 Mar. 

H. B. Jones, CB. 2 Apr. 

8ir T. M. Biddulph, KCB. 
Keeper of Her Majesty's 
Privy Purse, and Re- 
ceiver General of the 
Dueky of Cornwall 31 May 

G. nelfour.GB BJLrt.5 June 

C. Hagart, CB. 28 July 
W.E. Baker, B. En|.2 Aug. 
T. M. Steele, CB. 17 Aug. 
J. Creagh 28 Aug. 
R.F.Crawford,R.Art81 Aus. 
E. Last 6 Sept. 
Str J ohnStGeorge, KCB. B. 

Art. Director of Ordnance 

20 Sept. 

c. J. P. 8parks.CB.28 Sept. 

H.C.Tate,R.Mar.Art28NoT. 

H.B.Turner, R. Eng. 91 Dec. 

1886 
Robert Lewie 12 Jan. 

T. William*, CB. 14 Jan. 
B. Wilbraham,CB.26 Jan. 



of General Officers. 

C. B. Wilkinson, B. Bug. 

27 Feb. 

Sir Edur. Cha.Warde, KCB 

B. Art 8 Feb. 

Win. Irwin S Mar. 

F. Adams, CB, Command* 
ing a Division of the 
Bombay Army 4 Mar. 

H. D. Griffith, CB. 81 Mar. 
W.T.Bcnwick, B.E. 10 Apr. 
J. W. Smith, CB. 20 Apr. 
L. 8. O'Connor, CB. Com- 
manding the Troops in 
Jamaica 24 Apr. 

C. Lucas, B. Art. 26 Apr. 
e. F. D. George, CB. 6 May 
A. J. Taylor, B.Art. 12 May 
J. W.Croggan, R.Art. 12June 
J. Yorke, CB. 17 June 
J. Abbott, B. Art. 19 June 
H. D. O'Halloran 25 June 
8lr J. W. Gordon, KCB. 
R.Bng. 8 Aug. 

J. H. Gascolgne, CB. R. 
Mar. 23 Aug. 

V« CDIckson, CB. R.Art. 
24 Aug. 
J. H. B. Dalrymple 28 Oet. 

G. G. Langley, CB. B. Mar. 
10 Nor. 

W. R. Msxwell, B. Mar. 

10 Mot. 



Sir Arthur A. T. Ounyng- 
hame, KCB. 36 F. Com. 
Dublin Diet. 20 Apr. 

J. Fordyce, B. Art. 29 Apr. 

Fred. Hope 7 May 

J. 8. Smith 17 June 

H. A. O'Neill 6 Aug. 

R. Parker, from 1 Life Gds. 
24 Aug. 

Cha. Trollops, OB. 63 F. 

20 Sept. 

Lord Geo. A. F. Paget, KCB. 
7 Vr.GdMjnspector Gene- 
ral of Cavalry 1 1 Nov. 

Brook Taylor, Commanding 
Oude Division, Bengal 
Army 15 Not. 

G. T. C. Napier, CB. 96 F. 
16 Dec. 
1862. 

P E. B. Hill, 6 ¥. 2 Feb. 

G. W. Key 1 1 Hussars 6 Feb. 

E. Pole, 6 Lanrers 16 Feb. 

F. H. Robe, CB. 14 Mar. 
B.S. Stehelio, B.Bng. 8 Apr. 
Sir Robert Walpole, KCB. 

30 May 

Sir Arthur J. Lawrence, 
KCB. 1 June 

fioa.G.Cad , ogaa,CB.8 June 

J. C. Hope Gibsons, 8 Hus- 
sars 28 June 

0. P. Atmlie, I Drs. 7 July 

F. Murray, Commanding at 
Chatham 18 Aug. 

A.N. Vuc.BridporiyBquerry 
to the Qjueen 19 Aug. 

D. Bussed, CB., Com. S.E. 
District 8 8ept 

Sir Horatio Shirley. KCB. 

24 Oct. 

W.S. Newton, Commanding 

a Brigade at MaUafi Nor . 
B. C. W. M. Milman, from 

•7 F. Commanding at the 

Mauritius 9 Not. 

S. Perceval, from Coldst. 

Gds. 9 Not. 

H. Cooper 9 Not. 

e. B. Burnley, Commanding 

in Scotland 9 Not. 

Bight Uon.8hrH.K.&torkB, 

OCB. QCMG. Under Se- 
cretary of Stats for War, 

Controller in Chief 18 Not. 

1868. 
A. Rowland, B. Art. 6 Jan. 
J7o».G.C.W.Foretter 29 J an. 

E. 0. Hodge, CB. 80 Jan. 
T. Crombie 6 Feb. 
H. B. Doherty, CB. 8 Feb. 
A. H.Ferryman, C'B.12 Feb. 
e. W. B. Faber 9 Mar. 
T. J. Galloway, from 70 F. 

27 Mar. 
Sir John Garrock, KCB. 

Com. TV. District I Apr. 

Sir Wm. Jones, KCB. do. 

W. B. Goodfellow, B. Eng. 

6 Apr. 

Sir Wm. Marcus CoghSan, 

KCB. B. Art. 14 Apr. 
Bon. A. Hamilton Gordon, 

CB. Hon. Equerry to the 

Queen, Com. a Division 

of the Bombay Army 8J*n* 

GENERAL OFFICER promoted for DISTINGUISHED SERVICE, Supernumerary 

to the Fixed Establishment. 
Major General Sir Charles W. D. SUreley, KCB. 28 Sept 67. 

GENERAL OFFICERS on a SPECIAL RATE of £4D0 per Annum. 

LIEUTENANT GENEBAL8. 
P William Orokat 21 Dec. 62 | p Darld Goodiman 9 Oet 63 

Peter Edwards 9 Oct. 68 



1867. 

D. Rainier, Commanding a 
Division of the Bengal 
Army 6 Tan. 

F.Turner, CB. B, Art. 18 Jan. 

H. H. Graham, CB. 20 Jan. 

H. Renuy,CSI.CotntfU7ndino 
the Troops in Ceylon and 
the Straits Settlements 
2 Feb 

G.Campbell, CB. Command* 
ing Cork District 4 Feb. 

H. Marriott, B. Marines 

13 Feb. 
Sir H. M. Durand, CB. 

JTJOS/.R. Eng. 1 Mar. 

E. Lawford, R. Eng. do. 
C. W. Tremenheere, CB. 

B, Eng. 1 Mar. 

J. J Blstet, CB. Command- 
ing the Brigade at Gib- 
raltar 8 Mar. 

VttSfrHenry Tombs, KCB. 
R.Art. 11 Mar. 

H. W. Trerelyan, CB. R. 
Art 25 Mar 

Sir James Brind, KCB. do. 
1 June 

J. Armstrong, CB. 6 July 

Sir D.E.Wood, KCB. 
B. Art. 6 July 

B. B. Kinleslde, B. Art. 

14 July 
E. A. Holdtcb, CB. 8 Sept 
Sir F. E. Chapman, KCB. 

B.Eng. Gov. and Com. in 

Chief of Bermuda 7 Sept 

8ir Charles W. D. Stareley, 

KCB. 25 Sept. 

A. Huyshe, R. Art. Insp.oJ 
Artillery in Bengal3\Oct. 

B. N. Phillips 8 Dec. 
J. W. Flismayer, CB. R. Art 

29 Dec. 



1868. 

Sir Alfred H. Horsfbrd^sTCB. 
Commanding a Brigade at 
Jlderskot 1 Jan. 

W. D. P. Patton 1 Jan. 

W. H. Aakwith, R.Art. do. 

W. B. D.Broughton, B.Bng. 
1 Jan. 

Q. J. Cenj^CB. Commanding a 
Brigade at Aldershot 2 1 Jan. 

Hon. Sir Percy E. Herbert, 
KCB. 28 Jan. 

c.Arthnr Borton, CB. Com- 
manding a Brigade at the 
Curragh 81 Jan. 

D. E. Macldrdy 91 Feb. 

T. K. Whistler, 1 Art. 6 Mar. 

J. 8. Brownrigg, CB. Com- 
manding the Brigade at 
Dover 13 Mar. 

SirJohnL.A.Simmons.JK'CB. 
B. Eng., LI.G09. B. Mil. 
Academy 17 Mar. 

W. M. 8. M'Murdo, CB. 
Commanding a Brigade at 
the Curragh 27 Mar. 

Wm. Munro, CB. 29 Mar. 

A. C. Errington 9 Apr. 
c. C.A. Kdwards, CB. Inspec- 
tor Gen. of Recruiting 

19 Mar. 
9. T. Christie, CB. 21 Apr. 

C. J. Dalton. R, Art. 23 Apr. 
•7. M. Wood 1 May 
H. Smyth, CB. 9 May 
Lord Mark Ken,CB. 12 Jury 

F. M. Eardley Wilmot B. 
Art. 2 Aug. 

H. W. Whitfend, from 2 W. 
I. Begt. Com. the Forces 
in China 13 Aug. 

JobnWllkle 25 Aug. 

H. P. de Bathe, from 8. P. 
Gds. 29 Aug. 

Sir W. T. Dentaon, R. Eng. 
7 Not. 

B. Waddy, CB. 10 Not. 
J. H. Francklyn, CB. R.Art. 

10 Not. 

T. H. Tidy do. 

E. Haythorne 28 Not. 

T. Brooke 29 Not, 

H. D. White, CB. Com- 
manding Cavalry Brigade 
atAldershot 2 Dec. 

W.8.R.Noroott, CB. 1 Dec 
G. W. Y. Simpeon, R. Art. 

11 Dec 
J.MeiUand, B,Art. 14 Dec. 

D. Lysons,CB. Com. a «Brs* 
gade at Alderehot 27 Dec. 

W. L. Earl of Longford, 
KCB. 81 Dec. 

1869. 

U.S. JT. Prince W. A. Ed* 
ward of Saze Weimar, CB. 
from Or. Gds. 23 Feb. 

G. Gambler, CB. R. Art. 

18 Mar. 
5irArch.Llttlejr:C£. 21 Mar. 
S. N. Lewder, CB. R. 

Marines, Deputy Adj. 

Gen. 24 Mar. 

J. Douglas, CB. 26 Mar. 
Sir John Douglas, KCB. 

12 May 
H.C.B.Daubeney,CB.14June 



GENERAL OFFICERS on the HALF-PA Y of their former Regimental Commissions. 

W. Cbambre. 28 Aug. 63 

Hon. A. C. Legge, Unatt 28 Aug. 68 
M. Dalyell, Unatt 28 Aug. 66 

c H.S.Stepbens, KB. Unatt 8 Sept 68 
James McQueen, do. do. 

Charles Smith, do. do 

F. P. Dunne, Unatt 26 Sept 66 

B. J. P. Vassall, Unatt. 26 Sept 68 
B. Chetwode, h.p. 8 Dr.Gds. 24 Oct 68 
J. P. Westropp, Unatt 24 Oet. 6A 
B.C.Fletcber, h.p. 8Dr.Gds.IS Jan.66 
P J. ScargHl, Unatt. 19 Jan. 66 

8.Tryos),Uaatt. 14 Jan 66 



GENERALS. 
1886. 
P JJAB. Lord Hotham, Unatt. 18 Jan, 
William Cbamberlayne, do. 14 Jan. 66 
9Thos.P.Thompson, Unatt 12 July 68 

LIEUTENANT GENERALS. 
Robert Martin Leake, Unatt,91 Dec.62 
IIBWd. CartwrightUnatt Oct. 68 
(BAG. Whlehcote, Unatt 31 Jan.64 
SB James Arthur Butler, Unatt do. 
PIIZI C. B. Bowers, Unatt. 10 Mar. 66 
P Thomas M. Williams, KB. Unatt. 
aw, 31 Mar. 66 



G.T.ILJSaW of Albemarle, Unatt 

81 Mar. 66 

Fra. Mara, of Conyngbam, KP. 

GCH., Unatt. 20 Apr. 66 

MAJOR GBNEBALS. 
P J. H. Balnbrlgge, Unatt 90 Apr. 61 
P W. A. Le Mesurler, Unatt 1 May61 
PMI J. K. Boas, KB. Unatt. do. 
Eardley Wilmot, Unatt. do. 

P L. A. During, Unatt. 17 June 61 
PW T. C. Smith, do. 21 Dec 62 



GENERAL AND FIELD OFFICERS 17 

WHO HAVE RETIRED FROM THE SERVICE BY SALE OF THEIR COMMISSIONS. 
LIKUTEHAHT-GEHJULALS. 



Howdeo, J. H. Lord, OCB. KH. Unatt... 26 Dee. 59 

Peel. Bight Sou. Jonathan, Unatt 7 Dec. 69 

Wellington, Arthur, Duke of r KG 9 Feb. 62 



MAJ0R-GENTERAL8. 

Bagot, Edward, Unatt 12 Jan. 66 

9 Bristow, Henry, 88 F 20 June 54 

9 De Chabot, Lonit William, Vise. 50 P.. . 19 July 21 

Dwyer, Henry, Unatt 20 June 54 

9 Owen, Loftus, Unatt 16 May 57 

Studd, Edward, Unatt. 20 June 54 

9 SB Woodford, Sir John George, KCB., 

KCH.Qr.QdM. 10 Jan. 87 



COLONELS. 

e. Adams, William Henry, Unatt 28 Nov. 54 

Ainslie, William Bernard, CB. 93 F 28 Nov. 64 

A Id worth, Richard William, 7 F 20 alar. 62 

Allan, Andrew Timbre 11, 25 F 1 Apr. 63 

9 Anxelo, Edward Anthony, KH., 80 F. 

Military Knight of Windsor 9 Nov. 46 

Arney, Charles Augustus, 11 Drs 28 Not. 64 

Arthur, Sir Frederick Leopold, Bart. UnaO.20 Mar. 62 

Aoeten,John t KB., C^pe M. R. 11 Nor. 61 

Begot, Chsu.Or. Gds. f Col.9 Stafford Mil. 11 Not. 61 
Baillie, Hugh Smith, Boyal Hone Guards.,. 30 Sept 64 
Baillle, George Clement, Royal Engineers 2 Aug. 65 

Barry, Charles, Unattached 28 Not. 64 

9 Begbie, Thomas Stirling, 44 F 20 June 54 

Berwick, Was. Noel, Lord, 1 3 F 20 Jane 54 

Bcwes, Windham Edm., late of School of Musk. 8 June 63 

Blackbume, William, 69 F 28 Not. 54 

Hlake, Matthew Gregory, Canadian Regt. . 28 June 88 
Rlenkinaopp, George Anthony Leaton, 45 F. 19 Mar. 61 
Bos«ell,£JrGeo.A.F.Houstoun,B*.Cold.Gds.ll Not. 51 
Bradshaw, Paria Wm. Augustus, Unattached 7 May 61 

Bridge, Cyprian, 59 F 26 Oct. 58 

9 Brooke. Thomas, Gr. Gds 10 Jan. 87 

Browne, Thos. Gore, CB. 41 F 20 June 54 

Buehan, George Wm. Fordyce-, 74 F 28 Not. 54 

Banbury, Henry William, OB. 23 F 1 July 58 

BurdeU, Sir Robert, Bart., 68 F 9 Not. 46 

Burrowee, Robert Rdward, KH. 66 F. .... 20 June 54 

Butler, Webbe, 60 F 9 Sept. 63 

f Campbell, Archibald, Unatt 26 Oct. 58 

Campbell, George Herbert Fred., Unatt.. . 26 Oct. 68 

Campbell, James, 87 F 28 Not. 54 

Campbell, Walter, Unatt 16Not.68 

Caoe,8topfbrd,S0F 11 Not. 51 

Cartwright, Henry, Or. Gds... 20 June 54 

Cathcart, Bon. Aug. Murray, Gren. Gds. .. 27 Oct 64 

Cecil, Lord Thomas, Coldst. Gds 9 Not. 46 

Havering, Henry Mordaunt, 98 F 29 April 02 

Clifford, Robert C. Spencer, Gr. Gds 7 Sept. 65 

Clinton, Frederick, Gr. Gds 11 Nov. 51 

Clinton, Henry, II Drs. 20 June 54 

CockeU, William, 16 F. 28 Not. 64 

Cocks, Philip Reginald, R. Artillery 1 May 58 

Cole, Arthur Lowry, CB., 17 F 9 Mar. 68 

Cole, J. A 30 June 54 

Combermere, Wellington H. 8. Vise. Unatt. 15 Dec. 61 

Cooroy, Henry George, Gr. Gds 28 Not. 64 

Creagh, Giles Vandeleur, Depot Bait., Jftti/ary 

Knight of Windsor 20 June 64 

Care. Alfred Cape!, Grenadier Guards .... 24 Not. 63 

DanieU, Henry, Coldst. Gds 28 Not. 64 

d'Arey, Geo. A.K-, 8 W. I. R 7 July 67 

9 De Lacy, John, 39 F. 98 Not. 54 

De niton, Charles Albert, 69 F 98 Oct. 60 

-Denny. William, 71 F 20 June 54 

de Rottenburg, George, CB. 100 F. 98 Nov. 64 

de Saumaresjohn St.Ylncent.Iorrf.lO Drs. 20 June 54 
Donoraa, Thomas, Cape Mounted Rifles. . 80 July 60 

Dundee, Philip, 6 F 9 Not. 46 

Dyson, John Daniel, 9 Dr. Gds 28 Nov. 54 

Breleth, Fred. Charles, CB. 90 7., Barrack 

Master at the Curragh 19 May 68 

Fane, Francis, 95 F 28 Oct. 65 

Foley, Bom. Aug. Fred., Gr. Gds 20 June 64 

Francklya, Gilbert William, 17 F 28 Not. 64 

Fraeer. James, 79 F., Chief Commissioner 

of CUp of London Police 28 Not. 54 

9 Fraeer, William, 48 F 29 Aug. 57 

Gahan, Henry, 5 West India Regt 22 Feb. 63 

Gardiner. Richard, Inspecting Field Officer ... 26 Oct. 68 

Qibbec, John Geo. N..60F. 11 Not. 64 

Goulbora, Edward, Gr. Gds. 28 Nov. 54 

Graham, Jamee John, Unatt 26 Oct. 58 

Graham, WttBaae, Scot* Fus. Gds 9 Not. 46 

9 Qrahaen, WBAam, 9 F. 8 Sept. 67 

Gre e n we jodj O eor te, 9 Lite Ode 12 Jan. 88 

OtftorfjUmn J— - M., 8 W. I. R 15 May 67 



Hall, Thomas, Gr. Gds 11 Not. 61 

Hamilton, Sir Che. J. J. 2*r. OB. 8c.Fns.Gdi. 20 June 64 
9 Hamilton, John Potter, Jrff.8c.Fus.Gds. 12 Aug. 19 

Hammond, Fred., 75 F 20 June 54 

Harcourt, Francis Venablee, Coldst. Gds. . . 9 Not. 46 

Harvest, Hector, Unattached 29 June 60 

Hay, Alex. Sebastian Lelth, CB. 93 F. .. 16 Aug. 58 

Hay, Lord Edward, 7 Hussars 9 Not. 46 

Hill, Stephen John, CB.,2 W. I. Regt 28 Not. 54 

Holland, Launcelot, 54 F 4 June 14 

Hopwood, Herrey, Gr. Gds 22 Aug. 56 

9 SO Horton, George William, 7 Dr. Gds. 23 Nov. 14 
Houstouu, Alesander, Unattached 28 Not. 46 

Sl&i Hughes, Robert, 1 W. I. Regt 28 Not. 54 
ume, Henry, CB. Gr. Gds. Gent. at Arms 5 May 60 
J I 3& Hutchinson, ZTon.Henry Hely,6Drs. 28 June 88 
enkins, Richard, Unattached 3 June 62 

LKyle, Alexander, 26 F 20 Jnne61 
le, Henry Atwell, CB., Unatt. Commis- 
sioner of Dublin Metropolitan Police. . 24 June 66 

9 S£t Lane, Henry, Gr. Gds 28 June 88 

Law, Chsrles Edmund, 66 F 19 July 68 

9 WL Le Blanc, Francis, 46 F 28 Nov. 41 

Le Merchant, Thomas, 7 Dragoon Guards 26 Oct. 68 

Ei Leslie, Charles, JT27., Gr. Gds 9 Nov. 46 
iddell, Hon. Geo. Aug. Fred., Scots Fus. 

Gds., Treasurer toH.R.H. The Duke of 

Edinburgh 20 June 54 

OS Linton, John, Coldst. Gds Nov. 46 

Longden, Henry Errington, CB., 10 F 14 June 64 

Lowe, Arthur Charles, 11 F 15 Mar. 58 

Lumley, Frederlok Douglas, Unatt 24 Aug. 61 

M'Douell, James, late of 2 Life Guards. ... 10 April 47 
ATKerlie. John Graham, Royal Engineers 10 Juuc6l 

Mackay, Honevman, 17 F 20 June 64 

Maclean, Sir Charles Fits roy, Bt., 18 Drs. 9 Nov. 46 

Maltland, Fred. Thomas, It.p 26 Oct. 58 

Marty n, Francis Moun^oy,^ Life Guards 29 Aug. 58 
Massey, Hon. Nathaniel Henrj Charles,70F 20 J une 54 

Master, William Chester, CB. 28 F 27 Mnr. 68 

Moffat, Rowland, 1 West India Regt 1 M ay 61 

Moffatt, Kenneth Mackenzie, H. Canadian R. 12 May 68 

Monkland, George, 74 F 28 Nov. 54 

Murray, Lord James O. P. Scots Fus. Gds. 

Groom in Waiting to the Queen 20 Feb. 56 

Muter. Dunbar Douglas, 51 F 81 Mar. 65 

North, Charles Napier, 60 F 30 Mar. 65 

Ogllvie, Thomas, 9 Life Guard 28 Nov. 54 

Ouvry, Henry Alme, CB. 9 Lancers 5 Feb. 68 

Patience, James, 65 F 98 Nov. 64 

Penleaxe, Henry, Gr. Gds 20 June 54 

Penrhyn, Edw. Gordon, Lord, Scots Fus. 

Gds., Colonel, Carnarvon Mil 9 Nov. 46 

Phipps, Richard Leckonby, Unatt. Lt.Col. 

1 Somerset Militia 26 Oct. 68 

9 Pratt, Charles, 11 F 9 Not. 46 

Raltt, Charles Robert, Unatt. 28 Not. 64 

Ramsay, James, Unatt 90 July 60 

Reynardson, Edward Birch, CB. Gr.Gds.. 20 Juno 64 

?m Rlddleiden, John Buck, 27 F 1 Aug. 96 
obertson, James Alexander, 82 F 16 Sept. 67 

St. Quintln, Matthew C. D., 17 Drs 11 Nor. 01 

LSalwey, Henry, 2 Drs 98 Not. 41 
vage, John Morris, R. Art 14 Jan. 55 

Scott, J7*n.CharlesGrsditham,ScotsFus.Gds. 80 Jan. 66 

Scovell, Edward W. 96 F 8 July 61 

Bhute, Neville Hill, 64 F 60 Aug. 68 

811 lery, Charles, 80 F 31 Aug. 69 

Skeily, Francis, 37 F 28 Not. 54 

Skipwith, Henry, 43 F 98 Not. 54 

Smith, George Hankey , 78 F 28 Not. 54 

Smith, Wm. Robert Brudenell, unatt 16 Mar. 68 

Sterling, Sir Anthony Coningbam^CB.Un. 1 7 Oct. 67 
Suliran, George Augustus Filmer, 6 Drs. . . 16 June 60 

Swan, Graves Chamney, Unattached 28 Nov. 64 

Talbot, George, 48 F 18 Feb. 58 

Taylor, Phillpotts Wright Canadian Rifles. . 28 Not. 54 
Tempest, Thomas Richard Plumbe,98 F.. . 20 June 64 

Teulon, George, 16 F. 9 Not. 46 

Thomson, George Lai bam, 82 F 1 May 66 

Todd, George, Coldst Gds. 9 Nor. 46 

Travers, Frederick John, Roysl Artillery. . 1 Apr. 66 

Travera, John, Royal Artillery 24 Jan. 69 

Turner, Fred. Henry, Scots. Fus. Gds 20 June 64 

9 8aYandeleur,John,4Drs 28 Nor. 41 

Vyse, Geo. Howard, 2 Life Gds,, Gentle- 
man Usher in Waiting to the Queen .. 30 May 69 
Vyse, Rd. Henry R. Howard, R. Horse Ode. 28 Not. 64 
Wade, Hamlet Coote, CB. 13 F. U.Col. 

North Yorh MUUia 26 Oct. 68 

Walden, Arthur, Viscount, Gr. Gds 2 Not. 60 

Walpole, Horatio, 79 F " Not. 61 

Welleeley, Wm. Henry Ohas. 7 F 28 Not. 54 

Westmorland.F.W.H.tfoWQ/.CB.Cold.Gds. 11 Jan. 60 

Whjte, John James, 1 Dr. Gds 11 Nov. 61 

Wigram, Ely Duodecimus, Scots Fus. Gda. 11 Not. 51 
Wilbraham,jyon,Bdw.Booae,OoldstGds. 20 June 64 

9 eld Wild man, John, 1 Dr. Gds 98 Not. m 

Wllford, Ernest C. School of Musketry .. 96 April 68 



18 Lieutenant Colonel* who have retina by sale of their Commissions. 



Wise, Charles, 06 P.LI.CM.l Wonvick Mil. 28 Not. 54 
Wood, John Stewart, CB. 13 F. Inspector 

General of Irish Cons tabular y . % 12 Dec. 57 

« Wyati, Sir Henr j Robartes. *9 F 23 Not. 41 

Yarborouirh, Charles Cooke, CB. t 01 P.. ,. 88 Not. 54 
York*. Philip James, Scots Fus. Gdi Not. 40 

, M t ■ ...... 

LIEUttKAKT-C0t0»EL8. 

Addams, James, R. Art G Not. 27 

Allen, James 2 W. I. Regt Not. 40 

« Anderson, Joseph, f:/J. KH. 60 F 1 April 41 

Andros, William, 65 F 11 Hot. 51 

Anstrutker, Sir Robert, JJf.Gren. Guards . 17 May 61 
Armstrong, Alex. Boswell, Cape M. Rifles 6 Nor. 47 

Arthur, Thomas, 9 Dr. Gds 12 May 43 

Astley, John Dugdale, Scot* Fus. Guards. . 10 June 57 

Atcherlcy, Francis Topping, 3«F I April 03 

Atchison, Henry Alexander, 43 F 20 June 54 

Atkinson, Edward I). 87 F 20 Nov. 68 

Attye, Frincis Lionl Octavlu«, 2 F 10 Jan. 64 

Aflmer, Fred. Char Its, 89 F 2 Not. 65 

Babiugton, William, 7 Hussars 13 May 50 

Iroddeley, Wm. Henry Clinton, 40 P. .... 28 Mar. 65 

Raines, Cnihbert A., 10F 28 Oct. 58 

Barrett, Knox, 50 F 11 Not. 51 

Bitrron, Fenwick Boyce, 3 Dragoon Guards 1 April 59 

Barton, Hugh William, 00 F 30 Dec. 28 

Bsthurst, Fred. Thos. Arthur Hervey, Onn. 

Ods 18 Jan. 01 

Balhurst, Henrv, Scots Fus. Gde 13 Jan. 49 

Baxalgette, William Joseph, 37 P 21 Mar. 66 

Beaufort, Henry, Duke of, KG. Unatt 20 Oct. 68 

Beaumont, Godfrey Wentworlb, 8. F. Gds. 11 July 05 

L Beckham, Thomas, Unatt. 20 June 54 
ll.Wni.lSF * 90 Mar. 40 

Bennett, William, 48 F 10 Jan. 87 

Bertram, Charles Pelgue, 41 F 1 Jan. 08 

Bothune, Duncan M unro, F 24 Dec. 68 

Blckerstaff, Robert, 6 Dr. Gds 20 J uly 68 

Bigge, Wm. Matthew, 70 F ♦ . 28 April 47 

Biggs, Thomas, 60 F 1 Apr. f 6 

Bingham, George, Lord, Coldst. Guards.. 20 Dee. 50 
Blnney, Charles Richard, Royal Engineers 8 Mar. 67 

Blachford, Oswald Samuel, 16 Drs 20 June 54 

Black, George, 75 F 13 Feb. 50 

SOL Blathway t, Georgo William, IF 11 Nov. 61 

Blennerhftssttt, Barry, 71 F. . . . 7 Dec. 68 

Blomefleld, George, 7 Drs . 28 Not. 41 

Bloose, Edward Lynch, Unatt 20 July 60 

Boldero. Henry George, 38 F » 11 Not. 51 

Bond, Edward, Dcp. Batt 20 June 54 

Bond, Henry, 15 Hussars 11 Not. 51 

fionham, John Brathwalte, 60 F 14 Feb. 62 

Bouverie, Laurence Pleydell,78 F. Adjutant 

1 Cheshire Engineer Volunteers 20 July 58 

IB Bowen, Robert, Coldst. Gds.. . , 27 Jan. 82 

Boyle, Hon. William Georgo, Coldst. Gds. 

Lt.Coi. 2 Somerset Militia 19 Aug. 02 

Bradford, Ralph, Gr. Gds. 14 July 54 

BnmstoB, Thomas Harrey, Grenadier Guards 10 June 69 

Bridge, George, 9F 12 Mar. 01 

Brftco, Hy Iton, 2 Dr. Gdl 10 June 57 

Brown, Id ward John Yesey.00 F 27 May 00 

Brown, Robert Johnston, 14 Hussars .. ♦. 16 May 67 
Oft Browne, Barton Parker, 11 Drs. ...... II Not. 61 

9 Browne, George, CB. t 23 F 29 Nor. 41 

Ball, Fred. Geddes, Unatt 22 Sept. 66 

Bnrdeti, Charles Sedley, Coldst. Gds. «... 22 Aug. 64 

Bdrdett* Francis, 17 Drs 10 Oct. 48 

Burgoyne, Sir John Montagu, Bt. t Or. Gds. 80 Nov. 00 
Barton, Adolphus Wm.pes art, OB. 7 Dr.Gds. 1 June 02 
Bashe, William Dascou, 7 Hassan.. ...... 26 Apr. 50 

Butler, Edward Kent 8., 86 F 17 June 86 

Batt, John Wells, 86 F 26 Oct. 68 

Byng, Hon. Henry Wm. John, Coldst. Gdl. 2 May 66 

9 9BL Cadell. Charles, KH. 04 F 27 Sept. 83 

Caine, Wm. 26 F >« 11 Not. 51 

Caldwell, Wm. Btetterasan, 70 F ..20 Jnne 54 

Campbell, Arch. Campbell, Scots Fus. Ods. 12 June 60 

Campbell, Duncan, Unatt 21 Dec. 62 

Campbell, Henry Duodas, Unatt 28 June 88 

CampbeU, Bon. Hoary Walter, Coldst. Gds. 14 Aug. 66 

Campbell, James, 01 F 10 Aug. 48 

Campbell, John, 8 F. .«.. ». 11 Not. 61 

Campbell, P. Wm. FitxRoy, Scots Fas. Gds. Ndv. 88 

Carter, John Money, Unatt 20 Oct. 68 

Catsan, Matthew, Unatt 80 Jan. 63 

Cotnoatt, Son, Adolphus Fred., Unatt. ... 20 June 64 

Cavan, Philip Charles, 80 F 21 May 62 

Cecil, I*tti Eustace Henry B. G., Cold. Gds. 2 July 61 
Cssarterls, Bon. Rich., Scots. Fas. Gds. ... 11 July 64 

CMtwode, George, 8 Hussars 30 Mar. 08 

Chichester, Charles Raleigh, Depot Baft 1 Jan. 68 
Church, Sir Richard, CB.GCB. Greek L.I. 10 Nov. 12 

Churchill, Charles Henry Spencer, GO F 5 Sept. 66 

Cleatber, Edward John, 40 F 20 June 54 

Clephano, Robert Doogms, 79 F June 66 

Cockbnrn, Alexander, Unatt 1 Apr. 60 

Cocker, Barnard Wm. 88 F... 11 Nor. 61 



Cocks, Charles Lygon, Coldst. Gds. ...... 20 June 54 

Coke, Hon. Wenbam C W.. Scots Fus. Gds. 14 June 58 

Cole, Hon. Henry Arthur, Unatt 20 June 54 

Oolman, George Butter Trtscott, Unatt .... 26 Oct. 68 

Colmauj Thomas, F 20 June 64 

B Wi Colthurst, James Robert, 18 F 11 Not. 61 

f) Cooke, Sir John Henry, 21 F. Lieutenant 

of the Yeomrn of thi Guard 11 Nov. 51 

Cooper, Edwnrd Henry, GrenadiorGds. ... 17 Nov. 67 

Coote,ChldIey,81F 11 Not. 51 

9 S&l Coivell-Stepiie), John Stepney, KH. 

Cold. Gds 15 June 80 

Cox, Samuel Srmes, 50 F 13 July 65 

Crawley, Philip Biimbrook, Coldst. GUs. .. 13 Dec. 60 

Cross, William Jennings. Unatt 11 Nov. 51 

Cuddy, Alex. D.in'u-1, U. aif 26 Oct. 68 

Cumberland, Uentinrk Harry, IS P 11 Nov. 51 

dimming, Henry Wedderburne, Cold. Gds. \!7 May 53 

Cust.John Fra. Gr. Gds 16 Sept. 58 

$1 Ciifct, Hon. Peregrine Francis, 2:2 F Nor. 40 

Dalgniy, James W. 74 F i!0 July 55 

Dalxell, Hon. Robert Ales. Geo. (7?.03F. Nov. 54 
Dangan, Wm. Henry, Visr., Coldst. Gds... 17 Apr. GO 

Dashwood, Alexander Wilton, 74 P 23 Nor. 41 

Davis, Alfred 80 F II Nov. 51 

Day, Henry James, 99 F 18 Feb. 59 

Deare, Gcorao,2l F. Lt. Col. Com. IP*. 5«/*- 

folk Militia 28 Dec. 38 

De Bathe, Sir William Piunkett,Zfar/.63 F. April 25 

De Lancey, Peter, 75 P 3 April 49 

De Morel, Charles Carew, 42 F 10 Oer. 60 

Dennis, Morlev Stratford Tynte, 76 F. . . 2D Sept. 60 

9 De Visme, Francis, 80 F 11 Nov. 51 

Dickson, Graham Le Ferre, Unattached ... 8 June 62 

Disby, John Almerus, Gr. Gds 7 Dee. 5* 

Dillon, Francis William, 09 F 7 Dec. 47 

Silffl Disbrowe, George, KH. Gr. Gds. . . 17 Aug. 21 
ixon, John,Gr.Gd< 18 May 41 

Dixon, John, 78 F II Not. 51 

9 DotIc, Michael Taylor, Rifle Dr. ........ 10 Jan. 37 

9 9BA Drought, John Head, 15 F II Not. 61 

Duberley, George, 77 F 22 Dec. 48 

Dunlop, Alexander, 2 West India Regt. .. 19 April 64 

Duneraure, Charles, 49 F 15 Feb. 50 

9Bdmonds, Hamilton, 7 F 11 Not. 61 

9 Edwards, Hugh Gore, 10 F 10 Jan. 37 

Fane, Henry, 15 Drs 17 Oct. 37 

c. Fanshawe, Hew Dalrymple, Unatt 25 Oct. 59 

Farquhsrson, James Ross, Scots Fus. Gds. 16 Aug. 59 
Farrer.JamesSteadman Hawker, Coldst. Gds. 20 Apr. 61 

Fellden, Robert, 44 P 17 July 55 

9 Fendall, William, 4 Drs 24 Dec. 32 

Ferguson, George Arthur, Grenadier Gds. 18 July, 62 

Ferguson, Robert, 79 F 13 Mnr. 35 

Findlay, Alexander, 8 W. I. R 13 Feb. 52 

Fisher, Both Nuttall, 26 F 20 June 54 

Fisk, Wm. Hawley, 12 F.AdJ.S.DtronMH. 11 Nov. 51 

FitsGerald, Charles Lionel, R. Art 1 Apr. 55 

C. FltxGerald, Edward, KH. 98 P 16 June 25 

FitsRoy, Lord Frederic John, Gr. Gdt. .. 22 June 55 

Fits Roy, Hugh, Gr. Gdl 29 Dec. 40 

Forbes, John, Coldst. Gds 7 Aug. 40 

Forbes, Jonathan, 78 F 9 Nov. 40 

Forbes, John Alexander, 02 F 9 Nov. 40 

Forester, Ceell William, 52 F 22 Aug. 51 

Forester, Hon. Henry Townshend, Gr. Gds. 24 Aug. 52 

Fortescne, John Charles Wm., Unatt 2 Nov. 55 

Praser, Hon. Alex. Edward, Scots. Fus. Gds. 2 Feb. 58 
Freeman, Thomas lnlgo Wickham, 13 F.. . 11 Not. 51 

Gaisford, John William, 72 F 22 June 55 

Gnndy, Fred. Scots Fus. Guards 8 Oct. 40 

Gardner, James, 63 F. 1 1 Nov. 51 

Gardyne, Charles Greenhlll, Coldst. Gds... 22 May 60 

9 Garner, John Hutchinson, 98 F 11 Not. 51 

Gascolgne, Clifton, Grenadier Guards .... 10 May 05 

Glbbings.ThomsB, 2 West India Regt 20 Apr. 50 

Gilbert, Walter Raleigh, Royal Artillerv.. 13 Dec. 54 
Gilpin, Rd. Thos., Rifle Br. Col. Beds. Mil. 11 Not. 51 

Glegv, Edward Holt, Unatt 20 Oct. 58 

Gold, Henry Yarburgh, Unatt 20 June 51 

Gordon, John, 47 P 16 Dec. 50 

Gordon Sir William, Bart. 3 W. I. Regt. 20 June 54 
Gordon, Sir William, Bart. 17 Lancers .. 10 June 62 

Gore, Frederick William, 3 F 9 Ang. 63 

Gore,' James Pollock, 1 Foot 1 Apr. 06 

Gould, Francis Augustus, 48 F 11 Not. 51 

Grant, Alex. G., 86 F 31 Aug. 55 

Grant, John James, R. Canadian Rifles .. 12 M«r. 61 

Green, Charles Mtngaye, 80 F 12 Jan. 60 

Gray, Francis Douglas, 87 F 9 Not. 02 

Grove, Robert, 00 F 2 Not. 55 

Hagart, James M'Cnul, CB, f Hussars .... 14 Aug. 67 

II Ague, Charles Batnatd, 67 F 13 Oct. 60 

Hatnes, Edward Eld ridge, 92 F 14 Mar. 65 

Hnlkeft, James, Ooldst. Guards 20 June 5 1 

Hall, Charles, Scots Fus. Gds 13 Aug. 25 

»*MR Hall, George, 64 F 28 June 88 

Hamilton, Sir James John, Bart. 39 F. .. 9 Nov. 40 

Ham iMon, Louis Herrles, 87 F 9 Oct. 68 

Hamilton, Samuel B., 25 F ,, 94 Nor. 57 



Lieutenant Colonels who haw retired hy sale qJ their Ccmmwum* 19 



Harumfll, Thomas Cochrane, Ceylon Regt. 11 Nor. 61 

Hardin;, Benjamin, 2 Or. Gda 14 July 25 

Hardin?, William, *F 93 Nov. 41 

Hardinge, Henry, Rifle Brig. Qcstt.atArws 27 April 60 

Haniy, Jonas Pasley, Unatt 2tl Oct. 5i* 

Har.', Ban. Richard, 00 F '.. U Nov. 51 

H ar r us, 'riiomas, 03 P J una 50 

8C 1 Harrison, John Christopher, JT//.23 P. 22 July 80 
arrey, Henry B. 22 ¥ , aO June 54 

Hatton, V:]licrs La Touch*, Gr. Gds. .... 20 June 55 
Hanliain, Fr.d. William, Royal Artillery.. 1 Apr. 60 

Hanker, Charles, Unatt 11 July 60 

Hawkins, Seplimut Moore, 97 F. .. , SI July 60 

Hay f //o«. Charles Rowley, Scots Fu*. Gds. 21 Nov. 62 

H-*y, David. 6 Dr. Gds 1 Nov. 42 

Ha? garth. PrencK ScoU Fusilier Guards.. 14 July 54 

ll.-ird. William Hodder, h.p Nov. 66 

Henderson, F.dm. Yeninan-* Walcott, CB. 

R. Eng. Coot mis. of Metropolitan Police 96 Mar. 69 
lieneug", Michael Walker, Coldst. Gds. .. 21 Doc. 60 

;<:* Hewelt, William, 53 P ]Q Aug, 2» 

He> land, John Rowley, 7 F 90 June 54 

Hibbrrt, Edward George, Grenad!cr Guards 22 Oct. 61 
Hill, Geor.-e Stavi-lcy, RlQc Ilrigale .... 20 June 54 
Hill, Rich. Frtd.63F.Co/. Shropshire Mil. 13 May 36 

H illler, George K, 5 Lancers 2* Dee. 60 

Hogz, James Macnaghtm, 1 Lire Qds 22 June 55 

Ho 'den, Henry, 13 Drs 31 M»j 59 

Holder, Charles, Scots Fusilier Guards.... 17 Ant;. 55 

Ho roes, Thomas Edmon Is, 43 P 1 April 66 

fi£8 Home, Frmcis, Scots Pusi|ierGds... 15 Mar. 14 

Hood, Fra. Whrler, Vise, Gren. Gds 23 June 63 

Hudson, Joseph Henry, Gr. Gds. Superw- 

Undent of Army Clothing 16 May 45 

Hume, Gustavus, Unattached ..,,....., 17 Mar. 03 

H unt, Edmund D'Arcy, Dragoons 16 Peb. 61 

Hunt, William Thomas, 8 TV- \, Regt 5 Aug. 42 

Hunter, James, 10 F ]1 Nov. 51 

Hatching, William James, 19 F. 28 Jan. 62 

II u ten In son, Fred. Jas. Taggart, Unatt., 

Major Fife Artillery Militia 27 May 68 

Ibbetson, Charles Parke, h.u 17 May 60 

Inge, William, 8 F UNot. 51 

SB Jackson, Basil, R. Staff Corps Q Koy. 46 

James, Charles, 12 F. . , . , . , 20 June 58 

James, Demetrius wyndham Orevis, 2 P. 10 Mar. 61 
Jocelyn, Bon. John strange, Scots Fus. Gdl. 6 Nov. 64 
Johnson, Chardln Philip, 9 Lancers. 1 May 66 

J I 7<& Johnston, William Fredk., Gr.Gds.. 10 Jan. 97 
otmstone, George, 15 F , 23 Aug. 30 

Jones, Ebenexer, 60 F 11 Nov. 61 

Jones, Hugh Maurice, 79 F. It. Col. Oar* 

nareoatltire Militia 1 1 Feb. 69 

Jone*, luigo William, 11 Hussars 24 Dec. 52 

Jones, Thomas, 14 Dri 10 Jsn. 97 

Kayc, George Lister Lister, Unatt 11 Nov. 51 

Keane, George Michael, 9 F J 1 Nov. 61 

Kearney, Charles, 2 Dr. Gds 28 Oct. $7 

Kraling, James Singer, RifiV Brigade 11 Nov. 61 

Kenny, William Henry, Unatt 9 Apr. 6$ 

King, A. S. f 10 F 12 Aug. 19 

Kmgscote,R.K.F. . Cfi.8cotsFus.GdU. £r/ro 
Equerry to H.R.H. the Prince of Volt* 17 July 66 

Kirwau, Andrew Hyacinth, 95 F. 11 Nor. 61 

Kitchener, Henry Horatio, 9 F 5 Nor. 47 

Knox, Brownlow Wm., Scots Fus. Gds. 

U.CoU>ntl y Bucks Yeomanry •• 15 Nov. 99 

Knox, George, Coldst. Gds. 27 July 98 

Knox, William, 13 Drs 98 June 48 

Kyrle. John Ernie Money, h.p 23 Apr. 64 

Labalmondlere, Douglas W« P., late h.p. 
Assist. Commissioner of Metro*. Police . . 7 Sept. 67 

Lftmotte, Charles Wyndham, Unatt 20 June 54 

Lane, Henry John Bagot, Coldst. Gds 80 Mar. 67 

Lajard, Bernard Granville, h p 24 Dec. 58 

Leach, George Archibald. Royal Engineers 31 Jan. 60 

Leake, W. M. f Royal Artillery 4 June 18 

Ltarmonth, Alexander, 17 Lancers ...... 1 July 59 

Le Contour, John, 20 F 11 Nov. 51 

Le Couteur, John Hslkett, Coldst. Gds... 18 Nor 56 
Ltitrim.W., Ear/ 4/; 61 F 20 Juno 54 

ICQ, Lennox, Lord George, 6 Drs 12 June 28 
wes, John, 3 West India Regt 7 May 68 

Lewis, John Ed ward, 88 F 20 Die 56 

Undesny, Patrick, 63 F. 9 Mar. 65 

Und<ay, Hon, Charles Hugh, Gr. 04* 14 July 54 

Lbadsell, Robert Henry, 2o > 26 Dec 68 

lister, Fred. D.6Drs 2 Nov. 55 

Loftus, Ferrari, Gr.Gds. Col. 3 IT. York Mil. 27 Doc 33 

Loaf, Samuel, Gr. Gds 18 Sept. 27 

Lowndes, John Henry, F. Oent. at Arms 6 June 60 
F« Lord Lindsay, Rob. J., Scots Pus. Gds. 
Li Col. Bon. Art. Company of Loudon .. 22 July 59 

9 <£L Luard. John, 90 F 28 June 38 

Lashington, Franklin, CB. Scots Fus. Gds. 20 June 54 

Lyon, George. Unatt 11 Nov. 51 

Lys, George Mowbray, CB. 20 F 15 May 56 

9 «a M«AJeeter,Ch*. Arcb.,itff.OeylQuRgt. 8 June 26 
X'Barttft, Alexander Cockburn, 79 F 88 Apr. 66 



lTBegn, William, 1 West India Regt, ,, 18 Dec. 06 

M'CaK, James, 8 Drs 17 Sept. 41 

M'Call, William, Unatt.CVrrA of the Cheque 
and Adj. Corps of Gentlemen at Anas 2 Nov. 55 

Macbeath. George, CB. % Depot Unit 20 June 54 

Macdouuld, Alexander, 68 F. , 20 June 54 

Macdonell, George, CB. 79 K 24 Feb. 41 

MucGrc^or, Malcolm, Unattached ....,,., 10 May 59 

Mackny , Henry Fowler, 70 K. , . , 20 June 54 

MRckt'y.Jolm Alex., 57 F , 20 June 55 

V M'Niven, Thomas William Ogllvy, 70 P.. . 81 Dec. 4] 

, Man-herson, Duncan, 42 P 10 Jan. 31 

Malei, Charles St. Lo, 8 K ,.. 25 Ocf. 42 

I Manner*, Herbert Russell, D> pot BaU.., . \ Feb. 66 

1 Mansergh, John Craven, 25 F. ,.., 26 Oct. 58 

| Marryut, George, 23 P 11 Nov. 61 

?l I® Marshall, William, Insp. Field O^cer 10 July 9Q 
iartiu, Thomas, IF *. 7 Apr. 65 

! Massy, Gudfrev Wm. Hugh, Unatt June 56 

I \Uihl\*^.,Qi'r'.Lt.CoL9 Lancashire Mil 20 June 54 
UMidc,Q.\*Mt>y,CR.R.\rl.CroicuEquerry2* Feb. 66 

Maxwell, Charles Fr«»ncis, 82 P 27 Oct. 48 

Maxwell, Hon. James Pierce, 50 P 12 Dec. 64 

Mayers, John Perkins, 86 F 23 Apr. 60 

Maynard, Edmund Gillin?, 88 F 26 Apr. 59 

Messiter, John, 28 F 24 Aug. 42 

Millor, James, II Hilars 8 Mar. 59 

Miller, Thujas 81 F...., 8 Sept. 50 

Mockler, William EiIiot,4 Wen India Regt. 23 Mar. 60 

Mollan, William Campbell, CB. 96 F 20 July 58 

9SaMolloy.John.9F llNov.51 

Monckton, Hon. Horace Manners, 3 H use art 12 June 60 
Montgomery, Lambert Lyons, 8, F. Gds„ 

now Paymaster 5 Dr. Gds 15 July 64 

Montresor, Henry Edward, Gr. Gds 6 Nov. 64 

Moore, Henry, 21 P 11 Noy. 31 

Morey, A. G., Earl o/,d». P >2QOc%. 63 

9 Morris, Sir George, 40 P 4 June 14 

Mostyn, Hon. Uo^r, Scots Fusilier Guards 20 Dec. 69 
Mure, William, Scots Fusilier Guard,! .. .. 10 Dec. 59 

Murray, Chatles, Unatt 17 July 00 

Murray, John, Grenadier Guards 21 Sept. 60 

Murray, John Digby, 5 Dr. Gds. ... t H Nov. 51 

ti Muter, flolwrt R. Canadian Rifles 9 Feb. 49 

Nay lor, James Sadler, 8 Hussars 31 Jan. 5$ 

Need, Arthur, 14 If u«sara, Etwy*, Yromenof 

the Guard , ■ It Jan. 63 

Neville, Edward, Scots Fusilier Guards. . . , 28 Noy. ISfi 

Newdigate, Francis Wm., Coldst. Gds 4 Sept. 64 

Newton, Wm. Henry, KfJ. Canadian Rifles 28 June38 
Nicholson, Thomas William, KB., 55 P... 28 June 89 

N icoll, Samuel John Luke, 80 F 4 Aug. 46 

Nlcnlls, George Green, 1 Dr. Gds 23 Nqv. 41 

Northey,William Brook, 1 F 11 Nov. 51 

Nugent, Sir George Edmund, Bart, Gr.Gds. Q Jan. 38 

Nugent, James, 36 F 9 Aug, 00 

Om-low, Arthur Edward, Scots Fus. Gds. . 1Q Dec. 47 

9 O'Reilly, Anthony Alex., Unatt 9 Nqv. 46 

Or me, William Knox, 10 F , 24 Juqe 5.9 

Ormsby, Anthony, Unattached 27 Dec. 6Q 

ffiEl Packe, George Husspy, 43 F, . . . r . . . . U Nqv. 5,1 
Paget, Patrick L. C, Scots Fus. Gds. ,,.. 6 Xqt> 54 

Palmer, John, 34 F 28 Nuv- 54 

Parlhy, George, 4 F U tfqy. *l 

fi (Sffl Paschal, George Fred., Depot Butt. 

Chief /tup. of Metropolitan Police. ... 1 1 Nov. 61 
Peterson, Jnmes, 3 P 90 juqe 54 

fPearce, William, KB. Coldst. Gdl.,... 89 Aug. 26 
earson, Charles, p F U VqV 81 

Pearson, Richard Lyons Olwny, Gr. Gds 37 Dec. 64 

Phillipps, Henry, 6 F ,..,. 11 Nov. 61 

Phillott, Fred. J.. Unatt ,, 86 Oct. 58 

Pilgrim, John Bunct-, 8F 26 Dae. 69 

Pitf, Bon. Horace, R. Horse Gds 2 Sept. 63 

Pitts, Francis, Unatt 20 Juqe 54 

Portal, Robert, 6 Lancers 12 Mar. 61 

Porter, John, 67 F 8 Aug, 60 

Pottinger, William, 6 F 9 May 45, 

Powell, Henry Cloringbold, Staff Officer of 

Penslomrs .,, 17 July 69 

Pretyroan, Willintn,, 6Q F. . ,..,♦ 20 Dec. 56 

Prevost, Charles, 2 West India Rent, .... 23 Mar. 67/ 
9 Raines, Joseph Robert, 95 p. Military 

Knight of Windsor , 11 Nov, 61 

«l$l Rainfqrth, William, 68 F. AJlfitory 

Knight of Windsor , 20 J una 54 

Randolph, John Weech, 57 F ,. U Nqy. 51 

9Rawstorne, Johq Qeurge,17F 26 Dec. M 

Rpady, Charles, 71 F 9 Mar. 55 

Reed, Thomas, 70 F 30 Dec. 47 

Reeve, John, Gr. Gds 20 June 64 

RichardBon, Fred., 80 P 20 June 6t 

Roberts, P. Thomns, Qr. Gds 81 Pec 14 

Robertson, Archibald, 25 F II Nov. 51 

Robeson, George, Military Train 16 Jan. 57 

Robinson, John George, Scots. Fus. Gds.. . 12 Aug. 87 

Rockc, Richard, 72 F 1& Aug. 62 

Romer, Robert William, 60 P 18 July 66 

Homllly, Frederick, Scots Fas. Gds. 99 Je^. 47 



20 Lieut.Colonels and Majors who have retired by sale of their Commissions. 



Rook*, WUlougfaby Sandilands, 9. F. Gdf . 5 Jan. 66 
Rose, John Rom Holden-, 17 Lancers .... 17 Sept. 67 

Rotbe, Lorento, 08 P 21 Feb. 62 

Rous, George Grey, Gr. Gds 15 July 68 

Rowley, Sir Charles, Bart. Drs 31 Aug. 30 

fl Rudsdell,. Sir Joseph, Or. Gds. KCMG... 15 Aug. 26 

Rimell, Andrew Hamilton, 58 P 6 June 56 

V(tt Russell, Sir Charles, Bart. Gr. Gds. .. 28 Apr. 58 
Russell, Lord Charles Janaei Fox, 60 P. 

Serg. at Arm* to the House of Common* Not. 46 

Russell. Fred. Browne, Unatt. 1 Mar. 60 

Ruttledge, Thomas Ormsby , St F 12 Nov. 62 

o Ryan, George A., 70 F. 21 Mar. 65 

Rynd, M'Kay, 62 F 20 Apr. 64 

Sampson, William Henry, Rifle Brigade ... 20 June 64 

MR Schrelber, George, 38 F 11 Not. 61 

Scott, Richard Andrew, OF. .20 June 54 

Scott, Wm. Glendonwyn, 01 F 31 Aug. 65 

Sealy, Francis, b. p IS Feb. 50 

9 JJQ Sedley, Anthony Gardiner, 8 W. I. R. f 

Military Knight of Windsor 16 Sept. 46 

Sharp, Henry Jelf , Scots Fusilier Guards. . 29 Nov. 64 

Shearman, John, 48 F 11 Nov. 61 

9 Simmons, Joseph, CB. 41 F 1 Nov. 48 

9 Slater, John James, 82 F 10 July 47 

Small, Robert, 25 F 11 Nov. 51 

Smith, Thomas Hardwick, 8W.I.U. 16 Nov. 60 

Somerville, Thomas Henry, 3 F 17 Sept. 58 

Spencer, Hon. George Augustus,Coldst.Gds. 20 Dec. 44 

Splcer, William Fred., 78 F 4 June 11 

Stanley, Hon. Charles James Fox, Gr.Gds. 

Col. 7 Lancashire Militia 30 Oct. 40 

Stevenson, Thomas, 80 P 11 Nov. 51 

Stewart, Donald, Unatt. Paymaster R. Art. 26 Oct. 58 

St. Maur, Edward, 61 P 4 July 45 

Straubeniee, Frederick Van, 13F 1 Apr. 66 

Stracey, Edward John, Scots Put. Gds 24 May 50 

Strachan, Henry Augustus, 30 P 2 Nov. 55 

9 Stretton, Severus William Lynam, 40 P. 6 May 42 

Stuart, Hon. James, Rifle Brigade 19 May 63 

Stuart, Jas. Fred. Dudley Crichton, Gr. Gds. 10 June 55 

Taylor, Alexander, Unatt 23 Aug. 61 

Temple, John, 60 F 11 Nov. 51 

Thellusson, Alexander Dalton, 72 P. 20 July 58 

Thomas,HenryJohn,R.Art.,jrefttArt.Jftr. 88 Feb. 66 

Thompson, Charles William, 58 F 4 May 60 

Thompson, John Wycliffe, 7 Dr. Gds 11 Apr. 62 

Thynne, Lord William, Gren. Gds 81 Aug. 88 

Tipping. Alfred, Gren. Gds 11 Jan. 58 

Tobin, John, Unattached 26 Oct. 58 

9C2B Toroklnson, William, 83 F 10 Jan. 37 

9 Toole, William, 82 F. 11 Nov. 51 

Tottenham, Charles Geo., Scots Fui. Gds.. . 15 Juno 60 

e. Touzel, Thomas Percival, 27 F 12 Oct. 57 

Tremayne, Arthur, 13 Drs 81 Feb. 60 

Trench, Power Le Poer, 2 Dr. Gds 11 Nov. 51 

Trevelyan, James Harington, Unatt 28 Nov. 54 

Trotter, Robert Knox, 28 F II Nov. 51 

Try on, Thomas, 7 F 29 May 63 

Tyler, George Henry , 4 F 26 April 60 

Unwin, Robert, 6 Foot 26 April 66 

Ussher, John, 05 F 20 June 54 

Tan Oortlandt, Henry Clinton, 31 P 30 Dec. 48 

9 Vender Meulen, Charles James, 78 P. . . 8 April 42 

Vandeleur, Robert, 80 F 23 Nov. 41 

Vansltlert, Robert, Coldst. Gds Nov. 46 

Vaughan, Eugene James, 37 F 1 May 50 

Veitch, Thomas George, Unatt. 20 Jnne 54 

9 8BVerner,S<rWilllam,B<rrt.,JrC77.12F. 24 Dec. 18 
Vernon, George Augustus, Coldst. Gds. ... 25 April 48 

Wake, Richard William, h.p 20 June 54 

Wallace,S»rW.Tho.Fra.Agnew,J?*.Gr.Gds. 20 July 60 

id Wellington, J. 0., 10 Hussars 3 April 46 

Ward, Bernard Edward , 60 Rifles 5 Jan . 64 

Ward, Francis Beckwitb, Royal Artillery.. 28 Nov. 60 

Ward, John, 27 P 6 July 57 

Watson, Albert, Unatt 26 Oct. 58 

Watson, Charles Edward, 7 F 21 Nov. 62 

Waugh, William Petrie, 16 Drs 20 June 54 

Hft Webster, James Carnegie, 1 8 F 11 Nov. 5 1 

West, John Temple Temple-, Gr. Gds .... 6 July 52 

Westropp, Bdward Henry, 28 F 12 June 60 

Wheatley, William, Scots Pus. Gds 18 Mar. 50 

Wheeler. John Ross, 20 F 26 Oct. 68 

White, George Francis, 81 F. 12 Dec. 64 

White, Thomas, 40 F 12 Aug. 68 

9 Wightman, George, 48 F. 11 Nov. 51 

Wilkinson,Henry Green, Scots Fus. Gds.. . 3 Nov. 64 

Williamson, John, Unatt 26 Oct. 58 

Williamson. William, 85 P 9 April 64 

Wilson, Charles Townshend, Coldst. Gds.. 8 Dec. 54 
Winchester, John, Marq. of, 10 Hussars, 

Col. Hampshire Militia 30 Dec. 26 

Wortley, Arch. Henry P. Stuart, Unatt. . . 16 Feb. 62 
Wrsgge, Alfred Rotnaine, Roysl Artillery 1 April 60 
Q21 Wyndham, Charles, 2 Drs. Keeper of 

the Regalia, Tomer 30 Dec. 87 

Toung, James, 15 Drs 11 Nov. 51 

Young, William Pym, 65 F 30 July 60 



MAJ0BS. 

9 Adair, James, Unatt 12 Dec. 26 

Adair, James Wallace Dunlop, 5 F 7 Nor. 62 

Alcock, Thomas St. Leger, 05 F. Lt.-Col. 

Commandant 1 Middlesex Militia .... 2 Feb. 44 

Aldrldge, John, 21 F 6 June 56 

Allen, Ralph Shuttleworth, R. Art 86 Oct. 58 

Altham, Wm. Surtees, 83 F 16 Mar. 58 

Amslnck, William, 58 F 28 Nov. 41 

Anderson, Wm. H. H.,61 F ] Dec. 54 

Arbuthnot, William Wedderburn, 18 Hussars 17 Nov. 63 

Archer, William Henry, 16 Drs 16 May 45 

Armstrong.Thomas Prlaulx 8t.George.40 P. 4 Aug. 63 
Armstrong, William Bruce, 7 Dragoon Gds. 21 Mar. 68 

Armstrong, William Calrnes, 15 F 24 Jan. 00 

Ashmore, William, 16F. 21 Aug. 40 

Atherley, Pra. Henry, Rifle Br 20 July 68 

9 ffl» Austin, William, 60 F 4 July 45 

Aylmer, Charles William, 66 F 21 Apr. 63 

Aylmer, George Edward, 40 F Nov. 40 

9 381 Bacon, Anthony, 17 Drs 31 Dec. 25 

9 fflffl Bacon, Ceesar, 28 Drs ,. 10 Jan. 37 

Bagot, George, 17 F. lOOct. 40 

Bailie, James, 87 F 18 Dec. 00 

Bsird, Sir David, Bart. 08 F 24 Mar. 58 

Baker, Thomas Richard, 7 F. 31 Aug. 38 

Balfour, Francis Walter, Rifle Br 6 June 56 

Barbor, Rob. Douglas, 40 F.Barraekmaeter 

Glasgow HNov.51 

Barclay, Edward, Unatt 20 Feb. 50 

Baring, Henry Bingham, 1 Life Gds 16 Nov. 30 

Barnard, Robert Cary, 41 P Mar. 50 

Barnston, William, 55 F 8 Oct. 58 

Barry, William Henry, 78 F 29 Nov. 64 

Baskerville, John, 14 Hussars 18 June 68 

Basset, Wm. West James, 04 P 24 Oct. 65 

Bathurst, Benjamin, R. Art 26 Oct . 68 

Battley, D'Oyley Wm., 77 P n Nov. 51 

Bayley, John Arthur, 52 F....... 10 Jan. 58 

Beamish, N. L., Unatt so Dec. 20 

Beare, William Gabbett, IP Nov. 46 

Beauclerk, Lord George Aug., 6 Dr. Gdi.. . 10 Feb. 54 

Beete, John Picton, 21 F. 26 June 38 

Beli, Cha. Harland, Cape M. Rifles 6 June 56 

Bell, Robert. 5 Dr. Gds. Captain, Northum- 
berland Yeomanry n Nov. 61 

Bell, William Morrison, 3 Hussars 18 Oct. 64 

9 Bent, John, 5F 22 July SO 

Bere, Edward Baker, 16 Drs 10 June 46 

Beresford, Sir Geo. de la Poer, Bt. 7 F. . . Nov 40 

Beresford, Right Hon. William, 43 F 4 Jan. 3 1 

Bernard, Thomas, Unatt 7 Sept. 65 

Best, Maudlstly Gaussen, 25 F. 20 J uly 5« 

Best, Thomas Charles Hardinge, 72 F. . . 19 Aug. 62 

Beswick, Frederick. Unatt 9 Feb. 63 

Bethune, Robert, 02 F. 7 Dec. 58 

Bird, Bdward M., 1 F 4 Junel4 

Bird, Henry Charles, 47 P.. 10 Jan. 58 

Blrtwhlstle, John, 7 F 25 Sept. 60 

Blackburn, John, 85 F. 28 Dec. 40 

Blakeney, Robert. 48 F 6 June 56 

Bllsh, Frederick Cherburgh, 41 F 26 Dec. 56 

Bligh, George Waldegrave, 60 F ; 24 A pril 68 

Blood, Francis Gamble, 68 F 26 Dec. 65 

Ve. Bogle. Andrew Cathcart, 10 Y 25 Apr. 65 

Bolleau, Charles Lestock, RifleBr 4 Dec. Sff 

Boissier, John William, 87 F. 7 Jan. 64 

Bonnor, Thomas, Ceylon Rifles 28 June 38 

Borrow, John, 18 F 18 Sept. 57 

Borrowes, Sir Erasmus, Bart. Depot Batt. 25 May 60 

Bott, Thomas, 6 Dr. Gds 20 July 58 

Bourchier. James Johnes, 52 F 20 Apr. 60 

Bowdeu, Herbert George, 22 F 5 Mar. 58 

Bowler, John, 80 P 4 Mar. 37 

Bowness, John, 67 F 9 Nor. 48 

Boyle, Hon. Edmund John, 85 F 5 April 66 

Boys, Henry, 76 F. 9 Nov. 40 

Brabazon, James Du Pre, Unatt 8 July 50 

Brabazon, Hugh, Military Train 20 June 54 

9 322 Brady, William S. Richardson, 36 P. . 28 June 38 

Brannan, James, Unatt \\ Jan. 68 

Briggs, George, 1 Dr. Gds 8 June 63 

Brlnghurst, John Henry, 00 P 22 Dec. 48 

Browne, Hon. George Aug., 64 F 1 Dec. 37 

Browne, George Richard, 60 P 4 June 58 

Browne, Lord Richard Howe, 06 F. 20 May 6.H 

Brownell, Joseph, 5 West India Regiment. . 15 Sent. 64 
Bruce, Wm.Tyrrell,18F.A<r>Mf<w^ , sQ>.lf«/. Dec. 58 

Burke, William, Unatt 21 Julv 30 

Burridge, John Osborne, Unatt 20 April 66 

Burslem, Rollo Gillespie, 13 F 8 Nov. 60 

Bush, Henry Stratton, 100 F 7 Nov. 50 

Bush, Robert, 96 P. , 9 Nov. 46 

Butler, Waller, Unatt '.,, Nov' 66 

P Cttirnos, Geo , 36 P. 4 IF. York Militia 4 Dec! 32 
Cnlrnes, William Henry, 3 F 28 Jul j 61 



Majors who have retired by sale of their Commissions. 



Campbell-Renton, Arch. Colin, 42 F. 12 Dec. 64 

Campbell, Colin, 31 F. 20 June 54 

Campbell, B. 8. Norman, 00 F Nov. 46 

Campbell, Fred. Charles, 87 F 90 Oct. 68 

Campbell, FraL, Gene Mounted Riflemen ..96 Oct. 68 
Campbell, Henry Wot ton, 79 F. Governor 

of Military Prison** Cork 96 Dec. 56 

Campbell, John Cameron, 9 Dre 7 J une 49 

Campbell, Robert, 46 F 16 May 45 

Campbell, Thomas Bdmund, Unatr 4 Nov. 40 

Cusnpeie, Geo. Richard, Ceylon Rifles .... 96 Oct. 68 

Ceray. Charles Le Mesurier, 63F 6 June 56 

Cartyon, Thomas Tristram Spry, 3 Dr, Gds 97 June 54 
Carpenter, George William Wallace, 32 F. 18 May 59 

Csssidr, Francis P., 34 F 30 July 58 

Cay, Bostace, 70 F. 91 Mar. 65 

Cbadmiek, Robert, 14 Hussars 15 May 67 

Charlewood, John, 62 F 11 Nov. 51 

Charter, Ellis James, 11 F. 8 Mar. 59 

Christie, Wo. Harris, 80F 9 Nor. 88 

Clapeott, Che. 32 F. Adj. Dorset Militia.. 26 Sept. 68 

Clarke, John Stephens, 72 F 7 Mar. 62 

Cloves, George Oooch, 8 Hussars 7 Dec. 68 

Cochran, James, 41 F. 28 Nov. 41 

Coekburn, Thomas Hugh, 43 F. 20 July 58 

9 Oocktmrn, Won. Horace, 05 F 28 June 38 

Cueka, Octavius Yorke, 4 F 95 May 60 

Collum,John Dearing, 87 F 93 Mar. 66 

Cook, Rde/inAdolpbus, 11 Hussars 12 Dec. 54 

Cooke, Bdward Bowen, 88 F. 7 Mar. 62 

Cooper, Godfrey, Military Train 16 June 68 

Corbett, William, 69 F 16 Oct 58 

Cornwall. George, 93 F 94 Mar. 58 

Co«ren.Jame»D.. 6 Dragoons 26 July 58 

Cowper, Andrew John, 15 F .. 1 Mar. 64 

Creagb, James Henry, 27 F. 10 July 63 

Croker, Edward, 06 F 8 July 56 

Croker, Wflham, 27 F 27 Mar. 68 

Crumble, Alexander, 73 F 6 Mar. 61 

Creese, Joshua Grant, 68 F. 26 Dec. 56 

CnA,£irOnarles Fred. Wheeler, JfoW. 66 F. 26 April 59 

Carrie, George Alfred, 75 F 90 June 54 

9BL DanleU, John, 66 F. Bmrradk Master at 

Deoo mp ort 9 Mar. 89 

D*Arcy, OUver Barker, Cape M. Riflemen.. 30 Sept. 56 
Darroeh, Donald George Angus, 51 F. .... 90 June 54 

Dartnell, John George, 97 F. 19 Jan. 64 

Davies, Joseph, 83 F 90 June 64 

Dawe. Charles, 8 F 10 Jan. 87 

Dennis. John Fits Thomas, 95 F 99 Dec. 54 

9 De Rmuy, George Webb, 4 Drs. Barrack 

Mooter. Exeter 10 Jan. 37 

De Wioton, Charles Lorenzo, 76 F 94 May 69 

Dickson, Alexander George, 1 8 Drs 3 July 60 

9 Drake, Sir Thos. T. F. B., Bart., 52 F.. . 96 May 14 

Drew, Browning, 76 F 24 Mar. 68 

4£l Drove, Bdward Ward, 88 Foot 9 June 37 

Docket*, Sir George Floyd, Bart. 8 W. I. R. 11 Nov. 51 

Duff, James, 93 F 20 July 68 

Dunbar, Penrose John, 3 F 20 May 64 

Dandae, Thomas, 19 F 31 Jan. 64 

Dyne, Muagrave James Bradley, 9 Lancers 10 May 61 

Dysart,ConoIiy,108F 90 July 58 

Dyson, Edward, S Dr. Gdi 8 April 53 

Kdlmaan, Joseph Ernst, 1 Dragoon Guards 92 July 68 

Elliott, Rlchardl 9 West India Regt. 1 J uly 51 

FJIiaoa, Rich. Geo., 47 F. (lent, at Amu. . 91 Nov. 62 

BlmesU, Wm. de Cardonnel, 1 Drs. 12 Dec. 54 

Elton, Isaac, 45 F 9 Nov. 46 

Erroll, Wm. Harry, Sari of. Rifle Br 19 Dec. 54 

ErsUno, Mom. David, 91 F. Colonial Secre- 
tary** Natal 2 April 65 

Brans, Richard John, 16 F 28 Oct. 60 

Falconer, Hon. Cha*. James Keith-, 4 Dm. 8 May 60 

Fanning. Matthew, 27 F 1 Apr. 66 

Fawkes, Richard, 97 F 16 Nov. 41 

Ffreoeh, Bdward, 74 F 10 Jan. 37 

FitsGerald, William Hervey , 68 F 9 Oct. 63 

FiUHerbert, Richard Henry, Rifle Br 3 July 47 

Fletcher, RIehard IFOrly, 1 W. I. Regt... 26 Oct. 68 

Fletcher, William, 44 F 6 June 66 

Forbes, George, 3 Drs 20 June 64 

Forbes, Lachlan, 31 F , 19Peb.61 

Forbes, William. 77 F 20 Dec. 54 

Ford, George, 36 F 13 May 26 

Forsyth, Gsrrard John, 57 F 96 Dec. 66 

Forster.John, 6Dr.Gds..... 90 July 58 

Forster, John Philip Bohun, 83 F. 7 A pr. 65 

Foster, Charles Marshall, 14 F 24 Mar. 68 

Pother*?!!, William, 50 F 23Nor.41 

Fowke, John S. Ferguson, 54 F 17 Feb. 65 

BSCl Frater. James, 34 F 10 Jan. 87 

Freer, Daniel Gardiner, 17 F 12 Nor. 47 

Prend, Geo. 96 P- Jf. Ttpperary Militia. . 20 June 54 

Pyfle, David, 44 P. 4 June 13 

Fylfe, David, 46F 16 Dec. 63 

Gage, Sir Edward. Bart. Scots Pus. Gds. . . 28 J une 38 

Gavin. Goorge CHalloran, 16 Drs 10 Dec. 47 

» Gel), Thomas, 29 F 99 June 16 



21 

Gerard, Sir Robert Tolver, Bt. 68 F. Lt. 

Col. Lancashirs Hussars 11 Nov. 61 

Glllman, Bennett Watkins, 19 F 20 June 54 

Gillum. Pridcaux William, 64 F 11 Nov. 57 

Godley, Henry Robert Crewe, 28 F 6 June 56 

Goodwyn, Henry William, Unatt 24 Dec. 60 

Gordon, Duncan, 59 F 4 July 34 

Gordon, 8tephen Bilton, 45 F 20 April 60 

Gordon, Webster Thomas, 66 F 1 Jan. 59 

Gore, Annesley Paul, 63 F 10 Nov. 37 

Gore, James Arthur Charles, 71 F 4 Mar. 69 

Gore, William Richard Ormsby, 18 Drs. . . 12 Oct. 52 

v Gosset,JohnN. Rifle Brigade 25 May 35 

Graham, Charles Campbell, 42 F 2 Nov. 66 

Graham, George, 1 W.I. R 7 June 82 

Grant, Patrick Jsmes John, 7 F Jan. 63 

Grantham, Bdward, 98 F 12 Mar. «4 

Granville, Bevil, 23 P., Gent, at Arms. 26 Apr. 59 

Granville, Fred., 23 F. 2 Warwick Mil... 19 May 46 

Green. Andrew, 48 F. 13 Dec. 58 

Green, Bdward Lyster, 77 F 15 Feb. 61 

Greene, William, 61 F. 8 Mar. 14 

Greenwood, J., 9 Drs 81 Dec. 27 

Grelg, John James, CB. 24 F. Chief Con- 
stable, Liverpool 20 June 54 

Gresson, William Henry, 66 F 1 Mar. 64 

Hall, Samuel Madden Francis, 76 F 11 July 87 

Halliday, George Edmund, 89 F 26 April 59 

Halton, Lancelot, 16 Lancers 8 Oct. 62 

Hamilton, Bon. Robert Baillie, 44 F 15 Feb. 61 

Hamilton, William Digby, 13 Drs 14 Feb. 46 

Hammond, Lawrence Nicholas Dyre, 90 F. 9 Jan. 68 

Hare, Thomas, Cape Mounted Rifles 26 Oct. 68 

9 WL Hare, William Henry, 51 F 10 Jan. 37 

flgft Head. Sir Francis Bond, Bart.,KCH. 23 Dec. 28 

Heigbaro, Clement Henry John, 17 F 17 May 61 

U<tt Heneage, Clement Walker, 8 Hussars 20 July 68 

Herbert, Arthur, 39 F 20 June 54 

Hill, Dudley Clarges, 40 F 18 Feb. 61 

Hill, Edward, 96 P 11 Nov. 51 

Hill, Lord, George Augusta, Unatt. ...... 6 July 30 

Hill, James Morris, Military Train 4 Nov. 69 

Hill, Sir John, Bart.l 7 Lancers 20 July 58 

Hlnchcllir, Chamberlain Henry, Unatt. .. 25 Sept. 60 
Holmes, James Nicol, Canadian Rifles. . . 29 Dec. 64 
9 Hopkins, Sir John Paul, KH.,98F. Mili- 
tary Knight of Windsor... 5 Nov. 95 

Hume, Alexander, 101 F 20 July 58 

Hunt, John, Unattached 15 Jan. 58 

Hunter, Edward, 62 F 10 Nov. 65 

Hutton, Thomas, 4 Drs 6 June 56 

Ince, Ralph Plggolt, Rifle Br 11 Nov. 61 

Ind, Fred. John Nash, 87 F 29 May 66 

Inglis, Raymond, 7F 6 J une 56 

Inglit, William, 5 Dragoon Guards ...... 13 Dec. 54 

9 Jacks, Walter, 7 Dr. Gds 10 Jan. 37 

Jackson, Geo. Wm. Collins. 7 Hussars .... 20 Feb. 56 
Jary, Robert Herbert Heath, 12 Lancers .. 11 Feb. 62 

Jeffery, John Morton, 98 F 28 May 52 

Jelf-Sharp, Henry, 86 F 23 Nov. 41 

Jervis. Kdw. Lennox, 6 Dragoon Guards 31 Feb. 60 

Jervoise, Jerroise Clarke, Depot Batt. .... 20 July 58 
Jocelyn, £Ton. Aug. George Fred.,6 Dr. Gds. 20 June 64 

Johnstone, Robert Beck ford, 45 F 18 June 61 

Jones, William Prime, 65 F 11 Nov. 61 

# Judge, Arthur. 1 W. I. R 10 Jan. 37 

Julius, William Mavor, 6 Drs 11 Nov. 51 

Kalns, Thomas, 3 F 9 Aug. 63 

Kauotxe, George £. F., 7 Dragoon Guards. 10 May 64 

Kean, Henry, 07 F 23 Nov. 41 

Keane, Edward A. W., Lord, 87 F. 5 Mar. 41 

Keene, Edmund Ruck-, 2 Dr. Gds 16 Juns 57 

Killeen, Arthur James, Lord, 8 Hussars . . 2 Oct. 56 

King, George, Depot Battalion 30 Apr. 58 

Knox, Hon. William Stuart, 61 F. , Colonel, 

Tyrone Artillery Militia 16 Nov. 66 

Lachlan, Robert, 17 F 13 Aug. 29 

Law, Charles Fred. 69 F 25 Aug. 58 

Lawrell, Digby Henry, 64 F 6 May 42 

Lawrie, John. Depot Batt. 2 Nov. 56 

Leigh ton, Forrester Owen, 56 F 20 May 86 

Lempriere, Henry, R. Art 96 Oct 68 

VQl Lenon, Edmund Henry, 67 F 19 Sept. 65 

Lepper, Maxwell, 14 F 90 July 68 

Leslie, Lewis Xavier, 99 P 11 Nov. 51 

Levelt, Edward. 10 Hussars 16 Oct. 60 

Lewis, Ralph FitsGlbbon, 86 F 23 Mar. 60 

Littledale, Edward, 1 Drs Nor. 46 

Lloyd, Malhew Pennefather, 69 F 93 Mar. 61 

Lockyer, Edmund, 67 F 19 Aug. 19 

Lovett, Thomas Heaton, 98 P 4 April 49 

Lucas, Richard, 29 P 3 July 89 

Lutman, John Henry, 24 F 17 Apr. 68 

Lyle, John Mackenzie, 29 F 18 June 60 

Lyon, William, 07 F 03 Nov. 41 

M'Creagli, Frederick Bradford, 8 F 20 May 68 

M'Creagh, Michael, 4 Dr. Gd» 8 Feb. 63 

M'Inroy, William, 69 F. . 1WflTO UoO ° 2 J or ' 4 f 
M'Mahin, William, 14 D A 2 A a . K V7.V/.V20 July 58 



22 Majors who have retired I 

Mac Andrew, James Duncan, 78 F , G July 00 

Mackay, Angus Win., 4 West India Regt. 93 Mar. G6 

Macphenon, Evan, 80 P 80 June 54 

Magenis, Richard Henry, 82 F 90 July 5S 

Mair, Arthur, 63 F 18 Nov. 36 

Man ley, Robert George, 6 Drs 18 Dec. 64 

Mantel, Courtenay, 15 Himnrs 6 Apr. 83 

Margary, Alfred Robert, 64 F 80 June 54 

Marlnd In, Henry Richard, 1 F 80 June 54 

Marriott. Henry Christopher, 60 F 26 Apr! 159 

Marih, Aug. Leacock, 65 F is Dec. 54 

* Marsh, Robert, 24 F 8 Apr. 46 

Marston, Daniel, 88 F 18 Nov. 13 

Martin, Alexander, 46 F 10 Dec. 16 

Martin, Samuel Yorke, 62 F 9 Nov. 46 

Matton, Henry, 68 F 7 July 46 

Maule, John, 68 F U Nov. 51 

Maunsell, George, 1 W.I.R , 80 June 54 

Mayne,John,I F , 9Nov.46 

Mercer, Arthur Hill Hasted, 69 F 6 June 53 

* Meredith, Richard Martin, 18 F 15 Dec. 43 

Q® Methold, Edward, 3 Dr. Gds 10 Jan. 37 

Midglcy, Benjamin, Unattached 10 Sept 64 

Mildmay, Sir Henry St. John, Bart. 86 F. 

Lt.Colonel, Hantt Yeomanry 11 Nov. 61 

Miller, Thomas Edmund, 18 F 88 Jan. 68 

Milligan. William, 68 F 83 Nov. 41 

Ml nter, George, 80 F 80 Nov. 44 

Mitford, John Philip, 8 W. I. R 80 June 54 

Molon v, John Sharman, Unatt 6 July 64 

Moiony, William Mills, 88 F 13 Dec. 61 

Montgomery, Francis Octavius, 45 F. Lt.- 
Col. N. Down Militia 6 Sept. 89 

Moore, William, 74 F 21 June 13 

Morant, Geo. Fra., Cape Mounted Rifles 8 June 67 

Mundy, Robert Miller, R. Art., Lt. Go- 
vernor of Grenada , 20 Oct. 46 

Munro, John St. John, 60 F , 14 Aug. 46 

Murray, Charles, 16 F Nov. 46 

Murray, Hon. David Henry, 9 cots Pus. Gds. 9 Nor. 46 

Murray, William, 10 Hussars 86 Dec. 66 

Napier, Hon. Charles, 71 F 17 June 26 

Nash, Charles Widenham, Canadian Rifles 83 Nny. 41 

Neville, Robert, 41 F 1 7 Sept. 6 1 

Nisbet, Thomas, 1 Dr. Gds 86 Feb. 69 

Northey, Aug. J. W., 4J F 87 Dec. 60 

Nugent, Andrew, 86 F '. . . . . Nov. 46 

act Nugent, George, 7 Dr. Gds 11 Jan. 33 

O'Brien, Richard Serrell, late h.p 17 July 57 

O'Oonor, Richard John Ross. 17 F 26 Dec. 56 

O'Grady, Hon. Thomas, 74 F 1 July 46 

Ogle, Arthur, 9 F 33 Dec. 43 

»Orr, John, 7F , 16 Mar. 15 

Osborne, Lord D'Arcy Godolphln, 87 F... 12 Julv 64 

Owen, Edward Barry, 17 F 5 Nov. 47 

Pake n ham, Hon. Fred. Beauchamp, Unatt. 14 June 59 

Parke, Charles, 3 F 12 Aug. 19 

Parratt, William Temple, 58 F IS Jan. 58 

Pattlson, Charles, 56 F. 85 Mar. 59 

Paul, James, 65 F 28 Jan. 69 

Payne, Wm. Aug. Townsend, 76 F 11 Nov. 61 

Paynter, George, 1 Dr. Gds 30 April 68 

Peacock*, Stephen Ponsonby, 59 F 11 Nov. 51 

Peel, Robert, 13 F 4 Jan. 65 

Pelly, Raymond Richard' 37 F 11 Apr. 63 

Percy, John William, 9 F. 88 June 64 

Petley, Patrick M'Leod, 38 F 80 June 64 

Peto, William Lawes, 18 F. 31 May 68 

Phillips, Edward, 8 Hussars 11 May 60 

Phihpot. Philip, 88 F 11 Nov. 60 

Pun kett,lT&i».Ed w.Sydney, 95 F., Barrack 

Master at Bartadoes 26 Dec. 56 

Pole, Mundy, 46 F , .... 9 Nov. 46 

Poore, Robert, 8 Hussars 80 July 68 

Powys, Hon. Charles, 9 Drs., Lt.Col. Lei- 
cester Yeomanry 18 Sept. 57 

Prendertille, John Henry, 5 W. I. Regt... 8 June 65 
9 Prideaux, Sir Edm. Saunderson, Bt. 

68 V.Lt. Col. Exeter Volunteer Rifles . . 6 April 31 
Pringle, Norman, 81 F. Consul at Dunkirk 83 June 14 

Queade, William Henry, 13 F 24 Jan. 63 

Quentin, George Aug. Frederick, 10 Drs. . . 28 April 46 

Quicke, Sidney Godolphln, 53 F 23 Nov. 60 

Rawlinaon, George, 1 W. I. R 10 Jan. 37 

Rawllnion, William Sawrey, 13 Lancers ... 15 Feb. 61 

LRcid, Henry.Cl F 10 Jan. 87 
nny,George, 78 F 15 Dec. 61 

Richmond, Matthew, CB. 96 F 33 Nov. 41 

Riley, John Edward, Unatt 24 Aug. 60 

Robertson, Charles, 96 F. 10 Jan. 37 

Robinson, Sir Geo. Abercrombie, Bt. 28 F. 25 Sept. 67 
Robinson, Wm. Beverley, 3 W. India Regt. 26 Mar. 68 

Rocke, Herbert, 49 F June 66 

Rolleston, Cornelius Charles, 84 F 24 Mar. 68 

Ross, Patrick Wm. Sydenham, 1 6 F 17 Oct. 66 

Russell, Lord Cosmo George, 03 F 19 Oct. 49 

Rutherfurd, Arch. John Oliver, 70 F. 27 Mar. 63 

Saltoun, Alex., Lord, 28 F 16 July 69 



sale qf their Commissions. 

Sawrey, Henry Beckwlth, 88 F. Adjutant, 

Fermanagh Militia 20 Juno 54 

Scott, Henry, 18 Hussars 20 July 58 

Scrapie, John, 19 F , 80 Aug. 48 

Solon. George, R. Oanadiun Rifles 14 Dec. 55 

Seton, William Garden, 41 F 15 Oct. 47 

Sheffield, Robert, Royal Home Guards. ... 80 April 61 
Shuckburgh, Geo.Tho. Fra., Scots Fus. Gds. 18 Dec. 54 

Skynner, Aug. Charles, 16 Drs 23 Nov.41 

Skurray, Francis Charles, 84 F ,. . Mar. 60 

Smith, Astley Campbell, 86 F 26 July 64 

Smith, Edward Simeon Webber, 88 F 9 Oct. 60 

Smith, Richard Playne, 10 Hussars 30 Mar. 60 

Smith, Seton Lionel, 64 F. 80 June 54 

Smyth, Robert Carmlchael, 93 F 18 May 41 

Stapylton, Henry Miles, 2 Dr. Gds 17 Sept. 58 

8 lehelln, William Francia, 67 F 6 Feb . 62 

Stephenson, William Walter, Rifle Brigade 10 Jan. 87 

8tewart, William, 80 F 13 Mar. 17 

VQl Stewart, Wm. Geo. Drummond, Unatt. 6 May 59 

Stillman, James, 9 F 1 April 66 

St. John, John Henry, 92 F 7 Dec. 58 

Stocks, Michael, I Dragoons 23 Oct. 57 

Straith, Hector, St. Helena Regt 28 J u no 38 

Ptraubenxee, Bowen Van, 100 F 15 Feb. Gi 

Stuart, Donald, 46 F. 9 Nov. 46 

Stuart, William Edlngton, 16 Hussars. ... 18 Jan. 64 

Studdert, Charles FitzGerald, 80 F 20 Aug. 59 

Sutherland, Edward, 7F. Barrack Master, 

Woolwich, Qent. at Arms 11 Nov. 51 

Sutton, John, 47 F 15 Oct. 60 

Sykes, Cam, 48 F , 3 Nov. 55 

Taylor, William, 70 F 83 Feb. 44 

Taylor, William O'Bryen, 88 P., Gent, at 

Arms 17 Not. 68 

Tennant, George, 86 F 19 May 46 

Thellusson,ArtharJohnBethell,Coldst.Gd«. 2 Nov. 65 

Thompson, Charles, 64 F 84 Mar. 58 

Thompson, Leslie Jenkins, 58 F JO May 61 

Thompson, Richard, 6 F I Dec. 69 

Thomson, Robert Thomas, 1 Dr. Gds„ 

Lt.Col. 1 Devon Militia 14 Aug. 57 

Thornton, Charles Edmund, Unatt 3 June 60 

Thursby, James Lcgh, 83 F 24 Mar. 63 

Tlllbrook, Philip Umborch, 50 F. ...... 29 Mar. 61 

Townshend, Lee Porcher, 49 F 83 Dec. 31 

Trevor, Frederick Anthony, 4 F , 4 Feb. 62 

Tumor, Henry Ferdinand, 65 F 28 Jan. 62 

Vane, Charles Birch, 9 F 11 Nov. 51 

Venables, Thomaa, 88 F 80 July 61 

Verney, Sir Harry. Bt. Unatt 13 Nov. 27 

Veaey, Charles Cynrle Wellesley, 72 F. . . . . 30 Nov. 60 

Vialls, Henry Thomas, 45 F 23 May 58 

Vivian, Chas. C, Lord. 10 Drs. Lord Lieu- 
tenant of Cornwall 12 Aug. 34 

Walker, 8amuel, 65 F . 19 Sept. 34 

Walter, Frederick Arthur, 97 F 26 Oct. 60 

Warburton, Henry William Egorton, 47 F. 17 Mar. 43 
Warburton, Robert Sandford, 3 F. Adju- 
tant, Kilkenny Militia 5 Sept. 62 

Waring, Henry, 59 F 16April29 

Warner, Aahton Cromwell, 80 Hussars . . 19 Nov. 69 
Warren, Sir Augustus Ri vend ale, Bart., 

20 F., Lt.Col. South Cork Militia IS Dec. 69 

Warren, Henry Edward, 60 F 1 Mar. 64 

Warry, William, Depot Battalion 2 Nov. 66 

Way, Gregory Lewes, 29 F 8 Dec. 46 

Webb, Theodoslus, Royal Engineers 28 Sept. 58 

» Cffi Webb, Vere, 8 W. I. Regt 9 Nov. 46 

Wentworth, D'Arey, Unatt 3 Nov. 37 

Weyland, John Thome, Unatt 23 Nov. 41 

White, Hans Robert, 89 F 2 Nov. 66 

White, Hans Thomas Fell, 40 F 28 Oct. 69 

f . Whltmure, George Stoddart, 68 F 6 June 08 

Wilkin, Henry John, 48 F 20 May 64 

Wilkinson, Alfred Eastfleld, 7 Hussars .. 28 Nov. 62 
Wilkinson, Arthur Philip Savage, CB. 13 F. 4 Oct. 48 
Wlllan. wm. Moffat Qouglaa, R. Krt.,AdJ. 

Pembroke Artillery 13 Apr. 58 

Williams, Arthur Wellesley, 71 F 88 Nov. 65 

Williams, Richard Llewellyn, IF 15 Feb. 61 

Williams, Robert, 22 F 28 Nov. 41 

ITOWJlraot, Henry, Rifle Brigade 20 July 58 

Wilson, Henry, 14 F 19July 21 

Wily, Henry William, Unatt 1 Apr. 63 

Wing, Vincent, Depot Batt 18 Dec. 54 

Wodehouse, Hon. Berkeley, 8 Drs. Col. Bast 

Norfolk Militia 3 Mar. 39 

9 Wolfe, Edward, 28 F 10 Jan. 87 

Wollaston, Fred., 6 Drs 1 Nov. 42 

Wombwell, Arthur, Depo t Battalion 14 June 64 

9 Wood, Henry Owen. 37 F. 10 Jan. 37 

Wood, John Joseph, Mi J/tary Train .... 26 Dec. 56 

Woollard, Gilbert, St. Helena Regt 11 Sept. 49 

9 Wrixon, Nicholas, 21 F. Paymaster 

Notts Militia 11 Nov. 51 

Yard, Frederick, 88 F 26 Nov. 57 

Young, Thomas, 87 F ^* , H , M , /vIh M Junefll 

Digitized by vjUUv Lv~ 



22« 

List of Officers, now serving in the Ariwy, who passed the Eatamihatitrii and received 
Certificates at the Senior Department, Royal Military College. 

■- - - — ------ j Johnson, Colonel Sir H. F. F. Bart. h. p. 5 F. Now. 1848. 



Johnston, Lt.Generol T. H. 87 F. Jane 1828. 
Johnstone, Lr.Gen. M. C. 88 F. 
Kirby, Major J. H.68 F. Nov. 1852. 
Knipe, Captain Win. 86 F. Dee. 1857. 
Longden.Col.H.E.G'JJ.b.p.lOF.Mayl842. 
iMTiAtrortv I i r.<n w a.inwp n«.» i 



Addison, Colonel J. E. h.p. 97 F. May 1847, Major and J 

> a peri n I rodent of Studies, Royal Military College . J 

* rry. LLGen. Sir Richard, GCB. 7 F. Dec. 1*>6, Governor J 

7 , t r Commander in Chief at Gibraltar. 
A,iir.dw, Colonel Sir James E. h.p. 14 F. Dec. 1828. 

j t. Lt.Col. Geo., 6* F.Dec. 1856. 
.- rt.-n. Major General Artbnr, CB. Nov 1839, Commanding' M'C'ieverty, Lt.Gen. W. A. 108 F. 'Dec. 1830, Com. lit Clllef, 

- Ji'iztde at the Curat: h. \ Madras. 

*■ , I- . Colonel Wm. 89 F. Nor. 1862. [Macdonell, Colonel Alex. CB. Rifle Brigade. Nov. 1845. 

l.-r't. Major Henry, h.p. 18 Hussars, May 1851, Brigade, Macdougall, Colonel P. L. h.p. Canadian Rifles, Mat 1841 

I'l^jor oT Cavalry. fj M'Gregor, General Sir Duncan, KCB. Nov. 1811. 

l"a-.e»« m 9 Lt.Gen. Sir Duncan A. KCB. Governor Royal Maclean, Major H. J. Rifle Brig. May 1853. 

M i.tary College, Dee. 1881. Margesson, Major W. G. 80 F. Nov. 1848. 

i nmn. CoIomI Wm. Gordon, 4 F. May 1858. .Michel, Lt.Gen. Sir Juhn, KCB.%Q F. Nov. 1888. 

» r.Co!. J.W CB.h.p.13 F.Nov. \847,A.Ad}Men.Shorruli/}c Nugent, Rt.Lt.Cul. St. Ceo. M. Unatt. Dec. k*57. 
0. ^t,Gen- Hon. Sir Edward. KCB. 16 Lancers, June 1817. 'Paierson. Captain Wm. Unatt. Nov. 1855, Professor ft. Mill- 
" • r.i i;. Major Sydney, 9 F. May 1 852. tary College. 

.* '.**ias, Lt.Col. Wm. G. h.p. Coldst Gds. May 1852. ! Patterson, Colonel W. T. L. 91 F. Ma; 1852. 

' r.Te.l. Major General T. J., r.f.p., 77 F. May 1834. Peacocke, Colonel G. J. 16 F. Dec. 1850*. 

L. •?{.*, Lt.Gen. Sir Robert Percy. Bart. 98 F. Nov. 1S34./0 Reed, General Sir Thomas, KCB. 44 F. l)ee. 1881. 

< '.. i cianding at the Cape of Good Hope. i Reynolds, Col. J. W. Unatt. Nov. 1643. A. Adj. Don. N. Dial. 

I' i>yly. Colonel J. W. h.j». 11 F. Nov. 1847. .Rigaud, Co'. G. CO F. Nov. 1849. 

> zar. i oionel R. J. 31 F. May 1837, .Robertson, Colonel A. C. 8 F. Nov. 1813. 

e .e ..Captain M. R. 56 F. Dec. 1857. IHoss, Captain A. E. 5 F. June lri.'j?. 

K tirJs t Maj.Gen.C.A.C : B.,BIayl835,In$p.Gett.of Recruiting. Rumley, Major Gen. R. May 1883, Com. in Scotland. 
r rt.Cid. J. E. CB. h.p. 78 F. May 1845, A.D.C. to the Queen, i San key, Colonel Wm. 9 F. Nov. 1852. 
F : er. Major General W. R. Nov. 1835. Sawyer, Colonel C. h. p. 6 Dr. Gds. Nov. 1341. 

V Fitter. Lieut. Geueral W. F. KB. June 1821, Military Smith, Major Gen. M.W. CB. Nov. 1839. 

s<r-eury to H.R.H. thejCommander in Chief. ' Sparkes, Major Gen. J. P. CB. June 18'25. 



( >:.-t*. Major General F. D. CB. Nov. 1834. [ISOfi. 

O JI Goam. Field Marsbal5«rWm.M. OCA. Colds. Gds. Nov. 
<- r.i.n. Colonel C. E. P. h.p. 75 F. Nov. 1844. 
i>r.Tea, Bt-Maj. W. H. Staff Officer of Pensioners, Dec. 1846. 
Hacirew, Bt.Lt.Col. John, 76 F. Nov. ISM. 
HaiamerBley,Lt.CoL F. Unatt. Nov. 1849, Director of Gym nas- 

fcrs, Alderahot. 
Ha'iinge, Cal>n*l Hon. A. E. CB. Colds. Gds. May 1850. 
U Hope, General Sir James A. OCB. 9 F. April 1808. 
Huvhibson, LieuLGen. W. N. 33 F. No?. 1833. 
;-Tia, Major 6. P. h.p. 82 F., Assist. Adj. Gen. of MllitU in 

Canada, May 1656. 



Stapylton, Colonel G. G. C. h.p. 32 F. May 1849. 
Stephens, Major fleneral H. S. KH. Unatt. Dec. 18i0. 
Stewart, Capt. A.F. h.p. 36 F. Dec. 1857. 
Strattou. Col. W. A. h. p. 6 F. May 1850. 
Strong. Colonel C. W. h.p. Coldst. Gds. Nov. 1846. 
Vacher, BL Lt.Col. F. 8. 22 F. May 1853, D. A. Q. M. Getl. 
West, Major General C. R. Sockville, Lord, May 1841. 
Whimper, Col. F. A. Unatt. Nov. 1850, Major, Tower of London. 
Wilson, Major General T. M. May 1834. 
Wright, Col. E. W. C. h.p. Depot Bait. May 1644, Deputy Iflsp . 
of Reserve Forces. 



List of Officers, now serving, who have passed through the Staff College. 



BtMaJor W. W. Lynch, 2 F. Brigade Major at Chatham. 

Captain T. Gonne, 17 Lancers, Br.Maj. Cav. Curragh. 

Captain H. Nangle, 15 F. Brigade Major, Curragh. 

Captain W. Black, 6 F. Brigade Major, Nova Scotia. 
Passed out in Dxcbmber, 1863. 
Under the Rules of 1861. 

Captain H. M. Hozler, 3 Dr. Gds., Topographical Dept 

Captain A. S. Adair, 13 F. Brigade Major at Alderahot. 

Captain A. L. Emerson, 28 F. D.A.Q.M.G. Jamaica. 

Captain H. A. Brett, 43 F. Brig. Maj. Alderahot. 

Captain W. L. K. Ogilvy, 60 F. 

Capt. J. J. N. Buchanan, 24 F. Brigade Major at Malta. 

Captain E. G. Horne, 25 F. D.A. Adj. Gen. Malta. 
Under the Rules qj 1862. 

Llent. Hon. C. E. Edwardes, Rifle Brigade, Aide de Camp to 
Major General Cunynghame. 

Capt. F. T. A. Law, R. Art. D.A.Adj. Gen. C. of G. Hope. 

Captain G. G. Beaxley, 83 F. 

Captain R. Harbord, 7 F. 

Captain R. C. Healy, 16 F. Brigade Major, Curragh. 

Bt.Major W. Arbuthnot, 14 Hub., Cavalry Br.Maj., Aldershot. 
Passed out in Dkckmber, 1864. 

Capt. F. J. Hutchinson, 64 F. D.A.Q.M.G. Ceyloh. 

Bt.Lt.Col. W. H. Goodenough, R.Art.Brig.MaJor at Aldershot. 

Captain J. Creagh, 5 F. D.A.Q.M. Gen. Bengal. 

Lt.Colonel E. H. Cllve, Gr. Gda. 

Bt. LtCol. W. J. Bolton, R. Art. Brigade Major In Canada. 

Lt.Oolonel E. Bowen, 57 F. 

Captain G. J. Gilbard, 71 F. 

Captain H. W. Young, 18 F. 

V9L BtMaJor H. E. Wood, 17 F. D.A.AdJ.Gen. Aldershot. 

Captain H. B. H. Blundell , Gr. Gds. 

Captain J. H. Fawcett, 1 F. 

Captain C. B. Knowle s, 67 F. Brig. Major, Aldershot. 
Passed out ik December, 1865. 

Captain A. W. J. Mont go merle, 20 Hassan, D.A. Quarter 
Master General, Bengal. 

Lieat. H. G. Macgregor, 17 F. Instructor in Military fJistorr 
R. M. College. 

Captain C C. Snther, R. M. Art. 

Lieut. C. W. Robinson, Rifle Br., Instructor in Military His- 
tory, Koyal Mililury College. 

Colonel H. Peel Yates, CB., R. Art. 

Lieut. H. Knollys, R. Art. 

Captain R. J. Maxwell. 80 F. D.A. Adj.Gen. In China. 

Captain W. Shaw, 73 F. D.A.Q.M.G. in China. 

Captain A. G. Wynen, 39 F. 

Captain C. C. FitxRoy, h.p. 68 F. 

Lieut. A. W. Peyton, 3 F. 

Captain R. V. Dickens, 11 F. 

Lieut. C. H. Hullett, R. M. Art. 

[ Oentinued on next page* 
* Passed the final Examinattos without hating jpieviously gone through the College course. 



Passed out in Dbcembbb, 1858. 
»iwli. Petri*. 97 F. 
Ulan*! R. Carey, CB. h.p. 40 F. 
>:~- rWiltoa, 15 F. 
( •■: >»1 l>. J. Gamble. CB. Unatt. 
>. ar tain B. A. Branfill, 86 F. 

Passed out xh Dbcbubbe, 1869. 
s>.U Colonel A. GsansaelL 5 F. 
i *.■ uin E. M.Jones, 10 F. Professor, R. MiL College. 
U^ - W. Palliser, CB. Unatt. 
( i-.-ihi a. C. Bruoe, 91 F. Br.Maj. Shorncliffe. 
1 4 r P. A. A. Twynam, 1ft F. 
3'-..rF.W.Jebb,67F. 
Jf v orJ-C.Weir,2F. 

Passed out ix Decbmbbb, i860. 
V«;.«A.H.Wavell,4lF. 

* «^uia Buamit Heme, R. Engineers. 
.4 >.oL Ban. W. H. A . Felldlng, Ooldat.Gds. Adj.Gen. Dublin 
*> apt. B. Grant, R. Engraeets. 
KCBcMaior A. S. Jones, 18 F. Adj. Staff College. 
Obtain R.C. Goff, L5F. 
Contain H. J. WUkinsou, 9 P. 
i «ptajB W. C. Nangle. R.Art. 

♦ aptaie P. D. Vigors, 19 P. 
•M*>w CB. B. Woolsey, R.Art. 
^aat. W. S. M. WoUe, R. Art., Br.Maj. Shoeburynest. 

Passed out ih Deceubbe, 1861. 
I' r ilonel C. O. Creagh Osborne, 6 F. 
'it. t J. P. Baitersby. 60 F. Assist. Adj. Gen. Madras 
'uW. T. Stuart, 17 F. D.A.Q.M.G. in Ireland. 
'- ' Lr C<4. J. B. Tnrnbull, li. p. 1 Drs. 
1 attain F. S. Stoney, R.Art. 
. tpxsin R. A. Legrett, 69 F. Brigade Major at Colchester. 

■ Htain T. E. A. Hall, 49 F. 
-• -LlCoI. B. C. Stewart, h.p. 2 F. D. A. Adjutant General. 

• jpuin O.A. Wilkinson, R. Art. 

■ v-ain J. S. Swan n, 22 7. D.A.Q.M.G. at Cork. 
'.4Btain G. Hay, 62 F. D.A. Adj.Gen. in Ireland. 

Paeobd oot ie> December, 1862. 
3LMajor G. P. CoUey, 2 F. Biigade Major, Devonport. 
:**taln J. T. Ba a ling ton , R.Art., Assistnt, Topogrsphlcsl 

Department, War Office. 
lie ix. J. P. Nolan, R.Art. 
apuin C. J. East, 41 P., A.Q.M. Gen. Bengal. 
Si3!a>or T. D. Baker, 18 K. DA. Adj. Qen. AnstrRlls. 
(cpuin W. K. EUes, 38 F. D.A. Adj. Gen Bengal. 
< aetata A. G. F.GtisHths, 63 F. Brigade Major at Gibraltar. 
<. iptain C. Parsons, 3 F. Brigade Major, Canada. 
2I..orC. Acton, 51 F. 



%2b OFFICERS RECEIVING REWARDS 

FOR DISTINGUISHED OB MERITORIOUS SERVICES. 



General*. 
B Drummond,John 

Major General*. 
Adams, Frank, CB. 
Atherley, M. K. 
9 Bainbrigge, J. H., Unatt. 
Bates, H. 

Borton, Arthur, CB. 
Brown, W. O. 
Brownrigg,J. 8., CB. 
Campbell, G. CB. 
Christie, S. T., CB. 
Chute, Sir Trevor, KCIt. 
Cooper, Henry 
Creagh, James 
Crombie, T. 

Daubeney, H. C. B., CB. 
Dererell, T. J., r. f.p. 77 F. 
Douglas, John, CB. 
Douglas, Sir John, KCB. 
Edwards, C.A., CB. 
Errington, A. C. 
Galloway, T. J. 
Garvock, Sir John, KCB. 
George, F. D., CB. 
Gordon, ffon. A. H.,CB. 
Graham, H.H., CB. 
Griffith, H. Darby, CB. 
Guy, P. M. N., CB. 
Hagart C, CB. 
Haly, W. O'Grady, CB. 
Haythome, E. 
Hodge, Edw. C, CB. 
Horsford, Sir A. H., KCB. 
Jerrls, H. 
Jones, H. R., CB. 
Jones, Sir William, KCB. 
Kerr, Lord Mark, CB. 
Last, E. 

Lawrence, Sir A. J. KCB. 
S Le Mesurier, W. A., Unatt. 
Little, Sir A., KCB. 
Longford, W.L. Earl of, KCB. 
Lowth, R. H., CB. r. f. p. 80 F. 
Lysons, Daniel, CB. 
Mackirdy, D. E. 
Munro, William, CB. 
Norcott, W. 8.R. CB. 
O'Connor, L. S., CB. 
O'Halloran, H. D. 
Plunkett, Bon. C. D„ r. f. p. I F. 
Raymond, H. P. 
Robe, F. H., CB. 
m m, Rosa, J. K., KB. Unatt. 
Russell, Darid, CB. 
Scott, C. R. 
Seymour, Francis, CB. 
Shirley, Sir Horatio, KCB. 
Smith, M. * 
Smith, M. W., CB. 

fl WL Smith, Thomas C, Unatt. 
myth, H. 
Sparks^J. P., CB. 
8tauntah, G. 

8tayeley, Sir C. W. D., KCB. 
Steuart, Charles, CB. 
Stisted, H. W., CB. 
Storks, Right Hon. Sir U.K. GCB. 
GCMG. 



Tidy, T. H. 
Waddy, R., CB. 
Walpole, Sir Rob. KCB. 
Whltfeild, H. W. 
Williams, T.,CJT. 
Ybrke, John, CB, 

Colonel*. 
Airey, J. T., CB. t h. p. Coldst Gds. 
Alexander, Sir J. E., h.p. 14 F. 
Baumgartner, R. J. CB. 87 F. 
Bingham, H., Insp. Field Officer 
Budd, R., Insp. Field Officer 
Clarke, W., Unatt. 
Conway, T. S., CB. h. p. Or. Gds. 
Custance, W. N. t CB. h.p. Cav.Depdt. 
De Salts, R., CB. h.p. 8 Hussars 
Drysdale, Win., CB. h.p. 9 Lancers 
Eagar, R. J., 81 F. 
Egerton, C. R. h. p. Depot Batt 
Elmbirst, C, h. p. Depot Batt 
Erskine, G., Military Train 
Farren, R. T. CB. h. p. Depot Batt. 
Fenwick, Win., CB. 10 F. 
Finucane, G. T., ret. fail pay 
Foley, Hon. 8t. Geo. G., CB. Unatt. 
Fjler, L., CB. Insp. F. O. 
Gordon, B. E. M., 91 F. 
Grant, John Thornton, CB. h.p. 18 F. 
Greathed, Sir E. H., KCB. Unatt. 
Hamilton, H., CB. h.p. 78 F. 
Herbert, C, CB. r.f.p. 64 F. 
Heyland,A.T. CB. h.p. 56 F. 
Hiil, P., CB. h. p. Rifle Brigade 
Hope, Wm., CB., h.p. 71 F. 
Jeffreys, E. R., CB. h. p. Depot Batt. 
Jonei, Sir John, KCB. Insp. F.O. 
Kelly, Sir R. D..ATCB. h.p. 34 F. 
Lacy, R. W., 56 F. 
Lamb, 8. B. r.f.p. 4 W.I.R. 
Lockhart, A. I., CB. b.p. 99 F. 
M'Intyre, C. C, CB. t r. f. p. 78 F. 
Macdonell, A..CB. Rifle Br. 
Mackensie, K. D. CB. h. p. 92 F. 
Maxwell, G. V., CB. 88 F. 
Hayow, G. W., CB. Unatt. 
Montgomery, A. B., CB. r. f. p. 1 F. 
Muller, B. A. G., b.p. Depot Batt. 
Murray, A. W., CB. h.p. 1 W.I.R. 
Palmer, F. R., CB. 60 F. 
Parke, W., CB. h.p. 63 F. 
Pattle, T., CB. h. p. 1 Dr. Gds. 
Pearson, Thomas Hooke, CB. Unatt. 
Pratt, R. CB. 93 F. 
Preston, W. R. r. f. p. 45 F. 
Rollo, Hon. R. CB. Unatt. 
Sawyer, C, h. p. 6 Dr. Gds. 
Scndamore, A., CB. h.p. 7 Hussars. 
Smith, J. W. 8., CB. Depot Batt. 
Stephenson,F.C. A. CB. Scots Fus.Gds. 
Stuart, J. R., CB. h.p. 91 F. 
Stuart, W. K., CB. r.f. p. 86 7. 
Teush-Hecker, C.H. r.f.p. Car. Depot. 
Thackwell, J. B., CB. Unatt. 
Tinley, R. N., h.p. Cape M. Rifles 
Turner, Sir VT. W., CB. KCSI. h.p. 97F. 
Wardiaw, R., CB. h.p. 1 Drs. 
Warre, H. J„ CB. h. p. 57 F. 
Wells, 8., CB. r.f. p. 23 F. 
Wright, Edw. W. C, h.p. Depot Batt. 



Yonge, G. N. K. A., 1 W. I. R. 

Lieutenant Colonel*. 
T. M. Byrne, Unatt. 
G.Mem, h.p. Depot Batt. 

H B. H. Edwards, r. f. p. 63 F. 

Paymaster. 
J. Stephenson, Cavalry Depot. 
Quarter Matter*. 
9 Capt. F. Collins, h.p. 11 Hussars 
Captain T. Hoban, h.p. 18 F. 
Captain D. Jackson, h.p. 90 F. 

? Captain John Morgan, h. p. 69 F. 
. Morris, Depot Batt. 
Captain James Murray, h. p. 94 P . 
JMHftCaptain John Pay ne,lateofGr.G d»- 
Royal Artillery . 
General*. 
Sir W. M. G. Colebrooke, OB. KB. 
|l Robert Douglas, CB. r.f.p. 

Lieutenant Generate. 
9 H. Pester, r.f.p. 
V. Dunlop, CB. r.f.p. 

Major General*. 
VOL Colling wood Dickson, CB. 
J. W. Fitcmayer, CB. 
J. H. Franckiyn, CB. 
G. Gambler, CB. 
Sir J. St George, KCB. 
A. J. Taylor. 
8ir E. C. Warde, KCB. 
Sir D. E. Wood, JTCB. 
Colonif*. 
J. M. Adye, CB. 
A. T. Phillpotts. 
E. Price, CB. 
H. S. Rowan, CB. 

Captain*. 

W. Handyside, Coast Brig, of Art. 

J. Sweeny, Coast Brig, of Art. 

Rotal Ekoisbbhs. 

Field Marshal. 

Jl Sir John F. Burgoyne,Bar*.CC*7?. 

Major General*. 
SirT. E. Chapman, KCB. 
Sir J. W. Gordon, KCB. 
T. R. Mould, CB. r.f.p. 
Sir J. L. A. Simmons, KCB. 

Colonel*. 
George Bent, CB. 
H. D. Harness, CB. 
G. F. Mann, CB. 

MBDIOAL DbFABTITBBT. 

Inspector* General of Hotpitafs, 
John Dempster, MB. h.p. 
D. Dumbreck, MD. CB. h.p. 
A. Fergusson, MD. h.p. 
James Henderson, MD. h.p. 
UG J. Mooat, CB. h.p. 
J. R. Taylor, CB. h.p. 
C. Whyte, h.p. 

Deputy Insp. General of Hospitals 
980} T. Mostyn,h.p. 

Rotal Mabixbc* 
General. 
9 H. I. Delacombe, CB. 
Colonels, 
W. S. Aslett 
W. G. Suther, CB. 



( Continued from 
Passed out in December, 1866. 
BtMajor G. D. Barker, 64 F. DA.QM.G. Portsmouth. 
Captain J. R. Oliver, R. Art. 
Captain W. Madan, 49 F. 
Major H. Lock. 108 F. 

Captain L. A. Gregson, 96 F. D.A.Q.M.G. Bengal. 
BtMajor V. Tonnochy, 81 F. Brigade Major, Singapore. 
Major C. D. C. Ellis, h.p. 60 F. 
Captain G. W. F. D. Smith, 87 F. 
Captain W. J. E. Poole, 60 F. Brigade Major, Aldershot. 
Captain G. Hatchell, 60 F. 
Lieut. C. D. E. Parks Smith, R. Art. 
Captain W. W. KnoUys, 98 F. D.A.Q.M.G. Bengal. 
Bt XtCol. F. D. Middleton, h. p. 29 F. 
Captain H. D'O. Farrington, 78 F. 
Major R. B. Hollingshead Blnndell, 3 Hussars. 
Lieut. W. C. Hood, 2 F. 

Passed out in December, 1867. 
Lieut. J. W. Hozier, 2 Drs. 
Lieut. L. De T. Prevost, 47 F. 
Captain H. H. Griffiths, 59 F. 
Lieut. O. W. Braine, 30 F. 

Captain C. W. Fothergill, R. M. Art., Instructor of 
Drawing and Sumyiag, Royal Military College. 



preceding page,) 
Captain W. Pitman, R. M. Art. 
Lieut. W. F. Nelson, R. Art. 
Captain G. U. Prior, 100 F. 
Lieut. G. E. Boyle, Rifle Br. 
Captain H. T. Butler, 4 Hussars. 
Captain W. P. Mortimer, 11 F. 
Lieut. H. M. Moorsom, R. Art. 
Lieut. Hon. 3. Abercromby, Rifle Br. 
Captain R. H. Fawcett, 33 F. 
Captain C. Campbell, 7 Dr. Gds. 

Passed out tn Decevbeb, 1868. 
Lieut. F. C. H. Clarke, R. Art. 
Captain G. M. Cardew, 67 F. D. A. Adj. Gen. in Ireland. 
Lieut. A. L'E. H. Holmes, 79 F. 
Captain A. L. Walker, 99 F. 
Captain E. O. Holliat, R. Art 
Captain J. G. Image, 31 F. 
Captain N. X. Gwynnc, 77 F. 
Captain J. N. Crealock, 95 F. 
Major J. Aytotm, h. p. 
Captain G. D. Webber, 2 W. I. 
Lieut. L. F. B. Cary, Rifle Br. 
Lieut. F. C. Lewin, 85 F. nitized 
Lieut S. Flower, 13 F. 



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The Body Guard of the Sovereign on all Public and State occasion*. 

(ESTABLISHED IN THE YEAR 1609.) 

Captain. — Henry, Lord Foley, 12 Dec. 68. 

Lieutenant.— Sir William Topham, p 18 Mar. 53. 

Standard Bearer. — David James Harmar, p 31 Jan. 48. 

Gentlemen-at-Arms* 



II ward Goodwin, Major Cam* 

iridge Militia P22June49 

xanletoa Charlea Cotton p 16 Oct. 49 

carles Trier P 12 Feb. 50 

v Msas Howard P20 Nor. 50 

alphas Geo. Finch Cotton p21 Jan. 51 

F.Ss&erland, late Brevet Major 7 F. 26 Feb. 52 
\Ta.naadcockMiddleton,Zieift.£b«* 

TsrkMUUia p 6 Hay 54 

-xrie* Jaiiiea Lindam, 3 late of Rifle 

Brigade, and Major British Swiss 

Legion 19 May 54 

Huwick Doncaater p 6 Mar. 56 

A-har Palliser p22 Apr. 58 

v«i:hanielGe©-Philips,* laic Capt. 47 F. p 9 July 58 
. ^-TiKiLawnde^MajorBenfretoMUitiav 4 Nov. 58 

< jr^L&ne p 8 Nov. 60 

tniuai Charteria Wemyss, Captain, 

<> Wat Yerk Militia P]5Nov.60 

Luiries Christopher Raines P24Jan. 61 

>:*cr Griffin Nicholas, r.f.p.5 F. 16 July 61 

L:.C&L T. B. Mortimer, Unatt 22 July 61 

Captain Charles Breaing, 9 h. p. 3 F. 22 July 61 
Csptain Alex. Decimus Toogood, 7 h.p. 

**je 2 Bengal Fusiliers 11 Aug. 62 

1 If&cl Hen. Hame,CB. 8 late of Gr. 

<iuards 1 Dec. 62 

It CV4- Henry Hardinge,* late of Rifle 

Brigade 3 Feb. 63 

3evil Graimlle," late Bt-Major 23 P., 

Adjutant 1 Herts Rifle Volunteers 9 Sept. 63 
rtuhope Leonard Douglas Willan. 11 

lac Cat*. 2 F, Adj. IS Lauatkire Rifle Vol. 8 Oct. 63 

Clerk of the Cheque and Aajutant.—Lt.Colbnel William M'Call, 1 lato Unatt. 11 June 63. 

Sub-Officer.- Captain N. G. Philips, 6 Feb. 63. 

Scarlet — Facing Blue Velvet. | Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 

, Ul Colonel M'Call served the Eastern campaign of 1854-45, including the battles of Alma and Balakiava, expedition 
:■ l«nea anad Tenikale. liege and fall of Sebastopol, and assaults of the 18th June and 8th Sept. (Medal and three 
• *-«. Bntet oT LLCokmel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 6th Class of the Medjldie, and Turkish Medal). 

stase Dreeing was present at the storming of Kawiti's Pah at Iluapekapeka, New Zealand, on 11th Jan. 1846, after 
* - i« proceeded to the valley of the Hutt, and served there during different operations (Medal). 

* iiafrar Lindam serred in the 10th Foot in the SutleJ campaign of 1846-46, and was severely wounded (lost a leg) at 

- »4'.s>e of Sobraon (Medal). He serred also four years as Paymaster in the Rifle Brigade in British Caffraria, including 

v*Ar was- of 1646-47. * 

4 ■ *• ioeei Morrison was present when the batteries of Obligado in the river Parana were attacked and carried, 20th Nov. 1845. 

- - «-» on ike China expedition of 1867-59, including the blockade of the Canton river, the landing before, storm and capture 

« at*. Serred as Provost Marshal to the expedition, and afterwards as D.A. A. General to the Army in garrison at Canton 

-tet cfMejer). Served the campaign in the North of China in 1860, including the action of Sinho, taking of Tongon, storm 
eastere of tie North Takoo fort (mentioned in dispatches), and subsequent operations (Medal and three Clasps, and 
rt ef LtXetonel). 
: \ estate Pmflrps served wKh the 4?th Regt. in the Eastern campaign of 1864, and was severely wounded at the battle 
■ 1 an* M edal eed Clean, and Turkish Medal). 



Paget John Bourke, l, late Capt. 11 F.25 Apr. 64 
Sussex L. A. B. Messiter, " late Captain 

28 Foot 25 Apr. 64 

Lt.Colonel John Henry Lowndes, 18 late 

of 6 Foot 17 Dec. 64 

Henry Jobling Wallack, 16 late Captain 

77 Foot 17 Dec. 64 

Edwin Geo.Mainwaring, 17 late Capt. 10 F 8 Mar. 6a 
John Walrond Clarke/ 8 late Capt. 10 

Hussars 8 Mar. 65 

17© Captain Fred. Robertson Aikman, 19 

h.p.Bengal Inf.,Z*. CJ.2 London R. V. ldMay 65 
James Herbert Freme,* late Capt. 79 F. 

Lt.Col.l ShropshireBifleVolunteers 19 July 66 
Captain Wm. Fred. Portlock Dadson,* 1 

h.p. R. M., Capt. West Kent Militia 25 Oct 65 
Charles William Earle * late Captain 

Rifle Br ,14 Sept. 66 

Major Wm. O'Bryen Taylor,* 4 late of 

22 F. 6 May 67 

Captain Hon. Frederic Barnewall 

Best,* 5 late of 2 Bengal Fusiliers. . 18 Aug. 67 
Wm. Cuninghame Cnninghame, 30 

late Captain 79 F 18 Aug. 67 

Major Richard George Ellison, 6 late 

of 47 F 15 Feb. 68 

Colonel John C ha. D. Morrison/ r.f. p. 

R. Marines 30 Mar. 69 

Colonel James Ainslie Stewart, 10 r.f.p. 

R. Marines 4 June 69 

John Glas Sandeman, 97 late Captain 

1 Dragoons 18 June 69 



M«> r Ellison served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, capture of Balakiava, 
"" Oct. (Medal and Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 



' ^eheetopel, and sortie on 26th < 



LEtaia Toogood served throughout the Punjaub campaign of 1848.49, including the passage of the Chenab, battles 
" "1 and Goojerat( wounded), pursuit across the Jhelum and of the Afghans over the I ' 



. ... -_ „ - - -.-_ — _ Indus through the 

a ■ er Paee rMrdal with two Clasps). Served in the Crimea in 1866-66 with the Turkish Contingent during its occupation 
- Ernes. (Terkiah Medal). Also served in the Indian Mutiny Campaign in. 1867-68, including the defence of Caivnpore 
1 .• at operelioes against Luckaow (Medal with Clasp). 

* ^tdeel Home served the Eastern campaign of 1854-60 with the 06th, including the battles of the Alma (wounded 
k- ■ --mm killed ender him) and Inkerman (severely wounded— shot through the thigh), siege and fall of Sebasiopo J, and 
» .- «c*Seta Oct. m command of the Begt. : he succeeded to the command of the Regt. at Inkerman, and received the 
«•-'*. rsvek ef UcsiLGokmel (Medal and Clasps, CB. t Knight of the Legion of Honor, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and 
t -». da Medal). 

1 ' ' Tnlrail Hardinge served with the Rifle Brigade in the Kaffir war of 1846 until its termination in 1847; and in that 
~ »:?-S3 (Medal). Aiso In the expedition against the insurgent Boers N.E. of the Great Orange River in Aug. 1848, 
•%• at was present eed slightly wounded in the action at Boem Plants. Served the Eastern campaign of 1654, including 
*# sanies o1 Alma eed Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, Brevet Major, 5th Class of the Medjidie, 
atTofcfch Medal). 



^...Ij nJ iZsjaonm- end liberated 1,200 slaves in 1843 ; was attacked by large numbers of Africans at Kabenda, three miles 
j /S!Zjr eafe retreat to the beach with three men mortally wounded. Was present at the bombardment of the 
e * *£?*£& of Snvotioaaki, the entrance of the inland sea of Japan, on the 5th and 6th September 1864. 



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11 Major Granville served with the 28rd Fusiliers in the Eastern campaign of 18M, Including the battles of Alma And 
Inkerman, and siege or Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, end Turkish Medal). Joined Lord Clyde's army before Luck. 
now, on Uth Not. 1867, end was at the relief of the garrison; also at the defeat of the Gwalior Contingent at Cawnpore 
on 6th December, and at the fall of Lucknow in March 1858 (Breret of Major, Medal with two Clasps). 

12 Captain Wiilan landed In the Crimea on 80th June 1865 with the 13th Light Infantry, and was present ot thi 
battle of the Tchemaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

13 Captain Bourke served in the Kaffir War of 1850-51 (Medal) j and, in 1852-53 in the Orange River Territory, when 
be commanded several successful patrols. 

14 Captain Messlter served with the 28th Regt. throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-56, including the battles o 
Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of th< 
Medjidie). Also against the Wagners with the Okamundel field force in 1859, including the assault on the fort of Bey toi 
6th Oct., with the siege, reconnaissance, and occupation of Dwarka. 

15 Lt. Colonel Lowndes served with the 47th Regt. throughout the Eastern campaign of 1864*55, Induction; th< 
battles of Alma and Inkerman, capture of Balaklava, siege and fall of tiebsstopol, sortie of 26th Oct, and storming th< 
Quarries on 7th June— -severely wounded (Medal with three Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt. Colonel, Knight of thi 
Legion of Honor, 8aidlnlan and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidle). 

16 Captain Wallack served with the 9th Regt. during the Sutlej campaign in 1846-46, and was present at the battles o 
Moodkee, Feroieshah, and Sobraon (Medal and two Clasps). 

17 Captain Mainwanng served with the detachment of the 91st Regt. in the action with the Rebel Boers at Boem Plants 
29th Aug. 1818. Also throughout the Kaffir war of 1851-53 (Medal), and was in every action in the Waterkloof an* 
Amntolas in which the 91st was engaged. On the 18th October he rescued several wounded men of his regiment, who bu 
for his exertions would have fallen into the enemy's hands. 

18 Captain Clarke served with the 10th Hussars in the Crimean Campaign from 17th April 1855, Includiug the siegi 
and fall of Sebastopol, capture of Tchorgaum , battle of the Tchernaya where he commanded a squadron in support of i 
troop of Horse Artillery, and an affair with the Cossacks near Kertch (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

19 LtColonel Aikman served eighteen years in the Bengal Army, including the Sutlei Campaign of 1846-46, and present a! 
the battle of Sobraon (Medal). Punjanb Campaign of 1848-49 (Medal), with General Wheelers field force, Indian Muiiir 
Campaigns of 1857-58, including the siege and capture of Delhi, action of Boluudshur, and Siege of Lucknow (Medal with t w< 
Clasps), and was awarded the Victoria Cross for having, when commanding the 3rd Sikh Caralxy on the advanced picquet, witl 
100 of his men, attacked and utterly routed a body of 500 rebel infantry, 200 horse, and two guns, cutting up more than 1CM 
men, capturing the two guns, and driving the surviving enemy into and over the Goomtce. This feat was performed nndei 
every disadvantage of broken ground and partially under the flanking fire of an adjoining fort. On this occasion he received i 
severe sabre wound in the face in a personal encounter with several of the enemy, the effects of which compelled him U 
ictire on half pay. 

20 Lt.ColonelFreme served the Eastern campaign of 1854 and up to 9th Feb. 1855 with the 79th Highlanders, incltxdini 
the battles of Alma and Balaklava, and siege or Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

21 Captain Dadson served with the R.M. Battalion, in co-operation with the French Army, at the bombardmen 
and surrender of the forts of Bomarsund in August 1854, and was on picquet in the breaching battery during the bat 
tering of Fort Nottlck on 15th August, and served with the Allied expedition to the Baltic from March to Dec. of thai 
year (Medal). Joined the combined force before Sebastopol in Jan. 1S55, and was present at the siege until May ; accom 
pan led the Kertch expedition, and the advance on and occupation of Yenl Kale", ana commanded a company in camp then 
until June ; afterwards present at the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and at the surrender of Kinbourn (Medal with Clasp 
and Turkish Medal). Served on the China expedition of 1857-58, including the blockade of the Canton river, the landing 
before Canton, and dangerously wounded by agingal ball (right arm shattered) while with the scaling ladders at the sttorn 
and capture of the city (Mentioned in dispatches, Medal with Clasp, and Life Pension for wounds). Served during part o 
the campaign of I860 In China. 

22 Captain Earle serred with the 2nd Battalion 40th Rifles In the Kaffir war of 18*148 (Medal) ; and with the 2nd Bait, Bifl 
Brigade durinclho Indian Mutiny Campaign of 1857-58 (Medal with Clasp for Lucknow). 

24 Major Taylor served with the 18th Royal Irish in the Burmese war of 1852-53 (Medal with Clasp). Also in thi 
Crimea from 30th Dee. 1854, including the siege and mil of Sebastopol and assault on the 18th June— slightly wounde 
(Medal with Clasp, Turkish Medal, and 5th Class of the Modjidie). 

25 Captain Hon. Frederic Best served in the Indian Mutiny Campaign in 1857-58 and was attached to the 64th Reel 
during the operations at Cawnpore under Major General Windham ; also at the battle of Cawnpore and affait at Kalea Nudde 
(Medal >. 

26 Captain Cunicgharoe served with the 79th Highlanders in the Crimea the Campaign of 1864 up to 26th November, an 
also from January to 9th Feb. 1855, including the battles of Alma and Balaklava, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with thr« 
Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

27 Captain Sandeman served with the 1st Royal Dragoons in the Crimean Campaign from the 6th Oct. 1954, and was pr< 
sent at the battles Balaklava, Inkerman, ana Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, sua 
Turkish Medal). 



HONORARY PHYSICIANS TO HER MAJESTY. 

Andrew Fergusson, MD.> h.p. Inspector General of Hospitals ........ •••••• 16 Aug. I 

Sir William Linton, MD. KCB., h. p. Inspector General of Hospitals . do 

Thomas Galbraith Logan, MD. CB., Director General do 

David Dumbreek, MD. CB., h. p. Inspector General of Hospitals SI Nov. i 

George Stewart Beatson, MD. Inspector General of Hospitals • 13 Mcar . < 

William Mure Muir, MD. CB. Inspector General of Hospitals 6 May I 

HONORARY SURGEONS TO HER MAJESTY. 

John Robert Taylor, CB., h.p. Inspector General of Hospitals i 16 Aug . , 

Edward Bradford, h.p. Deputy Inspector General of Hospitals do 

9 029 Thomas Mostyn, h. p. Deputy Inspector General of Hospitals •• do 

John Ashton Bostock, MD., Surgeon Major, Scots Fusilier Guards do 

Charles Scott, MD. CB. h.p. Inspector General of Hospitals 37 Apr. 

Thomas Longmore, CB. Inspector General of Hospitals* ♦ ♦ 16 Sept. 



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YEOMEN OF THE GUARD. 

Her Majesty's Body Guard. 
(INSTITUTED BY IlENRY VII., IN THE YEAR 1485.) 

Captain.— The Duke of St. Albans, 22 Dec. 68. 
LiBntanmnt.—jf Sir John Henry Cooke, 1 (Brtvtt Lt.C6t.iat0 of ai F.) * Feb. 66. 
JEwiftu—U.Colonel Arthur Need,* lake of 14 Hussars, June 60. 

Bxotu. 
Li. Caianai Charles Doyle Patterson,' n f. p. 10 Foot, 13 Peb. 62. 
Colonel Oliver Paget Bourke, 1 h. p. 17 Foot, 17 July 62. 
Lt. Colonel John Augustus Todd, 5 h.p. 14 Hussars, 2 April 64. 
Fmncis Brockman Morley, 6 late Captain 40 Foot, 24 Oct. 68. 
Clark of the Cheque and Aajutant.—Lt.CoL Wm. Griffin Sutton/ r. f. p. Cavalry Depot, Jan. G2. 

140 Yeomen. 
Agentf.—lAeiBTB. Cox & Co. 

1 <ht John Cooke served with the 4Srd Regt. at Waleberenjn 1809. InJune 1811 he Joined the Light Divisions tbePenin- 
snis.,aad w«* present at the siege and storming of Ciudad Rodrigo,and of Badajoz (wounded at the assault), actions 0/ 
CAsuqcNi and San Christoval, battle of Salamanca, actions of San Munox and San Milan, battle of Vittorla (wounded), 
anion* in the Pyrenees, siege or San Sebastian, the attack on the heights of Vera, battle of the Nirelle, battles of the 
Hire on tht Stli, 10th, 11th, lath, and )8th Dec, actions at Tarbes and Arcangucs, battle of Toulouse, besides various 
a*afrs of less importance. On the Sth Jan. ISIS, he was present at the attack on the American Lines before New Orleans. 
H- served afterwards with the Army during the Occupation in France. Be has received the War Medal with eight Clasps. 

2 Lt- Colonel Need served the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49 as Aide de Camp to General Whish, and was present 
during the whole of the siege operations against and capture of Mooltan; after which he was at the battle of Goojerat 
r Medal with two Clasps). Served with the Persian expedition of 1857 (Medal with Clasp). Also with the Central India 
field force wilder Sir Hugh Rose in 1888, and was present at the siege and capture of Rahutghur, relief of Sanger, capture 
of Gurnkota and pursuit across the Beas, forcing the Muddenpore Pass, siege and capture of Jhansi, battles of Betwa 
and Kooaeh, affairs during the advance on Calpee and action of Goiowlee, capture of Calpee and pursuit, action of 
Mow. action resulting in the re-capture of the town and fort of Gwalior, pursuit in 1858-59 and action of Ranode and 
f ursait of Taatia Topee (four tiroes mentioned in the despatches. Brevets of Major and Lt.Col., Medal with Clasp). 

3 LaXefonel Patterson served with the 10th Rett. In the Bntlej campaign of I84A-48, including the battle of Sobraon 
MedaJ). Also the Punjanh campaign of 1848-49, including the whole of the siege operations before Mooltan, action 

of Soorjkhoond, carrying the heights before Mooltan, capture of the Dowlut Gate in command of the Storming party , 
strrender of the forttess, and battle of Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). Commanded three Companies sf the 10th Rcgt. 
tn Shehabed with Major Eyre's field force at Dllawur, and capture of Jugdespore, and was mentioned in dispatches for 
his gallantry (Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

4 Colonel Bourke served with the 17lh Regt. the campaign of 1838-89 in Afghanistan under Lord Kesne, Including 
tte stoma and capture of Glraiaee (Medal) and of Khelat. Served also at the siege of Sebsstr pol from llec. lf>04 to Peb. 
lb£>— fora short time in command of the Regt. (Medal with Clasp, Turkish Medal, and5tli Clossof the Medjidie). 

* Lt.CoIorei Todd served with the 4th Lt. Drs. throughout the campaign of l838-;-9 In Afghanistan, including the 
aWge and capture of Ghusnee (Medal). .Served with the 14th Lt. Drs. throughout the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, In- 
evading the action of Ramnnpgur, passage of the Chenab, battles of Chillianwnllah and Goojerai( Medal with two Clasps) 
*«fvedas Brigade Maior of Cavslry with the Persian expedition of 1857 (Medal). Also aa Biigade Major to the 2nd 
hrlgade of the Central India field force under Sir Hugh Rose in 1868 and was present at the siege and capture of Rahut- 
fSwr. relief of Sacgor, capture of Garrakota, forcing the Muddenpore pass, siege and capture of Jhansi, battlea of Betwa 
with Koonch and affairs during the advance on Calpee and action of Golowlie; also the action of Morar, recapture of 
GvsBsr and pursuit with action of Jowra Alipore: served as Assist. Adj. Gen. to the Gwalior Division in pursuit of the 
Rebels and at the action of Ranode, also present at the capture of the fort of Powrle (live times mentioned in despatches, 
Brevets of Major and U.Cotooel. Medal with Clasp). 

6 Captain Morley served with the 40th Ecgt. in the Gwalior Campaign and was present at the battle of Maharajpore, 28th 
Dec. ]<MS (Bronze Star). 

7 Ll Colonel Sutton has received the 4th Class of the Medjidie and the Turkish Medal, for services with the late Turkish 
Contingent. 



MILITARY KNIGHTS OF WINDSOB. 



9 Major Sir John Paal Hopkins, KB. late of 98 F. 

(47erersu»r). 
Artttor Well** ley Cassan,late Captain to P. 

J Lies*. Richard Nantes, h.p. M P. 
Colonel B. A. Angvlo, KB. lafe of 80 F. 
Captain Francis Gee, TJnatt. 

late of 8 W. I. Regt. 



■ Captain Praocis Collins, h.p. 11 Hassan* 
ismiAJCoUmtl A. O. Sedkry, Ute of 8 W. ] _ 
MCoUoaeph Robert Seines, Ute of British Swiss Legion 



|i John Levbhrn Maclean, late Captain 48 F. 

£#1Sd Captain Geo. Copeland, h.p. Scots Fus. Gdl. 
ajor Alymer Dowdall, r. f. p. 54 P. 
f Mli LoraJne White, » late Captain h.p. 
WL Lt. Colonel William Bain forth, late of 6*3 F. 

EUffi Lieut. Alex. Innes, TJnatt. 
iwrence Desborough, late Captain 94 F. 
Colonel Giles Vandeleur Creagh, late of Depot Bait. 



1 Captain White served oh the expedition to tfi* Elbe and Weser under Lord Cathcait) the principal ^™pMgpii 
tn the Pesiasstla under the Dake of Wellington, Including the eperationa on the Cos during the siege and hatUeof 
AhneJde, the saafs ef ttedad Bodrigo, the siege and storming of Badajox, the battle ef Salamanca, capture of Madrid and 
the Betiro, fas) assent* Beam and affair on retreat at Muriel. The campaigns in Flanders and France under Lord 
Lrasdech sad the Duke of Wellington, including the attack on Menem, bombardment of Antwerp, the affair of 
KSfift^^ Wat^icstonaingef C«nhra 7 ,andc.plttu.t,od 



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STAFF AT HEAD QUARTERS. 

Commanding in Ciiiep. 

Pield Marshal His Royal Highness George VV. F. C. Duke of Cambridge, KG., KP., GCB., 
GCMG., Colonel of the Grenadier Guards, 15 July 66. 
Military Secretary.— c. ft Lieut. General William Frederick Forater, KH. 81 F. 1 July 60. 
Assistant Military Secretary.— Colonel Edwin Beaumont Johnson, CB. Royal Artillery, 10 J uly 65. 
'Colonel Hon. James Wm. B. Macdonald, CB., Unatt 15 July 56. 
Colonel Thomas Henry Clifton, Unatt. 15 July 56. 
Aides de Camp . . < Colonel Charles Tyrwhitt, Unatt. 15 July 56. 

Colonel Hon. R. W. P. Curzon, CB.,h.p. Gren.Gds., July 64. 
^Colonel Edwin Beaumont Johnson, CB. Royal Artillery (Extra), 4 Aug. 66. 



Adjutant General's Department. 

Adjutant General. .Lieut. General Lord William Paulet, KCB. 68 Foot, 1 July 65. 
Deputy Aajutant General . .Colonel Caledon Richard Egerton,b.p. Depot Batt. 1 April 66. 
a • a a a j. a a ,* i /Colonel Edmund Augustus Whitmore, Unatt. 1 May 66. 

Assutant Adjutants General | Colonel Arthur Jamc8 Herbert, CB. Unatt. 6 Not. 67. 
Deputy Assistant Aajutant General..*. Bt.Lt.Co). Robert Crosse Stewart, h.p. 2 F. I Jan. 65. 
Inspector General of Recruiting. . Major General Clement Alex. Edwards, CB. 6 July 67. 



Deputy Adjutant General to the Royal Artillery .... Colonel Gloucester Gambler, 7 April 04. 

Assistant Aajutant General do Colonel W. A . Middleton, CB. 1 Jan. GS. 

Deputy Assistant Aajutant General do Captain G. B. Traill, 1 Feb. 69. 

Deputy Aajutant Gen. to the Royal Engineers. .Colonel Hon. Hussey Fane Keane, 1 Jan. 60. 
Assistant Adjutant General do. Colonel J. F. M. Browne, CB. 1 Jan. 66. 

Quarter Master General's Department. 

Quarter Master General . .Lieut. General Sir James Hope Grant, GCB. Lancers, 1 Not. G6. 
Deputy Quarter Master General. .VOL Colonel HonMenry Hugh Clifford, CR Unatt. 26 Nov. 68. 
Assistant Quarter Master General.. Lt.Co\onel J. M. Grant, Royal Engineers, 1 Jan. 66. 
Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General, .c. Bt.Lt.Colonel F. S. Vacher, 32 F., 1 Sept. 64. 



Inspector General of CAYALRY..Maj.Gen. Zord Geo. A, F.Paget, KCB. 7Dr.Gds.l April 65. 
Brigade Major., s. Major H. Brett, h.p. 18 Hussars, 1 April 68. 
Aide de Camp ..Captain G. A. Curzon, 2 Life Guards. 



Inspector General op Rotal Artillery.. Major General A. J. Taylor, 1 July 64. 
Aide de Camp 



Inspector General of Rotal Engineers. . . .Major General Sir J. William Gordon, KCB. 
Aide de Camp Lieut. W. Inncs, R. Eng. 



InspectingGeneralattached to Foot Guards, Major General F. W. Hamilton, CB. 1 April 68. 

Aide de Camp Captain H. de Grey Seymour, Gr. Gds. 1 April 68. 

Brigade Major Captain S. V. Stephenson, Scots. Fus.Gds., 10 Dec. 6? . 

AIDES DE CAMP TO THE QUEEN. 



Colonel John Le Couteur, Jersey Militia. 

Marquii of DoncgzW, GCH. Antrim Mil. 

Lord Dynevor, R. Carmarthen Militia. 

W. F. Duke o/Buecleuch, KG. Edinburgh MU. 

Bight Hon. John Wilson Patten, 3 R. Lane. Militia. 

Sir Robert Alex. 8haftoAdair,Bart. Suffolk Artillery 

Militia. 

O. W. F. Marquis of Atlesbury, R. Wilts Yeo.Cav. 

John Alex. Ewart, CB. b. p. 78 F. 

William Parke. CB. h. p. 69 V. 

Charles Reld, CB. Bengal Staff Corps. 

— Thomas Tapp, CB. 108 F. 

Edwin Wodehouse, CB. Royal Artillery. 

— George Bent, CB. Royal Engineers. 

0. Vise. Eversley, Hampshire Yeomanry Cavalry. 

P. K. Lord Methuen, R. Wiltshire Militia. 

W. A.O. Marquis of 'ExtUiT, Northampton Militia. 

— — Wm* Adam Orr, CB. Royal Artillery. 



Colonel Alfred Tho. Wilde, CB. CSI. Madras Staff Corps. 

— George Lambrick, Royal Marines. 

Hon. Hussey Fane Keane, Royal Engineers. 

— Wm. James E. Grant, Royal Artillery. 

Sir Robeit Tolrer Gerard, Bart., Lancashire Hussars 

Yeomanry Cavalry. 

William Bell, Royal Guernsey Militia, 

Thomas F. Wilson, CB. Bens*! Staff Corps. 

Hon. Fred. Aug. Thesiger, CB. 95 F. 

John Field, CB. Bombay Infantrv. 

Robert l'hayre, CB. Bombay Stair Corps. 

— Martin Dillon, CB. Rifle Brigade. 

Thomas Walter Milward, CB. Royal Artillery. 

Henry St. Clair Wilkin*, Royal Engineers. 

J. W. C. Williams, Royal Marine Artillery. 

V<£ G. L. Goodlake, CokUt Guards. 

— — Edward Tomkinson, h. p. Cavalry Depot. 

— V© Claud T. Bourchier, h. p. Rifle Brigade. 



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"PENINSULA" "WATERLOO." 
Colonel.— Ge*>rge Charles, .RzWo/Luean^GCB. Ens. 29 Aug. 10 ; Lt. 24 Dec. 18; Capt. 

1 6 May 22 ; A/a/. 23 Jane 25 ; £f .Co/. 9 Nov. 26 ; Co/. 23 Nov. 41 ; Maj.Gen. 1 1 Nov. 51 

Lt.Gen. 24 Dec. 68; General, 28 Aug. 65; Col. 1st Life Guards, 22 Feb. 65. 
Lieut.Colonel.—Uon. Dudley Charles PitxGerald de Roe, Come* #£ud Zfcu*. p 7 Feb. 45 

Z.f. P5May48; Capt. p 31 Oct. 51; Major fr Lt.Col. P30 Aug.69; £*.CW. 24 Aug. 61; 

Co/. 30 Aug. 64. 
Major and Lieut. Colonel. — Richard Bateson, Cornet cV Sub Lieut. P 16 Mar. 49; Lt. 

p 31 Oct. 61 ; Capt. p 15 May 55; Major fr Z^Co*. P 13 June 68. 



Captains. 
James Keith Fraser 
Eustace J. Wilson Patten 
Chas. Wilmer Duncombe 
JETon.Reginald A.J.Talbot 
Alfred Chas. Duncombe 
J. E. W.T., Afar^.Ormonde 

Charles Needham 

Cecil Thorold 

Lieutenants. 
J. Q.,Marg.of Graham 
WalterHy. Oct. Duncombe 
Win. Grenville Williams 



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P 16 April 52 
p 12 July 66 
p 22 July 56 
p 13 May 69 
P 8 July 62 
p 12 May 63 
P 17 Nov. 63 
P30 June 65 



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P23Mar.55 
p 1 May 67 
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p 1 May 66 
p 4 Dec. 66 
Pll Jan. 67 
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p 14 Aug. 67 
p 16 May 68 
p 13 June 68 
p 22 July 68 
p 30 Sept.68 
p 2 Dec. 68 
P 5 May 69 
p 6 May 60 



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p 17 Nov. 57 
P17 Nov. 63 
8 Apr. 67 
8 May 67 
p 13 June 68 
p 2 Dec. 68 
P 5 May 69 
p 5 May 69 



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p 27 July 66 
p 4 Dec. 66 
*i **>. W «*.. M ~ - *™*«. p 21 July 63 
William Henry Fellowcs p 16 Mar, 67 
Son. Cha. Cavendish Geo. By ng ^ 8 J une 67 
Geo. Robert Vise. Dupplin p 9 June 67 
Jas.AlexJ3ftWc/CaledonjP 13 July 67 
Edward Mashiter Dansey p 14 Sept. 67 

Cornets and Sub 
Lieutenants. 
Robert, Viscount Jocelynjp 16 May 68 
SimoDMacdonsldLockhart p 17 May 68 
Tho.Cox,(JUf. Dec.«l),il4;. 13 June 68 
Chas. Aloy. Scott Murray p 14 June 68 
Jno.Geo.Hy.Wm.Dunbar p 22 July 68 
Henry, Lord Beaumont. . p 30 Sept. 68 
£Ton.HoghLeD.Boscawen p 12 Dec- 68 
John Edm. Philip Spicer p 12 June 69 
Richard Marcus Brooke p 13 June 69 



Adjutant.— Cornet T. Cox, 13 June 
Biding Master.— Thomas Turner Dibb, 13 June 68. 
Quarter Master. — John Henry Stuart Reid, 23 Jan. 69. 

Surgeon.— Owen William George, MD., A. S. 6 June 51 ; Surgeon, 14 April 03. 
Assistant Surgeon. — Edgcorabe Venning, 14 Apr. 63. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — Martin Mence, 25 July 55 ; 1st Class, 4 Dec. 63. 
Scarlet. — Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
[Returned from France, January 1816.] 



1 Lord Ls*ma tarred the campaign of 18C8 on the Staff of the Russian Army in Bulgaria (Russian War Medal and Cora- 
sender of St. Ann« of Russia). Commanded the Cavalry Division ibroughout the Eastern campaign of IBM, Including (lie 
tattles of Alma, Balaklara( wounded) and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, KCB., Commauder of 
y* Legion of Honor, 1st Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 



[Continuation of Notes of 2nd Dragoon Guards.] 

■ Caotaia Loean served in the Indian campaign in 1858-59, including the siege and capture of Luck now, subsequent opcra- 

e«irtkm ofKooreee, the Oude campaign, action of Jamo, assault aud capture of Birwah, and Trans-Gogra affairs at Bun- 



^C«p^ ei, ^^^ed1n W the Indian campaign in 1858-59, including the action of Nuaserutpore, siege and capture of 
Lackn«w saboeouent operations, and action of Koorsee (Medal with Clasp). 

U Ueat- Edmonds served in the Indian campaign In 1857-59, including the siege and capture of Lucknow, the Oude 
cg-DucB. amd Traaa-Gogra affair at Bungaon (Medal with Clasp). . 

^HXt Knight was a Lieut, in the 72nd Bengal N.I. at Neemuch when the mutiny broke out in May 18o7. Was 
iJKWto the 23rd FusUiers in Jan. 1668, and served with that Begt. to the end of the campaign, including the siege 
imA MrfnM of Locknow (Medal with Clasp). 

\i M^LoJtta eerwd wim the 17th Foot st the siege of Sevastopol from Dee. 1854 to Jane 1855 (Medal end Clasp, and Turkish Medal. 
v™*dwtah too Sad Dr. Gowda la the Indian campaign of 1858.59, Including the siege and capture of Lucknow and Trans. Oograaflairs at 
i (Medal with Clasp). 



7Tcorn"e4C~ L de K.Lucas served in the Abyssinian Campaign with the Transport Corps (Mentioned in dispatches, Medal). 

Veterinary Sargeon Oudgin served the Eastern campaign of 1854-M, including the affair of McKensi^s Farm, batUe 

-< lJak)ava?l»keTmaa, amf Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol ^Medal with Clasps, and Turkish Medal). Served 



IS Veterinary Sargeon Oudgin served the Eastern campaign < 

Aim . Inkerman. and Tchernaya, siege and fall of St — „ r ,. v » , - 

• loama campaign In 1868-50, including the siege and capture of Lucknow, the Oude campaign action of Jamo, 



•Menu and capture of Birwah, and Trans-Gogra affairs at Bungaon (Medal with Clasp). wi„,i?»» * hn w.i^ 

^BAdiae: Master Boasell served with the 5th Dragoon Guards the Eastern campaign of 18*4-65, including the battles 
/Llaa^Tlmta shot), Inkerman, and Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol(Medal with three Clasps. French War 

^QnarteTmasti Taekett served with the 2nd Dragoon Guards in the Indian Campaign, in ^f^^S^^S^ 
^A-e. notion* of Koorsee. Nawabmnute! and Jamo. sad the Trans-Gogra affairs at Bangaon (Medal with Clasp). 



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" PENINSULA" "WATERLOO." 
CW<meJ.«HP George, Marquis of Twee&d&U, 1 KT. GCB. Ens. June 04 ; Lt. 12 Oct. 04 ; Capt. 

14 May 07 j Maj. 14 May 12; Lt.Col. 21 June 13 j Col. 27 May 2d; Maj.Gen. 10 Jan. 

37 ;£*.<?*». 9 Nov. 46; Gen. 20 June 64; Col. 2nd Life Guards, 9 Sep*. 63. 
Lieut.Calonel.— Frederick Marshall, 9 Cor. P18 Sept. 49; Zi>u#. P16 Sept. 51; Capt% 

p 4 Feb. 59 ; Maj. £ Lt.Col. P 6 March 63 ; £r. CW. p 8 March 64 ; Colonel, 6 Mar. 68. 
Major and Lt.Col.— Roger Palmer, 3 Cor. P22 Jan. 53 ; Lt. 4 Sept. 64 j Capt.9 22 July 69 z 

Major j- Lt.Col. p 8 March 64 ; Colonel, 8 March 69. 



Captains. 
Alex. Ghas. U. Stewart. 

Henry P. E wart 

J. Stephenson Ferguson 4 
George Augustus Curzon* 
Frederick Stephens 
Fred. Trench Townshend 
&irSam.Hercu.Hayes,J9f. 
Wm. Samuel McMahon 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

Robert Reid, Adj 

Frederick Young 

Cecil Alfred Hughes . . . 
Alexander Cockburn .... 
Clarence P. T. Kendall . . 
Sir Hy.CarstairaPelly ,2ft. 
Arth/Chandos Arkwright 
Lord Alb. Leveson Gower 
Herbert Reginald Ray . . 
Cornets and Sub 
Lieutenants. 
Hugh Rich. Vise. Downe. 
Charles Francis Boiler . . 
Alex.G.PClifton Perceval 
£irArchibaldLamb,JBar*. 
Edward Hanning Lee •• 
Thomas Carew Daniel . . 
HectorJno.GurdonRebow 
George Algernon Percy 



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p 26 Feb. 58 
Pll June 52 

16 Nov. 60 
p 29 Mar. 61 
p 4 June 61 

13 Mar. 58 
p 18 ajar. 62 

17 Nov. 57 
p 6 Mar. 63 
p 12 June 63 
p13 June 63 
p 14 June 63 

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p 12 July 64 



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p 22 July 59 

8 Dec. 54 

9 April 61 
p 15 Oct. 61 
p 28 Jan. 62 
p 30 Aug. 59 
p 7 Nov, "" 



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p 6 July 
p 8 Aug. 
p 26 June 
p 27 Feb. 
P 26 May 
p 21 Mar. 
p 14 Oct. 
p 94 Mar. 



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6 Sept. 61 
p 26 Mar. 62 

5 Sept. 56 
p 12 June 63 
p 5 July 64 
p 8 Aug. 65 
p 27 Feb. 67 
p 24 Mar. 69 

4 Captain Ferguson served with the 6th Dr. 
Odt. In the Crimea from Oct. 1854 to 7 Dee . 
1855, and wai present at the battle* of BalaJr- 
lava, Inkerman, and Tchernaya, and siege and 
fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, 
and Turkish Medal). 

5 Captain Curson served as a Lieutenant i o the 
2nd Battalion of the Rifle Brigade In the Indian 
campaigns of 1857-58, including the actions sit 
Cawnpore, siege and captureof Lucknow $ sub- 



sequently with Boss' Camel Corps, and present 
st the battle of Golowlee and captureof Calpeo 
(Medal with two Clasps). 



8 Aug. 65 
p 26 June 66 
p 20 June 65 
p 21 Mar .68 
p 22 Sept. 65 
P22 July 68 
p 24 Mar. 69 
p 23 June 69 

Adjutant.— Lieut. Robert Reid, 17 Nov. 57. 
Riding Matter.— Thomas Wake, 20 July 66. 

Quarter Master. — Anthony Scarisbrick, 9 Dec. 62. [ Major, 1 July 68. 

Surgeon. — Frederick George Kerin, Assist. Surg. 18 Aug. 48 J Surgeon,S\ July 60; Surgeon 
Assist. Surgeon.— George Frederick Spry, MD. 13 June 69. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — Thornton Hart, 4 July 56; 1st Class, 4 Dec. 68. 
Scarlet — Pacings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. [Returned from France, Feb* 1816- 
1 Lord Tweeddale served in the Peninsula as an Assistant Quarter Master General, and has received the Gold Medial 
for the battle of Vittoria, in which action he was wounded, as also at Busaeo. Served also in the American war,an4 
wasagalu wounded. 

S Colonel Marshall served in the Crimea during Sept. 1865 as Aide de Camp to Sir Jamas Scarlett (Medal with Glasrp 
for Sebastopol). 

3 Colonel Palmer served the Eastern campaign of 1804-5* with the 11th Hussars, including thoaflair of Bulfanalc, 
battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 



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'Ctffoa*!.— Hugh Henry,£or<* Stratbnairn, 1 GCB. GCSI. Ens. p8 June 20; £*. P24 Oot. 81 ; 

Cap/. P22 July 24; Mqjor, P30 Dec. 26; Lt.Col. P17 Sept. 39; CW. 11 Nor. 61 ; Major 

tf*n.l2Dec.54;Z*.(7en.28Feb.60; General 4 Feb. 67 ; CbfomeJ of Royal Horse Guards, 

3 March 69. 
Lieut. Colonel.— Duncan James Baillie, Cornet, v 28 Feb. 45; Zf. p 28 Sept. 47 ; Cap*, p 21 

A pril 54 ; Major £ .Brew* Z*. Col p 5 June 66 ; Z*. Co/. P 7 Dec 66. 
Major.— Owen Lewis C. Williams, Corn** p 12 May 54; Lieut, p 25 Jan. 56 | Ca»*. p 7 May 

58 ; gqjgr & Brevet Lt.Col. p 7 Dec. 66. 



Captains. 
William Wray Hartopp 4 
Alan P., Lord Garlles . 
Fraa. George Aug. Fuller 
Cecil Root. St. John Ives 
Digby H. Rich. Wingfield 
Fred. Gustavus Burnaby 
Chaa.Fitig. R. Rushout 
David Milne Home .... 
Lieutenants. 

Edward Hay ward 

Robert M'Alpine, Adj. .. 
Henry Herbert Wombwell 
Th. Wm. Langford Brooke 
CluuRob.,Zord Carington 
H. A. W. F. S., Marq. ' 

of Worcester 

Hon, OIW. G. P. Montagu 

Gilbert Stirling 

John G. Carrick Moore . • 

Cornets. 

Lawrence Dundas 

Benjamin Lee Guinness . . 
Thomas Edward Case . . 

Henry Lane Fox 

Wm. Harry Vane Milbank 
D. F. Earl of Guilford 
Thomas Priestley .... 



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Pll Mar. 53 
p 15 June 55 
p 24 Feb. 67 
p 15 Jan. 58 
p 26 Oct. 58 
p 30 Sept. 59 
p 6 Jan. 60 
p 6 May 62 

10 April 65 

24 Dec. 58 

Pll Jan. 69 

p 12 Apr. 64 

p 7 Apr. 65 

p 9 June 65 

p 1 July 63 
p 29 Dec. 65 
P 5 June 66 



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P31 Aug. 66 
Pll Jan. 67 
p 6 July 67 
p 25 Dec. 67 
p 6 May 68 
p 2 Dec. 68 
12 Dec. 68 



8 Dec. 54 
p 16 June 67 
p 15 June 68 
p 12 Mar. 61 
p 17 May 61 
P27 Sept. 61 
p 15 Oct. 61 
p 29 Dec. 65 



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27 Sept. 61 

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4 Captain Hartopp served the Baiters cam- 
paign of 1854-55, including the battles o 
Balaklara (shot through the leg) and Toher- 
naya, and liege of Sebastopol (Medal with 
Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

7 Veterinary Surgeon Harpley served with 
the Royal Artillery the Eastern Campaign of 
1&54-55, Including the affairs of Bulganac and 
M'Kenzie'eFarm, battles of Alma, Balaklara, 
with Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol and repulse 
of the Sortie on the SOUi Oct. 1854 (Medal 
with four Clasps, and Turkish Medal). Sen ed 
in the Royal Horse Artillery in India in 1857-58, and was pre^ 
sent at the action of Pandora, storm and capture of Meant 
gunge, siege and capture of Lucknow, capture of Rampore, 
Kusala, passage of the Gogra at Fjsabad, and affairs of 
Mucbagawn and Knmda Koto (twice mentioned in dispatches, 
Medal With Clasp). 



Adjutant.— Lieut. Robert M'Alpine, 24 Dec. 58, 
Riding Matter.— John Botwell, 26 March 56. 

Quarter Matter.*- Herbert Turner, 1 Jan. 31. |5 Oct. 61. 

Surgeon. — Coamo Gordon Logie, UD.,A.S. 6 Oct. 41 ; Surg. 26 Nov. 52 } Surgeon Major % 
Assistant Surgeon. — John Astley Bloxam, 28 Oct. 66. 

Veterinary Surgeon. — Matbew John Harpley, 7 24 Apr. 54 ; let Class, 9 Jan. 63. 

Blue — Facings Scarlet. 

Agents, Sir Charles R. M'Grigor, Bt. t and Co. 

[Retumedfrom France,* February 1816. J 

1 Lord Stratbnairn serred the Syrian campaign of 1840-41 (Medal, CB., Cross of St. John of Jerusalem of Prussia, and 
word or honor from the Saltan). Served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as the Queen's Commissioner at the 
Head Quarter* of the French Army, and was wounded before Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, Major General, KCB., Com- 
■uadtr of the Legion of Honor, and third Class of the Medjldie). Commanded the Central India Field Force throughout (he 
Msfcay of 1857-58, baring marched 1064 miles, took upwards of 15u pieces of Artillery, one entrenched camp, one fortified 
city, one partly Intrenched town, fought sixteen successful actions, captured twenty forts, and never sustained 
a check, aad including the relief of Saugor, capture of Ratghur, Shahghur, and Chundehree, siege and capture uf 
JkMsi aad Calpee, and various other engagements terminating in the storm and capture of Gwalior and restoration of the 
Vaiarajab ScindJa to his capital {GCB. and promoted U. General "in consideration of his eminent serrices," Medal with 
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The King's Cypher within the Garter.—" WATERLOO" * SEVASTOPOL" "TAKU PORTS" " PBKIN .** 
Colonel.— & 41® Sir James Jackson, 1 GCB. KH. Ens.90ct.OG; Lt. 25 Jan. 08; Capt.vt 

June 13 ; Bt.Maj. 18 Junel5; Bt.Lt.Col.25 May 20; Jfq/.P26 Apr.27; Lt.Col. P2Mar.3q 

Col. 23 Nov. 41 ; Maj.Gen. H Nov.5l; Lt.Gen. 260ct.58; C?cn. Feb. 65 ; CoZwwZ 1^ 

Dragoon Guards, 21 Jan. 68. 
Lt.Colonel.— Herbert Dawson Blade, 8 Co?iu;*,P25 0ct.42; Lieut.? 9 June 46; Capt.vQ 

Aug. 49; Major, p 21 Oct. 59; Lt.Col. p 22 July 68. 
Majors.— Henry Alexander, 3 Cornet, p 3 Sept. 47; £i*ttf. p6 Dec. 50; Capt. PI Feb. 56 

Major, p 12 June 63. 
James Gunter, 4 Cornet,** 18 Feb. 53; XI.P21 Nov. 56; Ca.pt.P2l Oct. 59; Major,** Dec.68 



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Chas.Rob. Kerr Hubback* 
Rich. Jas. Combe Marter 
Charles Morlev Balders 
Charles Taddy Hatfeild. 
John Matthew Benthall, 

Alfred Hutton 

Cecil John Shepherd . . 

Lieutenants. 
Henry Barker, 7 Adj. . 
William Henry Thompson 
William Edwd. Chapman 9 
Robert James Dallin . . 

Rigby Wason 

Frederick Henry Huth 

Arthur Gibbings 

Arthur Rickards .... 
Rob.de Mowbray Darnell 
Chas. Edw. Tudor Gordon 

Cornets. 
Robert James Burrowea . . 

James Budden 

Henry Charles Fox .... 
Francis Win. Robertson 
Cha. Adrian Go ughBecher 
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p 30 Dec. 62 
p 28 Apr. 63 
4 Dec. 60 
p 26 June 66 
p 12 Dec. 65 
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P 29 Apr. 53 
9 Oct. 57 
p 21 April 03 
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p 14 Jan. 62 
p 4 Nov. 64 

p 5 Mar. 61 
p 20 Feb. 67 
p 16 Nov. 66 
P21 Nov. 65 
p 14 Aug. 66 
24 Dec. 65 
p 30 Sept. 68 
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p 7 Dec. 58 
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p 9 Dec. 62 
p 29 July 62 
t> 22 Jan. 67 
P22 July 68 
P 80 Sept.68 
p 2 Dec. 68 

3 Major Alexander served with die 10U 
Hussars in the Crimea from 7th July 1855, in. 
cludiuv the battle of the Tehernaya and si«*g< 
and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and 
Turkish MoJal). Served with the 1st Dr. QJi, 
in the campaign of I860 rn China ; was engaged 
at Sin ho, present at the fall of the Taku Forts, 
engaged in the actions of 18th and 21st Sept. 
also In the advance on Pekin (Medal Willi 
two Clutps). 

8 Surgeon White. — For War Services see 
"Medical Department." 

Lieut Chapman served with the 18th 
Royal Irish in the New Zealand war of 1863-66 
(Medal!. 



18 Paymaster.— William Smith, 7 13 July 55 ; Qr.M. 23 April 52 ; Hon. Major, 23 April 67. 
12 Adjutant. — Lieut. H. Barker, 8 May 67. 
4 Riding Master.— Roland Dance, 11 30 Jan. 66. 

3 Quarter Master. — Henry Murphy, 27 Nov. 66. 

16 Surgeon. -Charles John White," A.S. 28 Mar. 54 ; Surgeon 28 June 64. 
12 Assistant Surgeon.— Joseph Salkeld Johnson, MD. 7 May 58. 
25 Veterinary Surgeon.— F. Delany, 11 25 Sept. 44 ; 1** Class, 1 July 59. 

Scarlet — Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co. 
[Returned from Madras, 20 Jtdy 1866.] 

I Sir James Jackson served in the Peninsula, from April 1800 to the end of the war in 1814, Including the battles o 
Oporto, Talavera, and Busaco; action at Pombal Redlnha, and Fos d'Arouce (wounded), battle of Puentes d'Onor(3rd and 
5th May), first siege of Badajox, action at Et Budon, »lege and capture of Ciudad Rodrlgo, siege and capture of Badajoz 
baUles of Salamanca, Vittoria (horse shot), Maya Pass, Pampeluna, 15th July, Pyrenees, 80th July, Nfvelle, Nivc, am 
Bayonne. 1* resent at Waterloo, and with the army of occupation in Prance. Served in India and Arabia from 1819 to 1826 
including the enpture of llenl-Boo-Ali, as Military Secretary to Sir Lionel Smith, and for which service he was reconi 
mended by the Marquis of Hastings for the rank of Lieut.Colonel. He has received the War Medal with nine Clasps fo 
Busaco, Fuontes d'Onor, Ciudad Uodrigo, Badajoz, Salamanca, Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, and Nive. Cotnrosnded th< 
Cavalry at the funeral of the Duke of Wellington. Served at the Cape of Good Hope as Commander of the Forces an* 
Lleut.Oovernor from March 1854 to May 1850. 

9 Lt.Colonel Slade served in the Crimean campa'gn from 10th Aug. 1855, including the battle of the Tehernaya, siege an< 
fall of Sebostopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served also in the campaign of 1860 In China ; present at the fal 
of the Taku Forts, and engaged in the actions of lbth and 21st Sept. and in the advance en Pekin (Medal with two Clasps; 

4 Major Gunter served in the Crimean campaign from 16th Aug. 18&5, including the siege and fall of Sebastopo 
(Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served also lu the campaign of 1860 in China; was engaged at Sinho, present a 
the fall of the Taku Forts, and engaged in the actions of 18th and 2Ut September, also in the advance on Pekin (Meds 
with two Clasps). 

5 Captain Hubback served in the campaign of 1860 in China; and was engaged at Sinho, present at the fall of th 
Taku Forts, and engaged in the actions of 18th and 2 lit September, also in the advance on Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 

7 Major Smith and Lieut. Barker served in the Crimean campaign from 16th Aug. 1855, including the siege am 
fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal,. 

II Veterinary Surgeon Delany served on the General Staff throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-M, including th 
battles of Alma and Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

12 Riding Master Dance was present with the Carabineers at the outbreak of the Indian Mutiny at Meerut on 10 Ma 
1857 and was afterwards present at the battles of the Hlndun, Budlekeseni, and taking the heights before Delhi, siege am 
storm of Delhi, and all minor operations during the siege, capture of the fort of Rewarree, action of Kanoud, surprise an< 
capture of Furrucknuggur, capture of the fort of Bulubghur, and subsequent operations in the Socra and Soula districts 
action of Nuleenab, capture of Bareilly, relief and attack of 8hahjehanpore, and subsequent operations against the Moulvl 
and Khan Bahadoor Khan near Mahomdee, actions of Shahabad, Bunkagaon, Pasgaon, and Russulpore, capture of the for 
of Mitowlie, dispersion of the rebels near fiishwa, and pursuit of Feroxe Shah (Medal with Clasp). 



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The Hoyal Cypher within the Garter. "Lucxmow." 
ColoneL—f Bon. Henry F. Compton Cavendish, 1 Zt*n<*. P2C May 08; Capt.PQ Juno 11 

Jfq/or, P2 April 18; Lt.Col. P12 July 91; Col. 10 Jan. 37; Maj.Gen. 9 Nov. 46 

Lt.Gen. 20 June 54 ; General, 9 Nor. 62 ; CW. 2nd Dr. Gds. 2 Jane 53. 
Lieut. Colonel.— William Henry Seymour,* CB. Ens. P7 May 47; Lieut. 10 June 52; 

Capt. 29 Dec. 54 ; Major, 13 May 58 ; Lt.Col. 7 July 58 ; Col. 7 July 63. 
Majors.— Coote Synge Hutchinson, 3 Comet, p 14 June 50; Lieut, p 1 Aug. 51 ; Cap/, p 80 

Nov. 55; Major, 7 July 58; Bt.Lt.Col. 26 April 59; Colonel 19 Nov. 66. 
Anthony Molloy Fawcett,»f Cornet p 16 Apr. 52; £*. P28 Jan. 63; Capt. 12 Jan. 55; Jfqj'or 

PI May 60. 



Captains. 

Henry Holden Steward 4 

Goodrich H. Allfrey • .. 
, George Thomas Gough * 
i George Eugene Logan 7 . . 

Thomas Wm. Sneyd 8 • . 

George Fred. Ormsby • . . 

William Jones Thomas " 

Francis O'Beirne" 

Edward Vandeleur .... 

LIBUTBNANT8. 

Frederick Greatorez 13 • . 

Arthur Brett 

Edmund Warren Cralgie 
. Benjamin Edmonds, 15 ^ <#. 
I Wm. Brodnaz Knight 18 . . 

Geo. Hamilton Heaviside 
1 Arthur Julian Burnett . . 
I John Knox Ruttledge . . 
I William Hanning Lee . . 
| Cornbt8. 

Thomas Teed 

; Jas. Fred. Stuart Menteth 
' Henry Frank Egbert Lucas 

J Thomas Ord 

I Ch. Ar.deNeufvilleLucas" 
I Joseph Henry Newill . . 

Albert M'Cann 



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15 Apr. 56 
p 2 May 56 
p 28 Dec. 55 

24 July 57 

p 7 Aug. 57 

23 July 58 

p 26 Mar. 58 

16 Aug. 59 
p 17 Sept. 61 

27 Apr. 60 
p 24 Jan. 60 

20 Oct. 59 
p 23 Jan. 63 
p 8 Aug. 62 
P 21 Nov. 65 

p 31 Mar.63 
4 Oct. 64 
p 89 Nov. 64 
p 20 Dec. 64 
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7 Mar. 58 
7 July 57 
29 Feb. 60 
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p 8 Feb. 61 
p 4 Oct. 64 
p 20 Dec. 64 
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11 Nov. 63 
22 Sept. 61 
P21 Aug. 66 
p 1 Feb. 68 
p 21 Oct. 67 



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9 Captain Ormsby served in the llndian 
campaign in 1 868-50, was present with the 
Regt. at the action of Nusserutpore, com- 
manded a detachment at the relief of Aiim- 
ghur, and served the Oude campaign, latterly 
as Orderly Officer to Brigadier Barker, includ- 



of Birwah, and Trans-Gogra affairs at Bun- 
gaon and Newabghur (Medal). 

1 1 Captain Thomas served the Oude campaign of 1868-50, in- 
cluding the assault and capture of Birwah, and Trans-Gogra 
affairs at Bungaon (Medal). 

IS Captain O'Bcirne served the Oude campaign of 1858-59, 
including the crossing 'Of the Gogra at Fyxabsd, and affairs at 
Bungaon (Medal). 

is Lieut. Greaterex served in the Indian campaign in 1869, 
including the Trans-Gogra affairs at Bungaon and Newubghur 
(Medal). 



19 Paymaster.— Fred. Windham Lukln," 10 Aug. 66; .Ens. p 16 Hay 51; Lt. P18 Nov. 63 ; 

10 ' Adjutant.— Lieut. B. Edmonds, 10 May 66. [Hon. Major, 16 May 66. 

11 ' Riding Master— James Russell, 10 24 Sept. 68. 
1 . Quarter Matter.— Edward Gundrie Tuckett, 21 13 Jan. 69. 

16 [Surgeon.— Fred. William Moore, A.S. 28 Oct. 63; Surg. 6 May 68. 
10 \ Assistant Surgeons. — John James Chappell, MD., 19 Jan. 60. 
5 Edmund Vallance, 30 Sept. 64. 

16 Veterinary Surgeon.— Tom Parinder Gudgin, 19 10 June 64 ; let Class, 29 July 02. 
Scarlet. — Facings Buff. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
[Returned from France, 8 November 1818. Embarked for India, 24 July 1 857.] 
1 Lieiti.General the Hon. Henry Cavendish served in the Peninsula from July I8O8 to January 1800 and was wounded 
through the wrist at the battle of Corunna, where he served as Aide-de-Camp to Lord William Ben tl nek. He has the 
War Modal with two Clasps for 8ahagun and Benovente, and Corunna. 
a Colonel Seymour served with the 66th Light Infantry during the Crlmran campaign of 1854-65, including the battles of 



, Balahlava, and Inkerman, and siege of Ssbastopol (Medal with four Clasp*, and Turkish Medal). Accompanied the 

Sad Dragoon Guards to India, and served in the campaigns of 1 858-69, including the action of Nusserutpore, siege and 
cantors of Locknow (charger wounded), and subsequent operations, action of Kawabguuge (in command of three squadrons 
of too Hegt.), and inoccupation of Fytabad. Commanded the Regiment throughout the Oude campaign, Including the action 
of Jnsso (wounded), assault and capture of Birwah, and Trans-Oogiaaffairs at Bungaon (frequently mentioned in despatches. 
Medal with Clasp, and CD.). 

3 Colonel Hutchinson served in the Indian campaign In 1858-59, including the siege and capture of Lucknow and sub- 
sequent operations, and commanded a detached squadron in the action of Bane, and Trans- Gogra affairs at Uungaon and 
Kewahghur (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of Lt.Colonel). 

Sf Major Fawcett served the Eastern campuign of 1 854-55 with the 50«h Regt., including the bat'Jes of Alma and Inkerman 
and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp*, and Turkish Medal). Served with the 9th Lancers the Indian campaign of 1667-69, 
commanded a Squadron at the battle of fiudlekeseral and throughout the siege and capture of Delhi (horse k hot i n repelling 
a sortie on i9th Jnne); also with Greathed's column In the action at Bolundshur (horse shot) and Allyghur.and was senior 
oficer of the Beet, in camp at Agra when the enemy attacked, and commanded during the early part of the engagement, and 
In the action at Meraigunge > present at the relief of Lucknow by I ord Clyde, battle of Cammpore on 6th Dec., and actions 
at Serakjfaat and Kbudagunge, and capture or Meeangunge ; commanded a Squadron at the siege of Lucknow from Vnd to 
lttli March, and throughout the summer campaign in Oude and Rohilcund, including actions at Rhodamowand Allygunge, 
capture of Bareilly,acuon at Shahjehanpore and pursuit to Mahomdee, and affair at Kumdakoti (Medal with two Clasps, 
and a year's service for Lucknow; . 

4 Captain Steward served in the Indian campaign, and was present at the affair of Dawah, and Trans-Gogra affairs at Bun- 
gaon (Medal). 

6 Captain Allfrey served in the Indian campaign in 1888- 89, including the siege and capture of Lucknow, subsequent 
operations, action of Koorsee. the Oude campaign, and Trans-Gogra affairs at Bungaon and Newabghur (Medal with Clasp). 

5 Captain Goaf h acrred with the 3rd Light Dragoons throngnoat the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9, including the action, of Bam- 
aaevar. paaage of the Cbenab, battle, of SadooUpore, ChiUlauwallaa, and Goojerati Medal with two Oiaepe). nerved with the 13th 
Laaceva t hi oa g hoat the Kafir war of Mttl-3 (Medal), and waa present with every expedition, including the action of Bcrea, where ho 
eaananewded the detachmenta of cavalry with Sir George Cathcart's column (mentioned in General Order* and diapatchee), and for one 

eon nalil peace waa eataUiahed. Served in the Crimea with the Itth Lancers from their la " 



year eosassanM Snr Georgtra eaeort until peace waa eatabliahed. Served in the Crimea with the ISth Lancers from their landing on the 8th 
May latav Iswsadfatg the aisge and tall of sohaatopol, battle of Tchemaya, and operations near Bupatoria under General D*Allouviue (Medal 

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"TALAVERA" "ALBUHERA" "VICTORIA" " PENINSULA » "ABY8SI If IA." 
Colonel.— Robert Richardson Robertson, 1 CB. Cornet v 8 June 20 ; Lt. p 9 Apr. 29: Capt* 

p 16 Aug. 33 ; Major p 18 June 41 ; Lt.Col. » 22 Dec. 43; Col. 20 June 54 : Major Gen. 

14 May 59 ; Lt.Gen. 31 Jau. 68 i Col. 3rd Dp. Gds. 17 June 66. 
Lieut.Colonel.—Conyen Tower , a CB. Cornet, p 7 June 44; Lieut, p 6 June 45; Ca»/. 

» 18 Jau.60; Major. P17 May 61 ; X^.CoZ. P4 Aug. 63 ; Colonel, 4 Aug.68. 
Majors.— John Miller,' JB««. 8 Not, 42 ; £(. 4 June 45 : Capt. 2 Oct, 55 ; Mai. p 4 Auir. 63- 

Bt.Lt.CoL 15 Aug. 68. r ' w * ' 

Fred. John Sandys Lindesay,* Cornet, p 10 Mar. 48; Lieut, p 2 Feb. 49 ; Capt. p6 June 

54; -tf^/or 31 July 65. 



Captains. 
Henry W.Berkeley*.... 
Geo. Romney Rawlinson 
HenryMont. Hozier* ) 
(Lt.R.Art.l Oct. 57) ] 
George Fra. Robertson 7 

Henry Langtry* 

Fred. John Geo.Murray . 

Henry V. Brooke 

Henry Howard Arthur . . 

Lieutenants. 
John Lloyd Egginton . . 

Robert Stevenson 

Daniel Alexander Grant 
Graham EdenWm.G.Hamond* 
Jas. FraLenoxMacFarlane 
Walter John Turner • . , 
Algernon Cecil Dawson 
Wm.Henry Brooke Peters 
Otho Glynn Bolitho .... 

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ErnleKerrAmyattBurney 

Robert Masters 1 * 

Frederick Hall 

Robert Steen Gray, Aaj. 
Fred. Horace D. B. Gardt 
Geo. Charlea D'Albiac 



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8 Lt.Colonel Miller served with the 10th 
Regt. in the campaign on the 8u tie) In 1848. 
and was present In the battle of Sobraou 
(Medal). Served with the 3rd Dragoon Guards 
in the Abyssiniau Campaign and commanded 
Cavalry outposts on the Bashilo rirer d urine 
the storming and Capture of Magdala (men- 
tioned In dispatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel 
and Medal). ' 

4 Major Lindesay served with the 17th 
Regt. at the siege and fall of Sebnstopol and 
assault of the Redan on the 8th Sept. 1865 1 
also at the bombard men tandsurrenderoi Kin- 
bourn (Medal with CIasp 4 and Turkish Medal). 



1 P«ynMf#f«r.— Wentworth Dawes, 18 Not. 68. 
1 Adjutant.— Cornet R. S. Gray, 6 March 69, 

4 Riding Master.— Robert Ward/* 1 May M* 

6 Quarter Master.— Samuel Dean, 9 Oct. 63. 
26 Surgeon.— Wm. Godfrey Watt," A.S. 1 Mar. 44; Surg. 28 Mar. 54 j Surg. Maj. 1 Mar. 64. 

5 Assistant Surgeon.— Albert Benjamin Robinson, 30 Sept. 64. 

7 Veterinary Surgeon. — Michael Drammond Byrne, 17 March 63. 
Scarlet— Facings Yellow.— Agents, Messrs. Hopkinson & Co. 

[Returned from Abyssinia and India, June 1868.] 

1 Lieat.General Richardson Robertson served in South Africa, In command of the successful expedition against the 
Insurgent Emigrant Boers, beyond the Orange River, In 1845. Also as Brigadier, and In command of the 7th Dragoon 
Guards in the Kaffir campaign of 1 8467 (Medal and CB.). 

% Colonel Tower served with the 6th Dragoons the Eastern campaign of 1654, including the battle of Balaklava, 
and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, and Turkish Medal). Commanded the 3rd Dragoon Guards during the 
Abyssinian Campaign in 1866 and was present at the assault and Capture of Magdala (Mentioned in dispatches. CB.. and 
Medal). 

6 Major Berkeley served with the 3rd Dr. Guards in the Abyssinian Campaign in 1868, was present at the storming and 
Capture of Magdala, and commanded a picquet of the Regt (Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

6 Captain Hosier served the Campaign of 1860 in China with the Royal Artillery, including the Capture of the Takn 
Forts and actions near Tangehow (Medal with two Clasps). Served in the Abyssinian Campaign in 1868 as Assistant Military 
Secretary to Lord Napier, and was mentioned in dispatches as having evinced " great energy and practical ability " (Medal). 

7 Captain Robertson served in the Abyssinian Campaign in 1868 as Adjutant 3rd Dragoon Guards, and was present at 
the storming and Capture of Magdala (Medal). 

8 Captain Langtry served in the Abyssinian Campaign in 1868, and was present at the storming and Capture of Magdala 
(Medal). 

9 Lieut Hamond served with the 3rd Dr. Guards in the Abyssinian Campaign in 1868 (Medal). 

12 Cornet Masters served with the 16th Lancers in the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46, and was present at the affair of 
Buddiwal, and actions of Aliwal and Sobraon (Medal and Clasp). Served, with the 7th Hussars in the Indian campaign from 
Feb. 1868 to March 18*9, and was present at the repulse of the enemy's attack on the Alumbagh, siege and capture of 
Lncknow, affairs of Baree and Sirsee, actions of Nawabgunge, occupation of Fyiabad, passage of the Goomtee at Sultanpore, 
throughout the Byswarra campaign, including the affairs of Kandoo Nudee, Paleeghat, and Hyderghur, pursuit of Benhi 
Madho's force to the Qoou"- -' - "*- m ** " ' * "' v ■----'--- —***■ — * ----- *... - - 



Goomtee ; also the Trans-Gogra campaign, including the affair near Churda and pursuit, taking the fort 

__ «__i- .-.l „.* A ^ « , •*. • ^ liepaul and affair at Sitkaghat (Medal and Clasi 

„ ,_„_ h Hussars from the 17th April 1856, including _ 

Capture of Ctorgaum. battle of the Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Received 



of MeeJeedia. attack on Bankee with pursuit to the Raptee, advance into « epaul and affair at Sitkaghat ( 
13 Riding Master Ward served in the Crime " "* "" **"* 



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Un the Standards tad Appointments the HABP urn OBOWN, an* f A* S/or of St. PATRICK, with the motto 
" Qui* srparabitr'— "PENINSULA "BALAXLAVA" "SEVASTOPOL." 

Colonel.— 9 Ml 5tr Junes Charles Chatterton, .B*. 1 KCB. KH. Cor. • 23 Not. 00; Lt. 6 J one 

11; Capt.*26 Mar. 18; Mq/or, P22 July 24; Lt.CaL P18 Dec. 27; ]CW. 23 Nov. 41 ; 

Maj.Qen. 20 Jane 54; Lt.Gen. 13 Deo. 69; Gen. 31 March 66; Cot. 4th DragooD Guards, 

22 Not. 68. 
Lt.Colonel.—Chtiles Cameron 9hute,'CB. Cor.* 19 July 34; Lt. p 13 May 39 ; Can*. *5 Mar. 

47 ; M<y. 1 June 54; Bt.Lt.Col. 12 Dee. 54; Z#.Col. P 19 Feb. 58 ; Col. 21 Sept. 58. 
Major.— Frank Chaplin, 3 Cor. p 8 May 46 ; Lieut. 31 Oct. 48 ; Capt. p 8 Apr. 53 ; ilfq/or, 

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Christopher M'Donnel 4 
Henry Haskett Chilton 
Henry Edward Bridges 
Bandolph R. Luseombe 
James Alexander Tait 
James Colquhoon . . - . 
Tho.BradneyShaw-fiellier 
William John Brooke 

LlBTTTBNANTS. 

Edward Harran 6 

George Hall Ringrote 
Geo.Ramsay Al ured Dense 
John Sidney Bates ...... 

Philip Edward Poppe,ii#, 
John Fisken Halket 



Jas. Cunningham Douglas 



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Ml Deo. 57 
13 May 59 
P31 July 60 
p 12 Oct. 60 
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p 8 July 62 
p 7 Nov. 62 
p 7 Apr. 63 
p 5 May 63 



Ml July 65 
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p 17 Apr. 67 
p 16 May 68 
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Biding Master 
oft \r Q - r.n Price served the Eastern campaign of 1854- 
no« Vt «o M t including the battles of Belakiava and 
v w May o9 inkerman, siege of Sebattoaol, night-attack 
P 9 Aug. 64 on Russian outposts 10th Feb. 1866, and 
P 4 July 65 battle of Tchernaya (Medal with three Clasps, 
on T..W fiA and Turkish Medal). 

ii 1 y 5r • !•*•««• Harran served the Eastern cem- 
P 20 Oet. 65 paign of 1664-66, Including the battles of 
P 9 Mar. 66 Balaklava, Inkerroao, and Tchernaya, and 
ol7 Anr RT siege of Sebastopol (Medal with threeClasps, 
non t i nL >n d Turkish Medal). 
p 22 July 68 | 7 Burgeon Wilson. -For War Services see 
" Medical Department" 



P17 Nov. 63 

John Chadwick p 12 Apr. 64 

Edwin Black Hawkins .. p 7 Mar. 65 

Cornets. 
Charles Henry Currey .. P12 Sept. 65 
Merryn C. Stephen Tynte p 13 Mar. 66 
Win/Walter Patrick Joyce p 9 Mar. 67 

Laurence Murphy p 17 Apr. 67 

JohnDalton p 15 Feb. 68 

Wm. J.Howard Townsend p 20 June 68 

George Edw. Dowdeswell p 22 July 68 

JohnRob.PheUptGoodden p 10 Feb* 69 

Paymaster. — George Andrew Coventry, 1 Feb. 60; Hon. Captain 1 Feb. 65. 

Aajutant.— Lieut. P. E. Poppe. 17 Apr. 67. 

Siding M otter.— George Price/ 18 April 55 5 Cornet, 5 Not. 54. 

Quarter Afosfen— Soloraan Williams, 11 April 68. 

Surgeon.— Edwin Wilson,' A.S. 19 May 55 ; Surgeon, 25 Nov. 68. 

AoeUt.8urgeon.~-&anMar& Moore, MB. 2 Oct. 66. 

Veterinary Surgeon.— Lake Byrne, 20 Jan. 52 ; 1st Claee, 9 Jan. 63. 

Scarlet— Facinge Blue.— Agent, Henry Tucker Clack, Esq. 
[Returned from the Crimea, July 1856.] 

1 Sir James Chattertoa serred in the ISth light Dragoons, now the Boyal Lancers, in Portugal, Spain, Renders, and 
France, from 1811 to 181 8, including the affairs of Fucnte Guinaldo and Aldeade Ponte; the sieges of Quoad Rodrigo and 
Badajos; frequently employed upon douched posts of observation and thanked for his exertions ; the actions of usagre, 
lietena. Passage of the Tonnes, near Salamanca (town), and attack of the enemy's rear-guard. Heights of San Christ^ ' 
~* * , Cestrajon, and battle of Salamanca; affairs at Tuoela, Valladolid, Ccladadcl Caminho, to the inrestment and liegi 



near Salamanca (town), and attack of the enemy's rear-guard. Heights of San Christoval. 

„ . ilamsnca; affairs at Tuoela, Valladolid, Ccladadcl Caminho, to the inrestment and siege of 

actions at Monasteno, Bridge of Baniel, Quintana Palla Venta del Poio, and Cabezon, actions on the retreat from Bnrgos 

sanea, thence to the combat and passage of the Huebra, Torrcoucmada and outposts to Cludad Rodrigo, upon the 

of the army in 1818; the passage of the Ebro and Esla, action at Osma, and battle 01 Vittoria, actions at villa Franca, 

" > the siege and capture of San 8ebastian. The actions on crossing the Bidassoa, and carrying the enemy's fortified 

seats. The battle of the Niveile, the actions at St. Jean de Lux, at Anglct, the Mayor's House, Bidart, the battles on 

from the 9th to the 18th Dec. 1818 ; the passage of the Adour, and investment of Bayonne ; occupation of Bordeaux, 



T otooa, to the siegeand 

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the fsssaage of the Gaionne, and affairs at Etaliera or the passage of the Dordognc, besides various skirmishes and minor affairs. 
In 1*15, the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, to the advance on and capture of Paris. He has received the Cross of Knight 
of the loyal Hanoverian Guelphic Order, that of San Fernando of Spain, the War Medal and four Clasps for the battle of 
ftajasaoars, Yittosia, Niveile, and Nive, and the Waterloo Medal. Keceived the commands of her Majesty to attend and bear 
the Gnat Banner on the occasion of the Funeral of the late illustrious Duke of Wellington, «• in consideration of his long, 
fait h Jal, and distjaspnehed services " 

a OoJoael 8ha*e served la the 18th Lt. Dragoons with the Field Force employed In the reduction of Kurnool, East 
Indies, land with the 6th Dragoons the Eastern campaign of 1864-66 (as Assist. Adjutant General of the Cavalry Division 
since Stat Kor. 1864 toftad July 1888), including the battles of Balaklava and Inker man, siege and Tall of Sebastopol, 
night attack on the Bosnian out-posts 19th Feh. 1856, and battle of the Tchernaya (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet LuCol., 
Knight of the Legion of Honor, 8th Class of the Medjidle, and Turkish Medal). 

S Major Chaplin serred the Ponjaub campaign of 1848-9 with the 3rd Light Dragoons, and was present in the affair of 
Besnsnsgawr, passage of the Chenab at Wuxeerabad on the 1st Dec. 1848 with the force under Sir Joseph Thackwell, and 
settles of Sedoolapore, CailUanwallab, and Qoojerat (Medal with two Clasps). 



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The motto u Vestigia nulla retrorsum."—" SALAMANCA ° " VITTORIA" " T0ULOU8E " " PENIN8UL 

" BALAKLAVA " " SEVASTOPOL." 



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Gapt. P9 June25; -flfq/or, D ll June 30; Lt.Col. P3 July 40; Col. 11 No 



P 24 Oct. 81; 

- , , - .-„ --, Nov. 51 ; Major 

Gen. 12 Dec. 54 ; Zt.Gen. 9 Nov. 62 ; Col. 5th Dragoon Guards, 3 Aug. 60. 
Lt.Colonel.-~ Hon. Somerset John Gough Calthorpe,* Cor. p 23 May 48 ; Lt. p 23 May 51 • 

Cfl^.Pl4Sep.55;J?^JIf<y.2Nov.6^;3f/y.22July56;X^CoZ.P15Feb.61;C^.l6Feb.e6. 
Major.— Fred. Hay Swinfen,» Cornet, P 10 April 49 ; Lt. p 19 April50 ; CapU 15 Dec. 54 ; 
Maj. p 15 Feb. 61 . 



Captains. 
George Sapte Burnand 4 
Richard T. Godman*. . . . 
Wm. James Scarlett 
William Edw. Mainland* 
Wm. Miles Nairn Kington 
James Dyson Bourne. , 

John Kennedy , 

Francis Gist 

Lieutenants. 
William Bennion Foulkes 

Edward Murphy 

George Pritchard 

Richard Jones Sankcy . . 
Forster Mayers Clarke . . 

Edward Adderley -. 

Edward Alfred Jee 

Edward Henry Conant . . 

Cornets. 
Fred. Ferd. Burkinyoung 
Thomas Arthur Freeman 
Jas. Lawrence Charnock 
Edward Johnson Brown 
Tho. Henry Hartnell,y44/\ 
Geo. A J. Compton Wbyte 
Bernhard HenryEntwisle 
John Oswald Trotter . . ! 



p 12 April 50 
P17 May 50 

11 Dec. 57 
p 17 Feb. 57 

26 Feb. 58 
p 21 Dec. 60 
p 14 May 58 
p 12 Mar. 61 

P30 Apr. 61 
p 31 Oct. 62 
p 7 Nov. 62 
p 18 Mar. 63 
p 14 Apr. 63 
p 13 Dec. 65 
p 2 Mar. 66 
P 17 July 66 

p 3 Aug. 66 
p 14 Sept. 66 
p 15 Sept. 66 
p 20 Apr. 67 
I May 67 
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p 2 May 68 
p 8 Aug. 68 



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CAPTAIN. BREV.MAJ. BT. LT.COL 



p 28 Feb. 53 
p 3 Mar. 54 
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p 10 Dec. 58 
p 8 Feb. 61 
p 7 Nov. 62 
p 24 May 59 
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p 19 Apr. 64 
p 2 May 65 
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p 1 Sept. 65 
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p 28 June 69 



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21 July 55 
p 16 Jan. 63 
p 3 Mar. 60 
p 19 Apr. 64 
p 3 Aug. 66 
p 30 Dec. 64 
p 8 Aug. 68 

10 Surgeon Ovens and Doctor U'Sheehy. — 
For War Sendees see "Medical Depart, 
ment." 

11 Veterinary Surgeon Constant served the 
Eastern campaign of 1854-36, including the 
battles of Alma, Balaklata, and Internum, 
and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with four 
Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 



3 Paymaster. — Lambert Lyons Montgomery 9 (late Lt.Col. Scots Fas, Qds.) t 11 Aug. 60. 

3 Adjutant.— Cornet T. H. Hartnell, 1 May 67. 

4 Riding Master.— Thomas Miller, 7 Nov. 66. 
6 Quarter Master. — William Denis Lemmoo, 3 June 64. 

16 Surgeon.— John Coote Ovens, 10 12 June 63 ; Assist. Surg. 16 Dec. 63. 
13 Assistant Surgeon.— Edward Louis M<Sheehy, 10 MD. 27 May 67. 
20 Veterinary Surgeon.— Stephen Price Constant, 11 27 Oct. 49 ; let Close, 26 Nov. 61. 
Scarlet — Facings Green. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
Returned from the Crimea, 28 May 1866. 

1 The Hon. Sir James Scarlett served the Eastern campaign of 1864-66 In command of the Heavy Cavalry Brigade and 
afterwards of the Cavalry Division, Including the battles of Balaklava, Inkerman, and Tchernaya, siege and fall of 
Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, KCB., Commander of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 2nd 
Class of the Medjidie). 

2 Colonel Hon. S. J. G. Calthorpe served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as Aide de Camp to Lord Raglan, including 
the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, affairs of Bulganak and M'Kcnzie's Farm, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with* 
four Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Houor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

3 Mujor Swlnfen served the Eastern campaign or 1854-55, including the battle of Balaklava (wounded) add siege of 
Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

4 Major Burnand served tlio Eastern campaign of I860, including the siege of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and 
Turkish Medal). 

5 Captain Godman served the Eastern campaign of 1854-06 as Adjutant of the 5th Dragoon Guards, including the tattles 
of Balaklava, Inkerman, and Tc horn ay a, and siege or Sebastopol ( Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

6 Captain Marsland served with the 1st Dragoon Guards in the campaign of I860 in China, and was engaged atSlnho, 
present at the full or the Taku Ports, and engaged in the actions of the 18th and 21st September, also In the advance on 
Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 

8 Lt.Col. Montgomery* when on passage to India in the transport Briton, with troops, was wrecked on the lesser Anda- 
man, in Nov. 1844, and remained on that island 51 days suffering very severe privations. He served fn the 80th Regt. 
throughout the Sutlei campaign of 1845-6, including the battles of Moodkee, Ferozeshah. and Sobraon (Medal and two 
Clasps). Also in the Burmese war of 1855 (Medal) including the capture of Martaban (wounded), the operations before 
Rangoon on the 12th, 13th, and 14th April, and the capture of the Great Dagon Pagoda (with the storming party), and 
capture of Prom e. 



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] Oth Regiment of Dragoon Guards ( Carabineers). 85-36 

" SBYASTOPOL " "DELHI." 
CetoneL—Sir John Rowland Smyth, 1 KCB. Cornet, 5 July 21 ; Lt. P26May25; Capt. 

'22 Apr. 26; Maj. P17 Aug.41j Bt.Lt. CoL 19 June 46; Lt. Col. p 10 Dec. 47; Col. 

20 June 64; Maj. Gen. 24 Dec. 60 ; CoL 6th Dr. Gds. 21 Jan. 68. 
Lieut. CobmeL—Courteniy William Bruce* Ensign, 15 May 65 ; Lieut. P26 Oct. 55 ; Capt. 

P20et.67; Major,* b Apr. 64; Lt. Col. P23 Oct. 67. 
Majors.— William Thomas Betty, 4 Cornet, P14 May 52 ; Lieut. 15 June 65 : Capt. 

16 Dec. 57 ; Major, v 23 Oct. 67. 
Edward Napier, Cornet, 31 Dec. 57; Lt. 26 July 58; Capt. p 15 Feb. 61; Major, P24 

Mar. 69. 



Captains. 

John Fryer 

Arthur FitzPaL Godman 
Henry Samuel Hall .... 
George Salis Schwabe . . 
Morgan James Saurin .. 
Charles Fred. Marriott . . 
Hy.Blackburne Hamilton 
Charles Leigh Davy .... 

Lieutenants. 
Wm.WaUaceGraham*a<jf. 

Hardin Burnley 

Hugh C. G. Montgomery 
William Robert Phelipa 
Cecil H. J. G. L. G. Williamson 
Wm. Charles Love Farrer 
Frederic Came Hatch. . . . 
Walter Macmillan Scott 
Fred. Duncombe Shafto. . 

Cokmbts. 
Florance T. S. Rippingall 
Alfred Bd w. EdmJacobson 
William Horace Hall . 
Charles Edward Byrom 
John Moore 



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p 23 Sept. 63 
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p 29 Nov. 64 

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p 18 Apr. 65 
p 14 Sept. 66 
p 28 Dec. 66 
p 8 June 67 
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p 5 Apr. 64 
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p 17 Apr. 66 
p 29 May 67 
p 23 Oct. 67 
p 20 June 68 
p 24 Mar. 69 
p 29 May 69 

3 Major Jervis served with the 13th Light 
Dragoons the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, in. 
eluding the reconnaissance to frilistria with Lord 
Cardigan, affairs of BuIganakandM'Kenzie's 
Farm, battles of Alma, Balaklava (hone sbnt\ 
Inker man, and Tchernaya, and siege of 
Sevastopol; also present with the Litht 
Brigade at Euuaioria (Medal with four Clasp*, 
and Turkiah Medal). 

8 Qr.Maaler Griffith served with the 6th 
Dr. Gds. during the Baatern campaign of 
1854-55, inelnding the battles of Balaklava, 
Inkerman, and Tchernaya, siege and fall of 
Sevastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Turkish 
Medal, and French War Medal). 



Paymaster.— Charles Sewell, 5 Jan. 55 ; Cornet, p 17 Oct. 61 ; Hon. Major, 17 Oct. 66. 
Adjutant.— Lieut. William Wallace Graham, 4 17 July 63. 
Riding Matter.— Francis Levison Michael, 7 11 July 66. 
Quarter Master.— George Griffith, 8 3 June 69. 

Surgeon.— Richard Gilborne, 9 A.S. 2 Oct. 46; Surg. 8 Dec. 64; Surgeon Major, 2 Oct. 66. 
Assistant Surgeon. — James Landale, Mb. 16 Sept. 67. 
Veterinary Surgeon.— WWiHin Hall, 26 Nov. 61. 

Blue— Facing* White. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. Irish Agents, Messrs. Cane & Sons. 
[Returned/ram India, 26M July 1861.] 

1 Sir John Rowland Smyth served with the 16th Lancers at the siege of Bhurtpore, under Lord Com hcrmerc (Medal). 
Served die Gwalior campaign of 1813 and commanded the advanced wing of the cavalry at the action of Mnharajpore under 
Joseph Thackwcll— horse wounded (Medal). Served in the Sutlcj campaign in 1846, commanded the 16th Lancers at the 
tie of Alxwal, at which he captured eleven nieces of artillery and drove the Sikh force of Infantry completely off the field 



Sir Jo 



■Iter three distinct charges— severely wounded through the thigh in the first charge. (Mentioned in despatches. Brevet of 
iLCateneU CB. Medal with Clasp). 

1 LtXotoneJBrnee served with the Carabineers from the outbreak at Meernt to the pacification of Oude, and commanded 
a aqwadnm at the action of Bunkagaon on 8th Oct. 1858, also in the subsequent campaign Including she actions of Mn- 
aoaiitispom and Bosaoolpore, advance on and capture of Mltowlee, affairs of Allygunge and Bisnar, and pursuit of the 
IT it ala for three months through Rajpoulana and Central India (Medal). 

4 Major Betty served In the Crimea from 26th May 1855, including the battle of the Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebas- 
topot, and was with the Light Cavalry Brigade at Eupatorla (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 8erved from the 
outbreak at Meernt in 1867 inclndinn operations in Rohllcnnd, and affair at Kukrowlie (severely wounded), and taking of 
Bareilly; atoo campaign in Oude in 1868-49, Including the action of Buxarghat, Doondeakeira, and affair of Baaaingpore 
(Medal)* 

5 Lievt. Graham served In the 17th Lancers throughout the Eastern campaign of 1864-56, including the affair 
M'Ke*tle*s Farm, battles of Alma, Balaklava, Inkerman, and Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebaatopol (Medal with four 
Ckane, and Turkish Medal). Was present with the Carabineers at the outbreak of the 8epoy Mutiny at Meerut on 10th 
May 1867 ; served the Rohtteuad campaign of 1668 until wounded j alao tha Oude campaign of 1858-9 (Medal). 

* litis*- Master Michael served the Baatern campaign of 1864-66, Including the affair of Bulganak, battles or Alma and Tehemaya, 
glaga and fall o/ Sevastopol, and was also present with the Light Brigade at Bupetoria (Medal with two Clasps and Turkish Medal). 
• Surgeon Major Gilborae.— For War Services see " Medical Department." 



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Colonel.— Lord George Augustus Frederick PagCt, ! KCB. Cornet Jr Sub 'Lieut.* 25 July 34; 

Lt. » 1 Dec. 37 ; Capt. p 17 Aug. 41 ; Major,* 30 Jan. 46; Lt.Col. p 29 Dec. 46 j CoL 20 

June 54 ; Major General 1 1 Not. 61 ; CoL 7th Dragoon Guards, 28 Jan. 68. 
Lt. Colonel.— Robert Clarke, Cor. 80 Nov. 55 ; Lieut. p3 Mar. 57 ; Capt. * 6 May 59 ; Major, 

P2 Mar. 66 ; Lt.Col. p 21 Mar. 68. 
Majors.— Arthur Gonne Bell-Martin,* En*, p 27 Aug. 52 ; Lieut. 5 June 55 ; Capt. 8 Feb. 61 ; 

Major, p 17 Apr. 69. 
John Peyton, 3 2nd Lt. P 21 July 48 ; Lieut, p 18 May 49 ; Capt. 31 Aug. 58 ; Major, 

p 17 Apr. 69. 



Captains* 
Crofton Toler Vandeleur 
Edmund Molyneux . . . 
Jas. Jno. Loudon M'Adain 
Arthur Hare Vincent. . • 
Richard D'Olier George 

s. Colin Campbell 

Wigram Montagu Money 
Samuel James Dakin 
Lieutenants. 
D.ScotlandCQ.M.16 Dec.M) 
William RobinsouTruman 
Et an Aubrey Thomas . • 
John Fryer Chapman . . 

George Watson 

Walter Creagh 

Cecil Leycester Becher.. 
Francis Charles Clark . . 
Richard Powell Rees.. . . 

Cornets. 
George Maurice Maher . . 
William John Luxmoore. 
GawinW.RowauHamilton 
William Woods Weston . . 
Charles Edward Beckett 
Chas. Synnot Johnstone 



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p 21 July 63 
p 4 Dec. 63 
4 Oct. 64 
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6 Sure. Major Allan.— Tor War Services 
'Medical Department." 



Paymaster.— William Francis Wheble, 16 May 60. 
Adjutant.— Lieut. David Scotland, 17 Nor. 54. 
Hiding Master. — Henry Pearce Phillips, 2 Oct. 57. 
Quarter Master.— Henry Lewis, 28 Oct. 68. 

Surgeon.— Robert Marshall Allen, 6 A .5.30 June 43; Surg. 28 Mar. 54; Surg, Major, 80 June 03. 
Assist. Surgeen.— IS iai&n Alexander Williamson, MD. 31 March 68. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — Charles George Hetherington Reilly, 15 Feb. 61. 
Scarlet — Facings Black. — Agents, Messrs. Cox fc Co. 
[Returnedfrom India, 23 Nov. 1867.] 
1 Lord George Paget served in the Eastern campaign of 1651-55 ; commanded the 4th Light Dragoons at the battle of Alma, 
and in the Light Cavalry charge of BaLaklava. Commanded the Light Cavalry Brigade at the battles of Inkcrman and 
Tchcrnaya, and on the expedition to Eupatoria and operations thence with General D'AJlonvillc. Commanded for a tuna the 
Cavalry Division in 1856 (Medal and Clasps, Officer of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 3rd Class of 
the Medjidie). 

2 Major BelLMartln served with the 9th Lancers throughout the suppression of the Indian Mutiny in 1847.&9, In- 
eluding the battle of Budlekeserai, siege assauit and capture of Delhi, actions of Bolundshuhur and Aliyghur, battle of 
Agra, affair at Kanouge, relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, battle of C awn pore on 6th Dec., actions at Seraighat and 
Knudagunge, capture of M eeangunge (officiated as Brigade Major of Cavalry), siege and capture of Lucknow, the summer 
campaign in Oude and Rohllcund and actions at Rhodamow and Aliyghur, capture of BareUly, action at Shahjeaanpore and 
pursuit to Mahomdee (four times mentioned in despatches. Medal with three Clasps). 

3 Major Peyton served as an Engineer Officer on the Pesnawur Frontier in 1864 and 1855 and remodelled the forts of 
Michnee, Shubkudder, and Abozai, between the Khyber Pass and Cabool river, in front of an Enemy, his men having on more 
than one occasion been shot down at their work and his predecessor Lieut Bulnois of the Bengal Engineers killed in dis- 
charge of that duty : was present at every engagement which took place with the Hill Tribes during the above period. Re- 
ceived the thanks of Government for special services on the frontier of Thibet. Served during the Indian Mutiny of 1857-68 
and narrowly escaped falling into the hands of the Sealkote Mutineers at the engagement on the Kavee under General 
Nicholson; was present at the Pesnawur outbreak as 2nd in Command of the 18th runiaub Irregulars, tike Commanding 
Officer, the Adjutant, and the Doing Duty Officer, the only other European officers present being all three severely wounded 
(Medal). Captain Peyton has passed the Interpreters' Examination in Hindostaaee and taken degrees of high proficiency in 
the Oordoo and Persian Languages at the Colleges of Calcutta and Madias, and received the reward— jg«00. 



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The Crest or England irlChln the eerier. The Eagle. '•Bptetemur ngtnio." 
"PENINSULA" •« WATBRLOO" « BALAKLAVA »» " SEVASTOPOL." 



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CVlMcf^-Chftries Philip Ainslie, tout Lt. 10 Apr. 25; Lt. p28 Jan. 26; Capt. p 16 Mar. 30; 

Major, p 14 Oct. 43 ; Lt.Col. p 33 Oo t. 47 ; Cot. 88 Not. 64; Major General 7 July 63 ; 

Col. 1st Drs. 8 Mar. 60. 
Lieut.Colonel— James Ainslie,* Cor. PIS Oct. 48; £t. P31 Dee. 40; Capt. Pll Oct. 63; 

iVo/or, p 16 Oct. 60 ; X*. Col. p 8 May 67. 
Major.-- Walter John Coney,* Cornet, p 18 Jan. 50 ; Lt. ? 85 Feb. 58 ; Capt. 23 Dec. 54 ; 

Major, p 8 May 67. ^ 



Captains. 
Henry F. Geo. Coleman 
John Gordon Graham • 

Frederic Radford 

Charles Hall 

Arthur Mesliam ....... 

Edmund Bacon Hutton. 
Edward Wynne Griffith. 
Charles Falkiner Morton 

LlBUTBRAHTS. 

John Lee,' Aaj 

figerton Leigh 

Allan Maclean 

Joseph Spencer Benyon. . 
Hen. Cosby Godol.Trench 
George Brown Russell . . { 

Corbet Smith | 

RicluM. Synnot Mannsell 
Robert Hamilton Slubber, 



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P20 June 48 
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86 Feb. 58 

p 7 Jan. 60 

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p 29 Mar. 64 
p 7 Apr. 65 
p 8 May 67 
p 15 Feb. 68 
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p 5 May 69 
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CAPTAIN. ! BRKV.MAJ. 

Pll Dec. 57 
p 19 Feb. 58 
P23 Aug. 59 
p 9 Dec. 62 
p 7 Apr. 65 
p 8 May 67 
p 24 Mar. 69 
Pl2 J one 69 

8 Surgeon Muichamp.— For War Services 
see " Medical Department." 

10 Qr.Masier Scott served the Eastern cam- 
paign of 1854-55, including the battles of 
Bolaklars, Inkerman,audTchernaja,and siege 
of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, and 
Turkish Medal). 

1 1 Riding Matter Cruse served the Eastern 
campaign, including the battle* of Bnlaklara 
and Inkerman, and sieire of Sebastopol (Medal 
with three Clasps, and Tuiktah Medal). 



P29 Dec, 48; HonM<y. 
t20 Oct. G2. 



Cornets. J 

Willoughby Cha. Cotton | p 8 May 67 
John Archibald Middleton P 8 Ang. 68 
Arthur Sydney Gladstone p 18 Nov. 68 
Robert Wm.Llewellyn . . | p 24 Mar. 69 

Paymaster.— Henry Dixon, 6 29 Oct. 52 j Bns.vQ Feb. 47$ Lt. 
Adjutant. — Lieut. John Lee, 8 24 April 55. 
Biding Matter.— George Cruse, 11 16 March 55. 
Quarter Master.— William Scott, 10 26 Oct. 49. 

Surgeon. — William Henry Muschamp, 8 A.S. 23 Jan. 65 j Surgeon, Nov. 67. 
Ass'ut.Surgeon. — John Warren, 9 Nov. 57. 

I Veterinary Surgeon.— Francis Frederick Collins, 8 Dec. 48 5 1st Class, 26 Nov. 61 • 
Scarlet — Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co. Irish Agents, Messrs. Cane & Sons. 
Returned from the Crimea, 27 May 1856. 

1 Sir Arthur Clifton's services:— Campaigns of 1809, 10, 1 1 , 12, IS, 14, and 16. Commanded a sqeadron in covering ar.d 
supporting four Spanish guns at the battle of Talavera, and employed in different subsequent operations; battle of fiuraeo, 
pom.it of Massena from Santarem, taking from him prisoners and bapgage; battle of Fuentrs d'Onor, action* at >"a\e 
d'Aver, Bl Bodon, Fuentes Ouinaldo, and Aldea de Ponte; several a flair* during the retreat of the arm? from Snlamanta 
to Csudad Bodrigo; charged with a squadron a body of Preneh Infantry under General Clause 1, near Sslamanca, killing or 
taking; nearly a huadred of the enemy ; battle of Ylttoria, blockade of Pampeluna, several affairs in the Pyrenees, bait)* 
»f Toulouse, skirmishing with the enemy and covering the retreat on the 17th of June, and battle of Watirloo. Sir 
Arthur has received the Gold Medal and one Clasp for Fuentes d'Onor and Vlttoria; and the Silver War Medal with three 
Claspe for Talavera, Busaco, and Toulouse; is a Knight 2nd Class St. Anne of Russia, and 4th Class Wilhelm of Holland. 

* LLCotooel Ainslie served the Eastern campaign of 1*55, Including the battle of Tchernaya and siege of Sebastor. ol 
(Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

9 Major Coney and Lieut. Lee served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Balaklava, Inkerman, 
and Tcaeraaya, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, and Turkfeh Medal). 

6 Major Dixon served the Eastern csmpaign of 1854-56 with the 7th Puslliers, Including the battles of Alma and 
- ' siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 



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89 2nd {Royal North British) Regiment of Dragoons (Scots Greys). t Ha *cSK te ™* 

On the Standards an Bagle.— " WATERLOO" "BAXAKLAVA" "SEVASTOPOL." 

Colonel.— Sir John Bloomfield Gough, 1 KCB., JBns. 24 Feb. SO; Lt.fl Oct 25 ; Capt. 

p 1 Aug. 26 ; Bt.Major, 26 May 41 ; Bt.Lt.CoL 23 Dec 42 5 Col. 2 Aug. 50 ; Maj.Gcn. 

30 Jan. 65; Lt.Gen. 9 Nov. 62; Co/. 2nd Drs.31 Jan. 64. 
Lieut. Colonel.— Andrew Nugent,* Comet p 17 Dec. 62; LU p24 Hoy. 64 j Capt. p 8 Feb. 

66 ; Major 31 Mar. 66 ; Lt.CoU p 3 Feb. 60. 
Major.— J.enox Prendergast, 4 Cornet, p 11 Mar. 53; £f. 8 Dec. 54 ; Cap*, p 13 June 56; 

Major, p 3 Feb. 69. 



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Captains, 
A. S. Montague Browne 6 
Charles Hill Uniacke 6 
Hugh Edinond Browning 
Francis Lamb Philp .... 

John Stansfeld 

Juraes Brander Dunbar 7 
Geo. Edw. G. Foster Pigott 

Thomas Hunt 

Lieutenants 
s. J. Wallace Hozier, Adj. 
William Connel Black 

Thomas Jessop 

Wm. Rob.Wills Sandford 
Horace Stafford O'Brien 
Fra. James Agnew Wallace 
Patrick Sanderson 
Francis Glennie Farquhar 
Ed.G;M.Donnithorne, 8 \ 
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Geo. Fred. A. M. Bashford 
George Thomas Scott 

John Wilson 

Walter Johnson 

John Hy. Raymond Rowe 
James Charles Maberly 
Colin John Campbell 
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18 Nov. 63 

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4 Apr. 56 

12 Jan. 55 

14 July 58 

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p 16 Mar. 56 p 24 Dec. 68 
23 Oct. 55 , p 25 Feb. 59 
27 Not. 57 p 19 July 64 
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p 14 June 64 
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p 30 Mar. 66 
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p 25 Sept. 67 
p 22 Aug. 68 
p 3 Feb. 69 



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8 Lt. Colonel* Nugent served in the Eastern cam- 
paign of 18M-65, Including tbe battles or Rataklava, 
tnkermaa, and Tehernaya, and •lege of Sebestopol 
(Medsl with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal) 

4 Major Prendergast served in the East- 
ern campaign, Including the affair of 
M*Kenxie'a Farm, the batile of tialaklava 
(severely wounded by a musket bullet on the 
right fool), and siese of Sebaatopol (Medal 
with two Clasp*, and Turkish Medal). 

A Captain Browne was at the battle of tb« 
Tehernaya, and tbe siege and fall of Sebaatopol 
(Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 



Paymaster. — James Clarke Hicks, 1 March 64 ; Honorary Captain, 1 March 69. 

Adjutant.— Lieut. John W. Hozier, 29 May 66. 

Riding Master.— Charles Walter Neal, 6 Nov. 67. 

Quarter Master. — John Fergusson, 12 April 64. 

Surgeon.— John Mullins, A. 8. J 3 Oct. 43; Surg. 6 Oct. 64; Surgeon Major 13 Oct. 68. 

Assistant Surgeon. — Thomas Rudd, 9 MD., 1 Aug. 57. 

Veterinary Surgeon. — Andrew Galbraith Ross, 16 May 6$. 

Scarlet — Facings Blue.— Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. Irish Agents, Messrs. Cane& Sons. 
Returned from the Crimea , 4 July 1866. 
1 Sir John Gough served during the war in China of 1840-42 as Deputy Quarter Master General and head of the depart- 
ment ; was present at almost every engagement during tho expedition, and received the brevet rank of Major and Lt.Colunel 
together with the Companionship of the Bath (Medal). Served in the Gwalior campaign of 1843-44 as Military Secretary to 
the Commander in Chief in India, and was present at the battle of Maharajpore (Modal). Appointed a Brigadier in the Army 
of the SutleJ 1845-4(5; commanded the 2nd Brigade of Cavalry at the battles of Moodkee and Ferozeshah, and officiated as 
Quarter Master General of H. M/s forces in India at the battle of Sobraon, where he was severely wounded (Medal and 
Clasps). Served the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, as Quarter Master General of H.M's Forces in India, and was prerent at tho 
battles of Cbillianwallah and Goojerat (Medal with Clasps), appointed Aide de Camp to the Queen with brevet rank of Colonel. 

6 Captain Uniacke served with the 10th Husears in the Crimea from 17 April 1856, including the capture of Tchorgoun, 
siege and fall of 8ebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served with the Carabineers in India, and was 
present at the battles of the Hindun, battle of Budlekaserai, affair of 0th June 1857, siege and fall of Delhi, and 
subsequent operations with Showers' Moveable Column (Medal with Clasp). 

7 Captain Dunbar wired In tbe Crimea from 19th Aug. to 1st Sept. 1R55 (Medal with Clasp for Sebastopo!,and Turkish Medal). 

8 Lieut. Donnlthorne served through the New Zealand War of 1864-64 as a Lieutenant in the Royal Artillery, and «u present in the 
campaign on the Waikato river, Expedition to Tauranga, action of the Gate Fab, Campaign in tbe Wanganui district, and with the 
Expeditions of the moveable column on the river Patca (Medal). 

V Doctor Rudd.— For War Services see " Medical Department." 



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S» Wait* HoiM, vital* the Garter on the Sad and 3rd Standards, with the Motto, "NteasperaUrrent 
_"*SAI.AIIANCA" "VnTORIA" "TOTJIiOUSB" "PENINSULA" "CABOOL, 184fi" '<MOODKEE" 

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Colonel.— Henry Aitchison Hankey, .En*. P 26 June 23 ; Z*. p 10 Mar. 26 ; Capr. p 15 Aug. 

26 ; Afq/er, p 27 Sept. 33 ; Lt.Col. 1 Mar. 39 ; Col. 1 1 Nov. 51 ; Major Gen. 6 July 67 ; 

X*.G*fu29Apr. 64; CoZ. 3rd Hussars, 12 Jan. 66. 
Lt.ColoneL— Edward Howard Vyse, Cor. P21 Aug. 49; Lt. P3 Feb. 54; Cojtf. p 17 Feb. 67; 

lf«/or, p 10 Jane 62 ; Lt. Col. p 1 8 Oct. 64. 
Majors.— s. Richard Blundell Hollinshead Blandell, Cor.P 7 Mar. 66 ; Lt. p 19 Feb. 58 ; Capt. 

p 4 Mar. 69 ; Major, P28 Oct. 68. 
Edward Arthur Gore, Cor. p 25 Aug. 58; Z*.p 12 June 60; Capt. p 19 Apr. 64; Major, 

p 29 May 69. 



Captains. 
Henry Francis Dent . . . 
Charles Stephen Walker 

Samuel Barrett 

Walter Henry Starkey . 
Henry Richard Pirn . • • 
Daniel Henry Doherty . 
Albert Praed Hallifaz . 
GeorReWm.EcclesHunter 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

Charles £. Nettles, 1 Aaj. 
Geo. V. Colman Napier 
Oswin C. Baker Cresswell 
John P. Ellis Jervoise . 

John Cooke 

Benjamin Louis Gilson. 
George Peter Moore * . . . 
Robert George Dickson 
John Wm. Denne Hilton 

Cork xtb. 
Hy .Pitzhardinge Berkeley 
Robert Holford Daniell 



p 29 Oct. 69 
p 10 May 61 
P20Mar.57 
p 18 Mar. 62 
P22 Apr. 62 
26 Oct 58 
P 30 June 63 
p 19 Apr. 64 

30 Mar. 58 
p 22 Sept. 63 
p 16 Oct. 66 
p 16 Nor. 66 
?22 Oct. 61 
p 7 Aug. 67 
p 3 Apr. 66 
p 27 Nov. 66 
p 15 Feb. 68 



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P14 Apr. 63 
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P27 July 66 
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14 July 67 
P 1 Feb. 68 
p 3 June 68 
p 28 Oct. 68 
P 29 May 69 
p 29 May 69 

1 Lieut. Nettles served throughout the 
Pnnjauh campaign of 1848-49, and was pre- 
sent at the action* of Ramnuggurand Sadool- 
apore, and with the Grey Squadron in the 
charge at ChMianwallah (Medal with Clasp). 

2 Lieut. Moore serred in the 3rd Dragoon 
Guards in the Abyssinian Campaign in IW8, 
and was present at the storming and capture 
of MagdaU (Medal). 



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p 14 Aug. 67 

p 8 Jan. 68 
Jacob Pieter D. Vanrenen p 8 Aug. 62 
Edw.Fra,J.deC. Rennick.P 2 May 68 
Henry Charles Tyler .... p 28 Oct. 68 
John Lawford Youn*. ... p 20 Nov. 67 
Ralph Hawtrey Hicks .. p 29 May 69 
George Edmund Rogers J p 30 May 69 
Paymaster.— Robert Savory Rouse, 16 April 58 ; Honorary Captain , 16 Apr. 63. 
Adjutant.— Lieut. C. E. Nettles, 1 1 Auk. 66. 
Riding Matter.— William George Matthews, 13 July 67. 
Quarter Master.— George Mathews, 26 June 67. 

Surgeon.— AltrtA J. L. Hepworth, MD. A .S. 26 Jan. 56 ; Surgeon, 7 Dec. 67. 
Assist. Surgeons. — Robert Anderson, 81 March 68. 

Charles Hamilton Harvey, MD. 1 March 61. 
Veterinary Surgeon.— 

Blue — Facings Scarlet.— Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Embarked for the Bast Indies, 16 Nov. 1868. 



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L Depot, Canterbury. 

TALAVERA" "ALBUHERA" " SALAMANCA" "VICTORIA" "TOULOU8E" "PENINSULA" "AFGHANI- 
STAN" "GHUZNEE" "ALMA" "BALAKLAVA" "INKERMAN ""SEVASTOPOL." 
Colonel.— William Lennox Lascelles FitzGerald, Lord de Ros, Cornet p 29 Mar. 19; Lt. p 24 
Aug. 81; Capt. p 23 Oct. 24; Major P 6 June 27; Bt.Lt.Col. 8 Sept. 31; Co/. 9 No?. 46; 
Maj.Gen.2d June 54; Lt.Gen. 12Mar.6l ; Gen. 10 Nov.68; Co/. 4th Hussars, 6 Feb. 65. 
Lieut. Colonel.— Alexander George Montgomery Moore, Cornet p 18 Dec. 50 ; Z*. p 6 July 52 : 

Capt. p 9 May 66; Major 14 Sept. 67 ; Lt.Col. p 23 Dec. 68. 
Majors. — Fred. George, Lord Howard de Walden, Cornet, PQ Aug. 56; £t.P3Mar. 57; 

Capt. p 10 Oct. 57 ; Major, p 6 Oct. 67. 
William Chaine, Cornet, p 19 Dec. 56; Lieut. p80 June 67; Capt P8 May 60; Major, 
p 23 Dec. 68. 



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Captains. 

Warden Scrgison 

Henry Jennings 1 

s. Henry Thomas Butler 
Thomas Yate Benyon . . . 
Francis Barker Montague 

Thcophilus Gist 

Robert Soames 

Henry Hyatt Collings 
Lieutenants. 
Herbert H. Forbes Gifford 
Fred. Henry Mai t land . . 
John Lambert Swale .... 
Hugh Berkeley Griffiths 
Thomas Henry Porker.. 
James Wm. Lay, A$. . . 

Frank Gooch 

Alfred Bibby 

Edward Williams 

Neil Benj. Edmonstone . . 

Cornets. 
Henry Askew Cherry . . 
Henry P. Douglas- Willan 
Fred. Wilson Hemming 
Archibald Mungo Muir 
George Graham Dawes 
Henry Fane Grant. .... 
Alfred Erule Gambler 
William Bernard Wilson 



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5 Nov. 54 

2 Mar. 60 

14 May 58 

26 Feb. 56 

p 7 Sept. 58 

p 25 Sept. 60 

p 27 May 62 

23 Oct. 57 
P22 Feb. 61 
P23 June 63 
p 15 Mar. 64 
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7 Nov. 65 
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p 5 June 66 



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p 4 Sept. 57 

26 Feb. 55 

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p 15 Feb. 61 

13 April 58 
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p 2 Feb. 64 
p 10 Nov. 65 

12 Mar. 61 
2 Oct. 66 

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6 Surgeon Smith and Assist. Surgeon Fuller.— 

For "War Services see '* Medical Department." 

7 Quarter Master Carey served in the Crimea 

and has the Medal with Clasp for Sebastopol, 

and the Turkish Medal. Served In the Indian 

campaigns in 1858-59 and was present at the 

capture of Kotuh, taking or Chanriaree, bat tie 

of Koiah Ice Serai, capture of GwaUor, siege 

and capture of Powree, battle of Sindwaho, 

actions of Koorwye and Naharghur (Medal 

and Clasp). 

9 Veterinary Surgeon Sewell served with the 1st Royal 

Dragoons in the Crimea from June to Oct. 18(6 (Medal with 

Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 



p 30 Dec. 64 

p 12 Oct. 67 

p 25 Apr. 68 

p 30 Sept. 68 

p 23 Dec. 68 

p 23 Dec. 68 

P 24 Mar. 69 

p 24 Apr. 69 
Paymaster.— George Waller Vesey, 8 Dec. 58 j Bon. Capt. 8 Dec. 63, 
Adjutant.— Lieut. J. W. Lay, 7 Nov. 65. 
Riding Master. — Frederick Moore, 2Q July 67. 
Quarter Master.— -Michael Carey/ 30 Dec. 59. 

Surgeon.— Donald Sinclair Smith,? A.S. 'ill Feb. 52 ; Surgeon, 28 Jan. 59. 
Assist.Surgeons.— Alfred Lewis, MD. 24 Nov. 63. 

Samuel Fuller, 6 23 July 65. 
Veterinary Surgeon.— Herbert Sewell, 8 31 Jan. 55; 1st Class,* Dec. 63. 
Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
Returned from the Crimea, 28 May 1856. Bmbarkedfor India, 15 Oct. 1867. 

1 Captain Jennings served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava (wounded), 
Inkerman, andTchernaya.and siege of Sebastopol, also present with the Light Cavalry Brigade at Bupatorla (Medal with 
four Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 



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8 Lieut. Feel served throughout the Indian N.W. frontier campaign of 1863 and was present at the storming of the Conical 
Hill, also at the attack and capture of the Crag Picquet and Umbeyla. 

9 Captain Elliott served in the Indian campaign from Feb. 1858 to March 1859 and was present at the repulse of the 
enemy's attack on the Alumbagh, siege and capture of Lucknow, affair of Barree, and action of Nawabgunge, occupation 
of Fyiabad, passage of the Goomtee at Sultanpore, throughout the Byswarra campaign, including the affairs of Kandoo 
Nuddee and Hyderghur, also the Trans-Gogra campaign, including the affair near Churda and pursuit, tak ; ng the fort of 
Meejeedta, attack on Bankee and pursuit to the Rap tee, advance Into Nepaul and affair at Sllkaghat (Medal and Clasp). 

10 Doctor Kendall.— For War Services see " Medical Department." 

11 Riding Master Bray served in the Indian campaign from March 1858 to March 1859 and was present at the affair of 
Barree, occupation of Fyzabad, passage of the Goomtee at Sultanpore, throughout the Byswarra campaign, including the 
affairs of Kandoo Nuddee, Paleegnat, and Hyderghur; also the Trans-Gogra campaign, Including the affair near Churda 
and pursuit, taking the fort of Meejeedia, attack on Baukee with pursuit to the Raplee, advance into Nepaul and affair 
at Sltkaghat (Medal). 

12 Qr .Master Hodgkinson served with a Column in the Kandian Provinces in Ceylon during the rebellion of 1848. Served 
with the 37th Regt. in the Indian Mutiny Campaign in 1857-59, including the capture of Jugdespore and actions of the 17th 
18th and Wtb Oct. 1868, and subsequent pursuit (Medal). 



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Colonel.— Edward Pole, 1 Cornet, p7 July 25; X*. P19 Sept. 20; Capt. p 18 Not. 31; 

Major, 30 July 44 ; Lt.Col. p 30 March 47; Col. 28 Nov. 54; Major General, 16 Feb. 

62; Col. 5 Lancers, 22 Nov. 68. 

iA.Colonel.— William Hicks Slade," Cor. 19 Mar. 47 j £*. p 23 May 48; Capt. p 9 Mar. 

I 55 ; Brev.Maj. 20 July 58 ; Major, p 12 Mar. 61 ; Lt.Col. p 23 Jan. 63 ; Col. 23 Jan- 68. 

Majors.— William Godfrey Dunham Massy, 5 Ens. 27 Oct. 54; Lt. 9 Feb. 55; Cap*. 20 Feb. 

57 ; Major, p 23 Jan. 63. 
Fred. Walter Garden, Cor. p 15 Feb. 56; Lieut. 26 Mar. 58; Capt. p 18 Pec. 60; Major, 

p 1 Feb. 63. 
William Lloyd Browne, Ens. P15 Nov. 55; Lieut. 1 May 58; Capt. v 11 Mar. 62; ifcyor, 
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John Chaffey .... 
Boyle Vandeleur 
Fra.JohDRocheThackwell 
Cornw. Henry Chichester 7 
David Roche Vandeleur 
Fra. Burrell Massingberd 

Martin Pierce Blake 

James Edwin Gwyther . . 

Lieutenants. 
Frederick Sedley, 8 Atfj... 
Francis Henry Hamilton 
Edward Henry Saunders , 
Charles Edward Harenc . 
Ludovick M. Carmichael 
Hercules Akerman. ..... 

Richard Chambers 

Charles Hanbury 

James Dennis 

Alfred Bissel Harvey . .. 

Cornets. 
Cyril Wo. Bowdler Bell . 
Alexander Macnamara • . 
John Haller Hutchinson 

Alfred Herdman 

John William Malam .... 
Henry Stanley Williamson 
Gabriel Roland R. Poole 
Edw. V. Peshall Monteith 



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10 Sept. 58 

9 Mar. GO 

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16 Dec. 57 

p 29 July 62 

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24 Oct. 57 
p 10 May 61 
p 2 July 61 

15 Oct. 61 
p 15 Nov. 61 

13 May 59 
p 21 Dec. 60 
p 14 Apr. 63 
p 5 Mar. 61 
p 18 Oct. 64 



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p 10 July 60 
p 16 Nov. 60 
p 12 Mar. 61 

11 Aug. 54 
p 5 Mai-. 61 
p 15 Nov. 64 
p 17 May '61 
p 15 Oct. 61 

6 May 62 
p 23 Jan. 63 
p 14 Apr. 63 
p 6 May 63 
P 28 July 63 
26 June 66 
p 21 Feb. 65 
p 1 Feb. 68 

12 Oct. 68 
5 Mar. 69 



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p 9 Jan. 63 
p 23 Jan. 63 
p 5 May 63 ► 

7 Apr. 58 
p 20 May 64 
p 20 Feb. 67 
P 1 Feb. 68 

2 Oct. 68 

2 Colonel Blade served in the Crimea 
with the 0th Dragoons from 14 July 1863, ant 
was present at the battle of the TchernaysL 
siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal With 
Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served with the 
7th Hussars in the Indian Mutiny campaiga 
in 1867-68,lncluding the affair of Meeangunget 
siege and capture of laicfcnow— sevetely 
wounded (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 



BT.Lt.COL; 



P23 Dec. 64 
30 Juue65 
p 20 Feb. 67 
p 6 July 67 
p 7 Aug. 67 
P 18 Oct. 64 
P 2 Jan. 
p 5 May 
Paymaster.— John Warden M'Farlan, 1 6 Oct 66. 
Adjutant.— Lieut. F. Sedley, 28 July 63. 
Riding Master.— Win. Rant," 6 Aug. 58. 
Quarter Master.— V ft Charlea Wooden, 1 1 26 Oct. 60. 

Surgeon.— Robert Fleetwood Andrews, 9 A.8. 30 Sept. 58 ; Surg. 3 March 63. 
Assistant Surgeons.— John Atkinson, 10 March 58. I Blue— Facings Searlet.— Agent, 
George Carr Dunn, 2 Oct. 60. | Henry T. Clack, Beq. 

Veterinary Surgeon.— Edward Stanley, 24 June 62. [Embarkedfor India, 28 July 1863.] 
1 Hftior General Pole commanded the 12th Lancers in the Kaffir war of 1851-53 (Medal): in General Somerset's expedition 
oter theKei in 1&>1 he commanded the Cavalry and Artillery : and in 1H52 he commanded several patrols and columns. 
^rvedl in the Crimea from 9th Mav 1855, and was present at the capture of Tchorgoun, battle of Tchernaya, siege and fall 
Jf Sevastopol, and at Eupatoria with the Light Cavalry Brigade (Medal and Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidic, and Turkish 

^jfitaftor Dunham Massr scrvrd at the latter pari of the siege of Sebastopol, was under Are at the battle of the 
T.vT_r"L mn A commanded the Grenadier* of the 19th Begt. at ihe assault on the Redan on the 8th Sept., where, with 
miMTiiiarfes, he was dangerously wounded by a ball which passed through hi* left thigh, shattering the bone. Being left 
« lb* meal befell into the hands of the enemy the ensuing night, who supposing him to be mortally wounded, did 
nL »iMv*kiiB with their prisoners. Was recommended in a special despatch by the Commander in Chief in the Crimea 
^htecsJtentn at the Redan, his fortitude, and the patient eudurance with which he bore his most severe suffering during 
a^eSmeoltohis bed of nearly six months (Medal with Clasp, Knight of the Legion of Honor and Turkish Medal). 

Vr^aaateCJuelMater served with the ISth Light Infantry in the Crimea from 30th June 1855, Including the battle or 
ta^TeJseTneyn. siege and fall of Sebastopol medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

8 UewLSedlev served with the 1st Dr. Gjs» In the campaign of I860 in Chiua, and was engaged at Slnho, present a$ 
the faUef the Takn Forts, and engaged in the actions of the 18th and 2 1st September, also In the advance on Pekln 

1 9 Surswm Andrews.— For War Services see " Medical Department." .,„.„« ^ 

louSneUasterBant served with the Scots Greys during the Eastern cann algn of 18M-55, and was present at the 
a&Tr eT Mackensle's Farm, battles of Balaklava, Inkerman and Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three 
t1a.«m_ Turkimh Medal, and Knight of the Legion of Honor). . 

II CbsartoMaster Wooden aerved throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the .17th Lancers, including 
ihi .flLbi of Bulaarac and M'Kensie's Farm, night attack on Russian Outposts on 19th Feb.. 1&5», battles ot Alma. Bsla- 
illva aSmJSSnd Iokennao, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clssps, Victoria Cross, French War Msdal, 
es^TerUsh M^Saaerved in India during the Mutiny of 1857-49, and was present in the operations in Central India 
sate Geaeifd Michel, and action of Zcraporc on 39th Dec. 1868 (Msdal). 



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Gth (Inniskiflinff) Regiment of Dragoons. [Aid>»hot. 

The Castle of Innlakllling.—" WATERLOO" " BALAKLA.VA" "SEVASTOPOL." 
Colonel.— Lewis Duncan Williams, Cornet, P21 June 20; Lt. P23July 25; Copt. P15 July 

•28, JB*.Jffl>r,23Nov.41; Major Sc Lt.Col.* 30 Dec. 45 ; Col. 20 J une 54 ; Lt. Col. A Col. 

p 14 July 54 ; Mqjor General, 5 May 60; Col 6 Dn. 23 Nor. 68. 
Lt.Colonel.—Hon. Charles Wemysa Thesiger, 1 Cornet, p6 Aug. 53; Li. p30 Dec. 53; 

Cnpt. p 2 July 58; Major, p 8 Dec. 61 ; Lt.Qol. p 2 Dec. 68. 
Majors.— Hon. Edw. lloden Bourke, Cornet, 18 Not. 57 ; Lieut, p 25 June 58; Copt, p SO 

Nov. 60; Major, v 2 Dec. 68. 
George M. Billington, 1 Ensign P30 Apr. 55; Lieut, p 26 Dec. 56; Capt. P19 Mar. 61 ; 

Major, P 12 June 69. 



Captains. 
Fra. Geo. Savage Curtis 6 
Alexander Fred. Stewart 
William John Wauchope 
William Ward Bennitt .. 
Edward Berkeley Mansel 

Hew Stevenson 

John Loftus Bland. . . . 
St. Aubyn Henry Player 

Lieutenants. 
Denison Montagu M. Inge 7 

Robert Da vies* 

John Carter O'Neal 

Vincent Thomas Eyre .. 
Thomas Blackwood .... 

Albert Frooro, Adj 

Sydney R. GleuuieHobson 
Fred. Wm. Bloomfleld . . 
Chas.FrancisDizonWhi8h 
Gage Charles FitzRoy .. 
Henry John Mills 



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CORKBT8. 

John Baines 

Asheton Tonge 

Francis JamesDavid Reid 
Henry John Peareth. . . . 



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p 15 Dec. 54 
24 July 58 
p 7 Oct. 59 
P 5 Aug. 59 
P 17 June 59 
p 10 Apr. 60 
24 June 59 
p 1 Jan. 60 

20 July 55 
23 Apr. 58 
P 22 Mar. 64 
p 12 May 63 
p 6 Mar. 63 
p 28 Jan. 62 
p 14 Apr. (id 
p 28 Aug. 63 
20 Sept. 64 
p 12 Dec. 65 
p 31 Aug. 66 



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24 Sept. 55 5 Mar. 58 
p 28 Dec. 60 p 14 June 64 
P30 April 61 P 7 April 65 
p 17 Sept. 61 p 8 Feb. 68 
p 20 May 64 p 11 Dec. 66 
p 13 Dec. 61 p 2 Dec. 68 
P2INov. 62>10 Feb. 69 



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P 14 June 04 p 12 June 69 

26 Mar. 58 
p 1 June 60 

P 20 July 67 1 Lt. Colonel the Hon. C. W. Thesiger acted 
P12 Oct. 67 a * Orderly Officer to Brigadier Pattle com- 
d i tt«k aa mending the CavalryBrigade during the cam- 
, . 55 P»i«n °t l *M l» China, and was present at 

P 11 Apr. 68 the affair* of the 12th August, 18th and 
P 27 June 68 21 st September, and capture of Pckin (Medal 
P9.fi Kf»v fift wiln two Clasps). 

1 «V^ Sol o Major Billington served in India with 
P 2 Dec. 68 the 4th Regt. during the rebellion of 1867-58 
P 10 Feb. 69 and was severely wounded at the assault of the 
P 6 Mar 69 Fort on Bey t Island on 2nd April 1858 (Medal). 
I e Captain Curtis served with the «th 
(Dragoon Guards in the Crimea from the 
30th July 1855, including the battle of the 
P NOT. 67 Tchemaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp.and 
P 21 Mm* Hft TwklshSfedal). Served alsoln the campaign of 1867-58 against 
.* . ' rr the mutineers in Iodla, including the actions on the Hindun 
P 11 Apr. 68 f the 30th and 81st May, battle of Budleekeseral, siege and 
P 18 Apr. 68 fall of Delhi, and subsequent operations under Brigadier 
Showers j also the affair of Mynpoorle and Kerkrowlie, cap- 
ture of Bareilly, relief of 8hahtebannore and subsequent 
affairs at Mahnndee and Shahabad (Medal with Clasp). 

11 Doctor Armstrong. — Fox War Services see *' Medical 
Department." 

Paymaster.— Frederick FitzWilliam Trench Hobbs, 9 Dec. 64. 
Adjutant.— Lieut. Albert Froom, 12 June 69. 
Biding Master.— VOL Joseph Malone, 9 7 Sept. 68. 

Quarter Master.— Thomas Mitchell, 10 9 March 60; Aajutant, 21 Feb. 56. 
Surgeon.— Launcelot Armstrong, 11 MD. 11 Oct. 64 ; Assist. Surg. 7 Apr. 54. 
Assist. Surgeon.— John Edward Barker, MB. 30 Sept. 68. 
Veterinary Surgeon.— Alfred Job Owles," 17 Feb. 49; 1st Class, 26 Nov. 61. 
Scarlet — Facings Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. [Returned from India, 5 Apr. 67.] 

7 Lieut. Inge served with the 8th Hussars in Central India from 16th Feb. to Nov. 1868, and was present at the battle of 
Xotaria (Medal with Clasp). 

8 Lieut. Davles served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the 11th Hussars including the affairs of Bulganek and 
McKenxle** Farm, battles of Alma, Baiaklara (wounded and horse shot), and Tchemaya, alege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal 
and three Clasps, also the Sardinian and Turkish Medals). 

9 Biding Master Malone served in the 13th Light Dragoons throughout the Eastern Campaign of 1854-65, Including 
the affalra of Bulganac and M'Kensle's Farm, battles of Alma, Baiaklara (horse shot), Inkerman, and Tchernaya, siege 
and fall of Sebastopol, and expedition to Eupatorla under General D'AllonviUe (Victoria Cross, Medal with four Clasps, 
and Turkish Medal). 

10 Quarter Master Mitchell served in the Royal Artillery throughout the Crimean campaign of 1864-55, and was 
present at the affairs of Bulganac and M'Kensle's Farm, battles of Alma, Baiaklara, Inkerman, and Tchemaya, siege 
and fall of Sebastopol, and sortie of 26th Oct. 1854 (Medal with four Clasps, Medal for distinguished conduct in the 
field, Turkish Medal, and Knight of the Legion of Honor). 

19 Veterinary Surgeon Owlesserved from 21st July 1856 at the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp, and Turkish 
Medal). Served the Indian campaign of 1 857-68, Including the actions of the Hindun on 30th and 81st May 1867, siege and 
captureof Delhi, taking of Bareilly, and operations in Oude (Medal and Clasp). 



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pg£&5 SS£1 W* ( Wtf Queen's Own) Regiment of Hussars. 44-46 

TemWServt "PENINSULA." "WATERLOO" "LUCKNOW." 

Colonel.— Sir John Scott, 1 KCB., Come/ p 4 May 15; if. p 26 Oct. 15 ; Capt. p 28 Jane 

21 ; Maj. p 9 Nov. 26 ; Lt.Col. 31 Au*. 30 ; Co*. 19 June 46; Maj. Gen. 20 June 54 - 

£*.<?<». 13 Oct. 60; General, 1 May 68; Col. 7th Hussars, 17 June 66. ' 

Lieut. Colonel.— Harrington Astley Trevelyan, 8 Cornet, p 17 Oct. 51: Xf.Pl5 Feb 53- 

Can/. 8 Dec. 54 ; AfajV, p 8 March 59; Lt. Col. p 19 Aor. 64 ; Colonel. 19 April 69* * 
Majore.— Thomas Heathcote 9tiated,» Cornet, 3 April 46 ; Lt. 9 1 Dec. 47 ; Cant. 9 Oct 57 • 

Bret,. Maj. 26 Apr. 59 ; Major, p 22 Not. 64. ' F ' 

Fraok Qarforth, 4 Ens. p 16 Aug. 60; Lt.P 30 Dec. 53; Canf.5Mar.58 ; Maj. P13 July 67. 



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Robert Hale 

John Bayley 

Bon. Walter Harbord* . . 
StrMorison Barlow,Barf. 

George Joy 6 , 

George Henry Powell 7 . , 
William Edward Shaw .. 
Francis Massy Drew .... 
Francis Arthur Hutchins 

Lieutenants. 
Henry A ug. Bushman, Adj. 

Arthur Peel 8 

John Lombard Hunt 
Win. Steuart Lillingston. . 
Lachlan Foster Jamieson 
George Coulson Chi Ids . . 
Edward Dean Fisher .... 
GeraldMontgomery Porter 
Hamilton Charles Seville 
J ohn Bob. Burlton Bennett 

Cornets. 
William Rose Wynter 
William Fred. Bennett 
William Bedingfeld .. 
Cha. FitzGerald Thomson 
Wm.BiakeneyPeraseTrousdell 
Lord Marcus Talbot De ) 
la Peer Beresford . . / 

Ceeil Loftus Reade 

Harold Paget 



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p 11 June 52 

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18 Dec. 57 

6 May 54 

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p 1 Feb. 56 

24 Feb. 57 

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p 25 May 60 

9 Nov. 58 
8 June 61 
P19 Aug. 62 
p 30 June G3 
2 Dec. 59 
p 17 May 61 
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p 17 Sept. 63 

1 Dec. 63 
p 24 Nov. 63 

2 Feb. 64 
p 10 May 64 
p 6 May 62 
p 27 July 66 

2 Oct. 66 

p 8 June 67 

'21 Mar. 65 
p 23 Jan. 69 



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CAPTAIN. B RBY.tt A J.lBT. LT.COL. 



14Sept.55| 1 Jan. 59 
p 26 Aug. 53 28 April 57 
p 19 Nov. 58: p 10 May 64 

18 July 55 ( 9 May 60 
HSept. 55 p 15 June 60 

P23 Apr. 58P30 Jan. 60 1 
5 Mar.58jp 2 Oct. 66\ 
P21 July 63 p 13 July 67 
P31Mar.63 p 1 Feb. 681 I 

»« rt r «J 4 M, U or Qttrf °rtU served in the Indian 
9 30 June 63. campaign from Feb. 1868 to March 1869 and 

19 Nov. 63 wa f Pre*'* « the affair of Meengunge, state 
p 22 Nov 64 S? d ****!? of ^S 00 ** **"irs of Barree aid 

** , ov - SJ; Sirsee, action of Nawabgnnge, occupation of 
P22 Aug. 65 Fjiabad, passage of the QooiteT a? sStaS- 
P 28 Oct. 64' Pore, throughout the Byswarra campaign, in. 
P 7 Mar. 65 c] ?*} n * the affair* of Kandoo Nuddee, Palee- 
P 2 fW fifl ff a ]l V*i H 3 fder « l,or . "«1 pursuit of Benhi 

.J r?'™ Madho'iforce to the Goorutee; also the Trans- 
P 13 July 67 Gpgra campaign, including the affair near 
P 25 Dec. 67 , Ctaurda and pursuit, taking the fort of Mee- 

p 1 Feb 68 ^^ atu ! ck on J ? ankee witu ****** to the 

i reo. oo lUptee, advance into Nepaul and affair at 

Sitkaghat (Medal and Clasp). at 

6 Captain Joy served with the 69th Regt. la the operation, 
before and capture of Canton In 1857 (Medal end Clean) 

7 Captain Powell served with the 90th Light Infantry with 
General Havelock, In bia advance on Lucknow up to the 
taking of the Alumbaghi present in the defence of the 
Alumbagh, and relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde and wai 
severely wounded (Medal with Clasp, and grant of a Tear', 
service for Lucknow). ' " 



4 Paymaster. — George Elliott, 9 18 Sept. 57 ; Q.M.I June 55 ; Hon. Captain, 18 Sept 62 
O Adjutant.— Lieut. H. A. Bushman, 9 Oct. 63. 
Riding Master.— William Bray, 11 5 Oct. 58. 

Quarter Master.— WOl'itm Hodgkinson, 1 * 8 Aug. 62 ; Ens. 6 Nov. 57 ; £*. 1 1 May 62 
O Surown.— Henry Kendall, 10 MD.A.S. 16 Dec. 45; Sury. 6 Oct. 64; Surg. Maj A 6 Dec. 65 
Assistant Surgeon*.— Reginald Croft Lever, MD. 1 Oct. 60. 

John Vicary Thatcher Malcolm, MD. 31 March 64. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — Francis Walker, 3 Oct. 62. 

Blue. — Agents, Messrs. ilopkinson & Co. 

f Returned from Canada, 1 9 Dec. 1842. Embarked for India, 27 Aug. 1857.] 

1 Sir John Scott was present with the French army under Marshal Gerard, at the siege or Antwerp, in Dec. 1888 

and, \$j penniaaion of the Marshal, he accompanied the troops upon every occasion during the siege. In Oct. 1888 he was 

appointed to the command of the cavalry of the Bombay division of the army of the Indus, as Brigadier; served in that rank 

donng the campaigns of 1838 and 39, in Scinde and Afghanistan, and was present At the attack and capture of Ghuznee 



•Medal) 
4 gnu; 
'.oco-opci 



I). During the latter part of 1839, he commanded a detached column, consisting of the whole of the artillery (excentinr 

X the cavalry, and one battalion of infantry : this column was destined to secure the subjugation of Upper Scinde and 

., ., -perate with the main column under Sir Tlios. Wiltshire, directed ngsinst Khelst (2nd Class Doorance Empire). In the 

«riion at MaJianjpore (Medal) on the 29th Dec. 184S ; he commanded a Brigade of Cavalry, as also at the battle of Sobraon 

' Medal). W»s foruinated CB. for sendees in Afghanistan, and an Aide-de-Camp lo the Queen after the battle of Sobraon 

« . _. frevelyan served the Eastern campaign of 1854 with the 11th Hussars, Including the affair of Bulaanak 

ma and Balaklava (wounded), and siege of Sebastopoi (Medal and three Clasps, 5th Class ot the Medjldie end* 



X Colonel 
kittle* of Alma i 
T-irfcisJi Medal). 

3 Major Stiated served the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9 with the 3rd Light Dragoons, and was present at the affair of 
Bamooggur. the paasage of the Chenab at Wuzeerabad on the 1st Dec. 1848, with the force under Sir Joseph Tharlrweli 
action of Sadoolapore. batt 

Served with the 12th Lancers in me tninea irora yin may io»o, mciuam^ me new ana ran or Sebastopoi (Medal ami 
Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served with the 7th Hussars in the Indian campaign from Feb. 1858 to March 1859 and was 



ilapore. battles of Chlllianwallah (wounded, and charger wounded) and Goojerat (Medal and two Cleans/ 
i 12th Lancers in the Crimea from 9th May ls55, Including the alege and fall of Sebastopoi (Medal ami 
kiah Medal). Served with the 7th Hussars in the Indian campaign from Feb. 1858 to March 1859 and waa 
present as the affair of Veengunge, siege and capture of Lncknow, affair of Barree, action of Nawabgnnge, occupation of 
Fysabad, paasage of the Goomtee at Sultanpore, throughout the Byswarra campaign Including the affairs of Dcnd 
pore, Kandoo Nuddee, Paleeghat, Hydergnur, and pursuit of Benhi Madho'a force to the Goomtee ; also the Trans- 
Gog n campaign, including the affair near Churda, and pursuit, taking the fort of Meejeedia, attack on Bankee and 
Erasrit to the Baptee, advance into Nepaul and affair at Sitkaghat (twice mentioned In despatches, Brevet of Major 
cdal and Clasp). 4 ' 

s Captain Hon. W. Harbord served in the Indian campaign from April 1858 to March 1859 and was present at tne affair 
of Since, action of Nawabgnnge, occupation of Fyi ibad, passage of the Goomtee at Snltanpore, throughout the Byswarra 
npalgn, melodlng the affairs of Kandoo Nuddee, Paleeghat, and Hydenrhnr, and pursuit of Benhi Madho's force to the 
' o the Trans-Gocra campaign, including the affair near Churda and pursuit, taking the fort of Meejeedia, attack 
i pursuit to the Baptee, advance into Nepaul and affair at Sitkaghat(mentlonedindespatches f Medal and Ciasn) 

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. $th (The King's X. Irish) Regiment of Hussars. [ B jgJfi?F* 

Harp ""I Crown. "PrUtln*virttaismemerts."~ t *LE8WJknREB" "HINDOOSTAIP'^ALMA 1 " "'* 

"BALAKLAVA"*' INKERMAN" " SEVASTOPOL" "CENTRAL INDIA." 
Colonel.-* John Charles Hope Gibsone, * Cornet, p 8 Oct. 80; Xf.P 16 Aii*. 33: Capt. 

p 24 July 35 ; Major • 25 Feb. 45; Lt.Col. P 3 Sept. 47 ; Col. 28 Nov. 64 : Maj.Oen. 

28 June 62 ; Col. 8th Hussars, 10 Dec. 68. 
Lt. Colonel.— Francis Edmund Macnagliten,* Comet p 27 Oct. 46 ; Lt. P23 May 48 : Cant. 

8 Dec. 64 ; Major P 5 Aug. 59 ,* Lt.Col. p 21 Feb. 65. 
Afty'or*.— John Puget,* Cornet p 12 Sept. 48 5 Ltf 14 Oct. 61 ; Capt. p 5 June 67 ; Major 

P21 Feb. 65. "^ 

Wm.Mussenden/Corw^f ,P10 June 53 ; Lt., 19 Jan. 55 ; Cap/. 31 Jan. 58; Major S21 Mar. 68. 



Captains. 
Richard William Palliser* 

Horace Montagu • 

kJCJohn Worthy Chaplin' 
Hubert Plunkett Burke 
Edmond Hegan Kennard 

Handle Jackson 

Henry Crawley Norris . . 

Thomas Bowen , 

Lieutenants. 
William Henry Field . . . , 
Wm. St. Lo Malel, Adj. 
Charles Howe Cuff Knox 

Arthur William Ball 

William Birkett 

Harry Patrick Andrew . . 
Roderick Mackenzie .... 
Marley Geo. Hutchinson 
D'Arcy Bland Wentworth 
James Martin M'Calmont 

C0RNBT8. 
George Peter Low .... 
Charles Henry Gregg. . 
Charles Osborne Gould 
Edward Henry Green 
Edward Groves Paley 
Wm.SmithDunbar Abbott 



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8 Jan. 58 
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13 Apr. 58 
p 10 Julv 55 
p 26 Nov. 58 

12 Dec. 56 
p 19 Jan. 59 

23 April 55 

p 17 May 61 
p 20 Feb. 63 
p-21 Mar. 65 
p 10 Mar. 60 
p 13 Feb. 63 
p 7 Apr. 63 
p 14 Mar. 65 
p 12 Nov. 64 
Pll July65 
P 11 July 66 

p 2 Oct. 66 
p 14 Sept. 67 
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p 19 June 57 

20 Nov. 60 

5 Mar. 58 

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p 23 June 63 
p 5 Aug. 59 
p 5 Apr. 64 
p 5 Apr. 64 
p 16 Oct. 66 
p 18 Dec. 66 
p 6 Mar. 69 
p 24 Mar. 63 



BRRV.MAJ. BT.LT.COL. 



2LtCo). Macnaghten termed the Eastern 
campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of 
Alma, Dulaklava. and Inkerman, affairs of 
31 Mar. 06' BulganakandM'Keniie'e Farm, and siege of 
P 8 Mnv fi7 I Sebastopol (Medal and four Clasps, and Turk- 
n 01 \*y aa ten Medal). Served In Kajpootana and Cen- 
i . 52 ! tral India ln 1858-50, and was present at the 

capture of Kotah, reoccupation of Chundaree, 
battle of Kotah ke Serai, capture of Owa- 
lior, actions of Koondrye (liorse wounded 
and Boordah (Medal with Clasp). 
10 Surgeon Chartres. —For War Services see " Medical De- 
partment." 



P 7 Aug. 67 
p 14 Oct. 68 
p 6 Mar. 69 



Paymaster.— Henry Duberly,' 12 Nov. 47 ; Ens. p 28 Sept. 39; Lt. 16 April 42; Hon.Maj. 

Adjutant.— Lieut. Wm. St. Lo Malet, 20 July 68. [1 Jan. 60. 

Riding Master.— John Attkins Pickworth, 1 * 31 Aug. 68. 

Quarter Master*— Jam* William Kelly, 14 15 Nov. 59 > Cornet, 31 Aug. 58. 

Surgeon. — John Smith Chartres, 10 A. S. 11 Jnne 52; Surgeon, 11 Sept. 60. 

Assistant Surgeon. — Edmund McGrath, 1 Aug. 57. 

Veterinary Surgeon. — Edward Simpson Grey, 8 24 April 48 ; 1st Class, 1 July 59. 
Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. [Returned from Bengal, 2 May 1864,] 
- 1 Major General Gibsone served throughout the Kaffir war of 1846-7, and was present on almost every occasion in which 
the troops were engaged with the enemy; and he had the command of and led the charge of Cavalry in the decisive affair of 
Gwanga, on the 8th June 184(1, when a large hody of the enemy was encountered and utterly brolten, leaving upwards of 40Q, 
dead on the field, on which occasion his services were warmly acknowledged in the public despatches, and his name particularly 
mentioned in General Orders. 

8 Major Puget served on the expedition to Kertch,and at the siege of Bebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish 
Medal). Served in Bajpootana In 1858-69 and was present at the capture of Kotah and action of Koorshana (mentioned 
In despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

4 Major Mussenden served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava (horse shot), 
Inkerman, and Tchernaya, aflairs of Bnlganak and M'Kenxie's Farm, and siege of Bebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, 6th 
Class of the Medjldle.and Turkish Medal). Served in Bajpootana in 1858-59 and was present at the capture of Kotah 
and battle of Kotarla( Medal with Clasp). 

5 Captain Palllser served in Central India in 1658-59 and was present at the action of Boordah (mentioned in despatches, 
Medal with Clasp). 

6 Captain Montagu served with the 8th Hussars the campaigns of 1858-59 in Bajpootana and Central India and was present 
at the capture of Kotah, reoccupation of Chundaree, battle of Kotah kc Serai, capture of Gwalior, and actions of Koodrye and 
Boordah (Medal with Clasp). 

7 Captain Chaplin served with the 67th Regt.in the Chinese campaign of 1860, was present in the action at Sinho, taking 
of Tonghoo, and storming of the Takoo fort where he carried the Queen's colour after Ens. Fraser was wounded, 
crossed the ditch at the head of the Begt., and was severely wounded in planting the colour on the cavalier at a very 
early period and before the fort surrendered (Medal and Clasps, and Victoria Cross). 

8 Major Duberly and VeUSurgeon Grey served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, Bala- 
klava, Inkerman, and Tchernaya, affairs of Bulgaoak and M'Kensie's Farm; and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and four Clasps, 
and Turkish Medal). Served in Bajpootana and Central India in 1858-59. including the capture of Kotah, reoccupation 
of Chundaree, battle of Kotah ke Serai, capture of Gwalior, actions of Koondrye and Boordah (Medal and Clasp). 
TetSurgeon Grey was also present at the siege and capture of Powree, battle of Sindwaho, and action of Koorwye. 

• 18 Riding Master Pickworth served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the reconnaissance to Siitstria, battles of 
Alma, Balaklava, Inkerman, and the Tchernaya, affairs of Bnlganak and M*Benzie*s farm, siege and fall of Sebastopol 
(Medal and four Clasps, French War Medal, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Indian campaigns of 1868-59 and was 
present at the capture of Kotah, reoccupation of Chundaree, battle of Kotklke Sera, capture of Gwalior, and action of 
Boordah (Medal and Clasp)* 

14 Quarter Master Kelly served the Eastern Campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava (horse shot), 
Inkerman, and Tchernaya, and siege of Sebastopol 1 also present with the light Cavalry Brigade at Eupatoria (Medal with 
four Clasps, French Wax Medal, and Turkish Medal). 



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Royal Cypher within the Garter. "PENIH8ULA." « PUKXMR" "80BRAON" "PTJNJaUB" 
•• CHILLIANWALLAH " "GOOJERAT" "DELHI" " LTJCKNOW." . 

Colonel.Sir James Hope Grant, 1 GCB. Cornet, P29 Aug. 26; Z*. p 26 Feb. 28; Ca;rt. 

•29 May 35; Jlfq/or, 22 April 42; JBreo. Lf.CoZ. 7 June 49; Lt.Coh 29 April 50; Col. 

28 Not. 54; Jf/tfor Gen. 26 Feb. 58 ; Lt.Gen. 3 Oct. 64 ; Col. 9th Lancers, 6 Feb. 65. 
Lieut. Colonel.— Hon. Ivo de Vesci Edward Tttisleton Wykeham Fiennes,* Cornet, D 22 

Not. 50 ; Lieut, p 8 June 52 ; Cant. * 3 Mar. 57 ; Brev.Maj. 20 J uly 58 ; Major, p 9 

Mar. 60 ; Br«*rf Zf.Co/. 25 March 69; Lt.Col. p 19 May 69. 
Majors. — Henry Marshall, Cornet 1 May 55 ; Lt. 17 Sept. 57 ; Capt. P 1 July 59; Major, 

p 11 Apr. 68. 
John Hardy, Cornet, p 26 Feb. 58 ; Lt. p 13 May 59 ; Capt. p 3 Dec 61 ; Maj. p 19 May 69. 



Caftaixs. 
Robert Stewart Cleland. . 
Bowyer W. Cave- Browne-Cave 

William Savile 

William Clayton Clayton 
Henry Augustus Candy . . 
Han. Bdw.Fra.Jno.Pre8ton 
Frank De la Garde Grlssell 
Hugh McCalmont ...... 

LlEGTEKANTS. 

C. F. A. Earl of Wicklow 
/fon.Richd.Wogan Talbot 
Henry Brooks Gaskell . 
Walter Glyn Lawrell... 
Charles Harvey Palatret . 
Francis Alphonse Herbert 
Robert Johnston Barton . 

Philip Green 

Richard St. Leger Moore 

Cornets. 

James Alex. Fra.Humber- ) 

ston Stewart Mackenzie J 

Lord Wm. Leslie De la 1 

Poor Beresford ....) 

Hon. G.B. P. Willoughby 

William Percy, Aaj 

Alfred Llewelyn Wheeler 
William Henry Fife 



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p 7 July 57 
p 29 Jan. 61 
p 16 Jan. 63 
P31 May 59 
p 26 Apr. 64 
p 23 Dec. 64 
p 21 Mar. 65 
p 23 June 65 



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p 12 Sept 
p 12 Sept 
p 8 Dec. 
p 12 Dec. 
p 27 July 
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p 8 June 67 

p 12 June 67 

14 Aug. 67 

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p 1 Apr. 68 



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p 16 Jan. 63 
p 21 Mar. 65 
p 24 Mar. 63 
p 22 Sept. 65 
p 8 Dec. 65 
p 1 May 66 
p 27 July 66 

p 24 Jan. 65 
p 28 Dec. 66 
p 16 Mar. 67 
p 20 Apr. 67 
p 14 Aug. 67 
Pll Apr. 68 
p 2 May 68 
p 19 May 69 
p 29 May 69 



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p 9 Aug. 64 
p 1 May 66 
p 20 Apr. 67 
9 Mar. 67 
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p 11 Apr. 68 
p 19 May G9 
p 29 May 69 



4 Doctor Grant served during the 8epoy 
Mutiny or 1857-58, with the 5th Fusiliers 
at the Alumbagh under Outran), and at the 
siege and capture of Lucknow (Medal with 
Claap). 



Paymaster. — Maurice Hartland Mahon, 8 March 58 ; Hon. Capt, 8 March 63, 

Adjutant.— Cornet W. Percy, 19 May 69. 

Biding Master*— John Crowdy, 2 Nov. 66. 

Quarter Jtfarfer.— Samuel Seggie, 24 May 61 ; Cor. 19 Feb. 55 ; Lt. 17 Nov. 57. 

Surgeon.— John James Clifford, MD. A.S. 7 Aug. 46; Surgeon, 28 Aug. 57 ; Surgeon 

Assistant Surgeon. — Maximilian Grant, 4 MD. 10 March 57. [Major, 7 Aug. 66. 

Veterinary Surgeon. — George Longman, 6 20 Aug. 65; 1st Class, 21 Aug. 67. 
Bine — Facings Scarlet. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. Irish Agents, Sir E. R. Borough, Bt., Armit & Co. 
[Returned from India, 28 September 1859.] 
1 air Jensen Hope Grant served In China (Medal and Claep) as Brigade- Major to Lord 8altoun, and was present at the 
■■mill and capture of Chin Klaog Foo, and at the landing before Nankin. He served with the 9th Lancers at Sobraon 
H«4al, La 18*6', and he commanded the Regiment during the greater part of the campaign in the Punjaub in 1848-9, 
mriaufing the passage of the Chenab at Ramnuggur, and battle of Chilllanwallah J he was also present at the bsttle of 
Goojerat CMedal with Clasps). Commanded the Cavalry Brigade as Brigadier-General during the siege and at the assault 
ef Delhi in 1857, and had bis horse shot under him during the operations of the 19lh June. Was promoted to the rank of 
Major General and nominated a KCB. "for his eminent services in command of the Cavalry Division at the siege of Delhi, 
and In that of a Division at the relief of Lucknow under Sir Colin Campbell, as also in the subsequent operations at 
tawnpore when the rebel army sustained a total defeat *' (Medal with Clasps). Commanded the British Forces throughout 
th» campaign of I960 in China, terminating with the capture of Pekin, for which he received the thanks of Parliament) 
fcai was nominated a GCB. (Two additional Clasps to former China Medal, and 2nd Class of the Legion of Honor.) 

: LtXoionel Hon. I. Flennes served In the Indian campaign from Feb. 1868 to March 1859 and was present at the affair of 
Vteagaege. siege and capture of Lucknow, affairs of Barree and Sirsee, action of Nawabgunge, occupation of Fyxabad, 
jaatMeef the Goomf ee at Sultaopore, affairs of the Kandoo Nuddee and Paleeghat, throughout the Trans-Gogra campaign 
m Cavalry Brigade Major, Including passage of the Gogra at Fysabad, affairs of Mucbleegaon and Kumdakoti, advance into 
hneal, and affair at Sitkaghat (several times mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

f Tcterinar y Surgeon Longman served in the Royal Artillery with the expedition in China in 1W0, and was present 
a Seas, Taagkn, capture of Taku Forts, actions near Tangchow, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps) . 



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Colonel.— His Royal Highness Albert Edward, Prince of Wales and Duke of Cornwall, KG 

KT. KP.GCB. GCSI., CoZ.9Nov.58; Gen. 9 Nov. 62; CotowJ, 10th Hussars, 18 April 63. 
Lfeuf .Co/ond/.— ValentineBaker, 1 2nd Lt. p 1 Aug. 48 ; Lieut, 29 July 53 ; Capt. p 1 Aug. 56 ; 

Major, p 14 June 59; Lt.Col. p 30 Mar. 60 ; Col 30 March 65. 
Major.— John Fife, Cornet, 14 Mar. 56; Lieut. 22 May 57 ; Capt. p 7 Sept. 58 ; Jffl/or, 

p 13 July 67- 



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Robert Cooper Sawbridge p 28 July 54 
Hon. C. Craven Molyneux* p 6 June 56 
Lord Ralph Drary Kerr . P24 Nov. 57 

Arthur Bar thorp 13 July 58 

William Chaine p 12 Dec. 56 

Edward Alexander Wood 16 July 58 
Thomas Jas. W. Bulkeley p 14 July 58 
Robert Spencer Liddell . . 28 Mar. 58 

Lieutenants. 
Thomas Astell St. Quintin 30 Dec. 59 

John Cecil Russell p 18 Sept. 60 

Charles Bdw. Frederick. . ' p 2 July 61 
William HerbertWatkins|P 16 Jan. 63 
Edward Spencer Watson? p 12 June 63 
Hon.H.Q.L.Cr\chtou,Adj. p 13 June 63 
UvedaleEd. ParryOkeden p 19 Apr. 64 
Arthur, Viscount Valentia p 10 May 64 
Tho.Alger.SmithDorrien p 14 June 64 

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Hon. Heury John L. Wood p 80 Aug. 64 

Edward Hartopp p 18 Oct. 64 

Richard Thorold p 1 Feb. 67 

Henry Aubrey Coyentry p 13 July 67 
H<m.W.T.W.Fiti William ip 6 Nov. 67 
Hon. Roger G. Molyneux p 15 Feb. 68 



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p 10 Aug. 
11 May 
p 15 June 
p 17 June 
9 Oct 
p 30 Sept. 
p 16 Oct. 
p 22 July 

p 16 Jan. 
p 16 Aug. 
p 18 Oct. 
p 1 Feb. 
p 13 July 
p 6 Nov, 
p 15 Feb. 
p 2 May 
p 17 Apr. 



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p 6 Aug. 58 
p 9 Mar. 60 
p 23 Aug. 61 
p 10 May 64 
P 10 May 64 
p 13 July 67 
p 15 Feb. 68 
p 2 May 68 

6 Major Elrington served in the Crimean 
campaign from 17tU April 1853, Including 
the capture of Tchorgaun, battle of the 
Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebattopol 
(Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

7 Lieut. Watson served in the Indian cam* 
patgn of 1857.58 with the Naval Brigade, as 
Aide de Camp to Sir Win. Peel, R.N. and 
was present at General Windham's opera- 
tions at Cawnpore, defeat of the Gwalior 
Contingent, action of Kala Nuddee, siege 
and capture of Lucknow (Medal with Clasp). 



Paymaster.— Richard John Elrlngton, 6 2 Feb. 44 ; Ens. p24 March 38 ; Lieut. p 29 May 40 ; 

Adjutant.— Lieut. Hon. Henry Geo. Louis Crichton, 3 Apr. 69. [Hon.Major, 1 Jan. 60. 

Riding Master.— Emanuel Simpson, 29 Dec. 57. 

Quarter Master. — John Hill James, 10 Dec. 60. 

Surgeon.— Thomas Eraser/ MD. A.S. 16 Dec. 45; Surg. 9 Mar. 55; Surg.Maj. 16 Dec. 65. 

Assist. Surg. — John Thomas Milbum, 13 June 59. 

Veterinary Surgeon.— William Appleton, 31 Jan. 60. 

Blue.— Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
[Returned from the Crimea, 2 June 1866.] 

1 Colonel Baker served with the Uth Lancen in the Kafir war of lS&S-tS, and waa present at the action of Bevea (Medal). Senei 
the Oiisaeaa campaign of IMS, and siege of Stbastopol, and was on the escort to the Commander-in-Chief at theftnalassanlt sad captors 
of the town, and at thobattle of Tchernaya ( Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal) . 

8 Captain Hon. C. C. Molyneux served with the 7th Hussars in the Indian campaign from Feb. 1868 to March 1859 and was 
present at the repulse of the enemy's attack on the Alumbagh, siege and capture of Lucknow, affairs of Barree and Since, 
action of Nawabgnnge, occupation of Fyxabad, throughout the Byawarra campaign, including the affairs of Kandoo Nuddee, 
Palecghat, and Hydergunge, pursuit of Benhi Madho's force to the Qoomtee; also the Trans-Gogra campaign, including the 
affair near Chorda and pursuit, taking the fort of Meejeedia, attack on Bankee with pursuit to the fiaptee, advance into Nepanl 
and affair at Sitkaghat (Medal with Clasp). 

8 Doctor Frascr.— For War Services see " Medical Department." 



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Colonel.— George William Key, Comet, p5 July 31 ; £*.25 Aug. 33 ; Capt. p 16 Sept. 37 ; 

Major, * 14 June 42 ; Zf.CW. 9 Feb. 47 ; CW. 28 Nov. 54; Major General, 6 Feb. 62; 

CM. llth Hussars, 29 March 68. 
Lieut.Colonel— VC Chas.Craufurd Fraser,»C.B., C</rnef,P8Dec.47;-L*.Pl4June50; Cay/. 

P21 April 64; Bt.Maj. 20 July 58 ; itfo/\P13May 59; Lt.Col. * 18 Jan. 01; Col. 18 Jan. 66. 
Majors.— Arthur Lyttelton Annesley, 3 Cornet, p 21 July 54 ; Lieut. 8 Dec. 54 ; Capt. p 24 

Feb. 57 ; Major, p 18 Jan. 61. 
Edward Harnett,* Cornet, p 2 June 48 ; Lt. 14 Oct. 61 ; Capt.b Mar. 58 ; Major, 20 July 66 



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Captains. 
William Cuninghame 
Albert Peel Garnett .. 
Arthur Cecil Tempest 
Richard John Somen 

Walter Balfe 

John M'Loughlin' .. 
Robert Paterson Fox 7 
Robert Henry Verschoyle 

Lieutenants, 
George Clerk Cheape 
John Delacour 
James Scott Black. . 
J oseph Devonsher Jackson 
Algernon Edvr. S. Preston 
Ronald Mackintosh 
Herbert Wynne Apperley 
St. John S. Taylor, A<$. 
Henry Richard Abadie 8 
Frank Shuttleworth 



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28 Dec. 56 
p 6 Feb. 67 
p 3 Mar. 57 
p 2 April 67 
p 27 Jan. 57 
30 Msr. 66 
20 Julv 55 
p I June 60 

p 2 Jane 60 
p 19 Dec. 00 
p 8 July 62 

30 July 58 
p 8 Julv 62 
p 29 Mar. 64 
p 22 Sept. 63 

20 Dec. 64 



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6 Aug. 58 
p 23 June 66 
John Don. Hamill Stewart 22 Sept. 66 



Cornets. 
JbordChtL. Geo. Archi- 
bald Hamilton 9 .... 
Gerald W. W. Richardson 
Alan Coulston Gardner \ 
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Lincoln Godfrey Munriy. 
John Charlton Kinchant 
HamiltonCampbell Vetch 
Bdw. Baxdley Lushington 
Edward William Mills 



P 24 Feb. 57 
6 Mar. 68 
p 16 Mar. 68 
p 21 May 58 
p 19 Feb. 58 
20 Feb. 67 
p 27 Nov. 57 
p 11 Feb. 62 

PIT Mar. 62 
p 8 Sept. 63 
p 20 June 65 
P 29 Mar. 64 
p 10 Oct. 65 
p 8 Dec. 66 
p 27 July 66 
14 Sept. 66 
p 18 Dec. 60 
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p 13 Jan. 69 



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p 14 June 59 
p 30 Aug. 69 
p 21 Sept. 60 
p 16 Oct. 60 
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7 Captain Vox served with the 84th Regt. 
in the Iudiaa campaign in 1857-58, and was 
present in the actions at Cawnpore on 26th, 
27th, and 28th Nor. 1867; capture of the fort of 
Mceanxuuge, siege and capture of Lucknow 
(Medal and Clasp). 

8 Lieut. Abadie served in the Abyssinian 
Campaign with the Transport Corps (Medal). 

9 Lord Charles Hamilton served in the Abys- 
__nian Campaign as Aide-de-Camp to .Lord 
Napier and was present at the Capture of Mag- 
dala (mentioned in dispatches* Medal). 



p 26 Sept 67 
p 12 Oct. 67 
p 8 July 68 
p 7 Nov. 68 
p 13 Jan. 69 



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\Aajutant.— Lieut. St. John Stewardson Taylor, 20 Dec. 64. 

Riding Master.— Edmund Corbett, 5 Feb. 58. 

Quarter Master.— Rourke Teevan, 10 Nov. 66. 

Surgeon. — George Pain, A.S. 8 May 51 ; Surgeon 30 July 68. 

Assist. Surgeons.— Charles Edward Smith, MD. 20 April 59. 
Charles MacDonogh Cuffe, 30 Sept. 63. 

Veterinary Surgeon. — Charles Percivsll, 30 June 63. 

Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co. 
[Returned from the Crimea, 26 July 1856. Embarked for India, 26 July 1866. ] 

S Colonel Fmser served as Orderly Officer to Brigadier Campbell at the affair of Munaeata near Allahabad, on the 6th Jan, 
1&3S, and subsequently with the 7th Hussars in the Indian campaign from Pcb. to July 1868 and from Dec. 1858 to March 
IBM and was present at the affair of Meengunge, siege and capture of Lucknow, affaire of Barree and Sirsee, action of 
Hawabfuag e (severely wounded), throughout the Trans-Gogra campaign, including the affair near Chorda and pursuit, 
taking the fort of Meejeedia, attack on Bankee with pursuit to the Raptee, advance into Nepaul and affair at Sitkaghat 
twice snoatiened In despatches. Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, and Victoria Cross). Served in the Abyssinian Cam- 
paign in 1808 as Commandant at Head Quarters and was present at the Capture of Magdalla (mentioned In dispatches, 

l" Major Annealey served in the Crimea from SOth July 1865, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with 
Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

5 Major Harnett served in the Crimea from Uth July 1865, including the battle of Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebas- 
topol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

• Captain M'Loughlln served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1864-55, Including the affairs of Bulganak and 
M 'lassie's Farm, battles of Alma, Balaklava, Inkerman, and Tchernaya, capture of Balaklava and Tchorgaun, siege and 
fan of 0obastopol,and operations nearBupatoria under General D'Allonville (Medal with four Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 



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52 I2tk {Prince of WaUf*) Royal Regiment of Lancers. [ Ba ^2SSf , *» 

The Sphinx , with the words, "EGYPT" 1 PENINSULA"" WATERLOO" "SEVASTOPOL" "CENTRAL INDIA*." 
Years' ^^\ Colonel.^ Sir George Henry Lockwood, 1 KCB», Cor. p 10 Mar. 25 ; \L#. p 10 Aug. 26 ; CapU 
p 7 Sept. 32 ; Maj. 6 Mar. 30 ; Bt.Lt.Col. 23 Dec. 42 ; Lt.Col. 9 Nov. 46; CW. 2 Aug. 60 ; 
Maj.Gen. 28 Nov. 54; Lt.Gen. 3 Sept. 62; Co/. 12th Lancers, 12 Mar. 61. 
Lt. Colonel.— Thomas George Alex. Oakes, 9 CB., Cor., p 1 6 Jan. 46 ; Lt . p 8 Sept. 47 ; Cap/, p 22 
Feb. 50 ; Jftf . p 1 Aug. 56 ; Bt. Lt.Col. 20 July 58; Lt.Col. p 5 Mar. 61 ; Col. 1 Oct. 63. 
Major.— Adolphus Ulick Wombwell, 4 Ensign, p 19 Aug. 52 ; Xtfu*. P23 Dec. 53; Capt. 
PI May 55; Afq/or. p 18 July 62. 



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Alexander Fletcher 6 . . . 
John Charles Le Quesne 
John Cavendish Orred . 
Crofton T. B. Yandeleur. 
John Mundy Dowdeswell 

John Sprot Tait 

Clennell Wilkinson .... 
Alfred David Ker 

LlEUTBNANTS. 

Ambrose C. Wolseley Cox 
Barry V. Dennehy, Adj. 
George Arthur Thompson 
WilliamGeorge Middleton 
George John Barry .... 

Joseph Henderson , 

Cecil James Stephens . , 
Wm. Hargrave Pawson. 
John Richard Malone . < 

Cornets. 

John Beauchamp Hayes 

Thomas Richard Peareth 

Leslie Martin 

Hon. Walter JohnS tewart 
William Cuthbert . . 
MonntcharlesE.Willlams 
George Mure Martin 



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P21 Sept. 52 
p 29 Apr. 50 
p 13 Nov. 60 
p 30 Nov. 60 
p 1 1 Mar. 
p 8 July 62 
P 23 Sept. 62 
p 8 Apr. 

8 Jan. 64 
26 Feb. 64 
p 17 Jan. 65 
p 9 May 65 
p 29 May 66 
p 10 July 66 
p 17 Apr. 67 
p 20 July 67 
p 14 Aug. 67 

p 22 Feb. 68 
P21 Mar. 68 
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p 14 Oct. 68 
p 14 Oct. 68 
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p 23 Jan. 69 



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p 26 July 64 
p 31 Jan. 65 
p 29 May 66 
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p 29 May 66 
p 9 Mar. 67 
p 14 Aug. 67 
p 13 June 68 
p 23 Jan. 69 
p 5 May 69 

1 Sir Geo. Henry Lockwood commanded the 
3rd Light Dragoons throughout the campaign of 
1842 in Afghanistan under Gen. Pollock (Medal 
and CB.), and was present at forcing the Khyber 
Pass, storming the heights of Jugdulluck, action 
of Texeen, and Huftkotul, occupation of Cabool, 
(lege and capture of Isialiff. He senred also in 
the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9, and com- 
manded a brigade at the battle of Ooojerat 
(Medal with one Clasp). 

3 Colonel Oakes served with the 12th Laneersia the 
Kafir war of 185 1-3 ( Medal) . 8erred io theCrimea from 
5 May 69 » Ma? 18tt(MedalvUhClaspforBebastopol.8aTdiiueni 
1 and Tnrkiah Medals, and 6th Class of t he Medjidie) . 
4 Major Wombwell serredin the Crimea from 20th Aug. 1855 
(Medal with Clasp for Sebaetopol, and Turkish Medal). 

6 Captain Fletcher serred in the Crimea from 9th May 1855 
(Medal with Clasp for Sebastopol, and Turkish Medal). 
9 Dr. Baxter.— ror War Services see " Medical Department.*' 



Paymaster.— William Henry Buttonshaw, 23 June 63 ; Honorary Captain, 23 Jane 68. 
Adjutant.— Lieut. B. Valentine Dennehy, 26 Feb. 64. 
Riding Matter.— Wm. St. Leger Stephens, 31 July 57. 
Quarter Master.— James Pronger, 10 June 62. 

Surg.— Fra.Haating8 Baxter, 9 MD.il .S. 11 July 45; Surg. 15Ang.54; Surg.Moj.UJvdy65. 
Assistant Surgeon. — Heinrich Friederich Lawaetz Melladew, MD. 31 March 64. 
Veterinary Surgeon.— Charles Steel, 11 Oct. 55 ; 1st Class, 21 Aug. 67. 
Blue — Facings Scarlet— Agents 9 Messrs. Cox and Co.— Irish Agents, Messrs. Cane & Sons. 
Returned from India, 29 June 1860. 



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Af<i/oT28June38; Af«>rP31 Dec.89; Xf.CoZ. *27 June 45 j Co/. 20 June 54; Major 
Gen. 6 Apr. 60 ; Lt. General, 25 Aug. 68 ; Col. 13th Hunan, 10 Dec.68. 

Z.«to*.CW<m6/.--Soame Gainbier Jenynt,* CB., Cor. *30 Dec. 46; X*. p24 Sept. ^]iCapt. 
p 20 Dec. 50; Bt.Mqj. 12 Dec. 54; Af<tf.l9Feb.58 ; Xf.Co/.P24May81; CW.24May66. 

Jf^or.— FItiRoy Donald Maclean/ Corn**, p 19 Aug. 52 ; Lt. 26 Oct. 54 ; Capt. p 18 Jan. 
56; Major, ?16 Aug. 61. 



Captains. 
Stanley de Astel C. Clarke 

Baker Creed Russell 4 

Geo. Croft Hud dies ton . . 
William Mitchell lnnes. . 
Thomas George Johnson 
Edward Charles Starkey 
James Alexander Ford 
Charles Clarke Higgins. . 

Lieutenants. 
Richard James Agar Webb 

Joseph Mills 

James Tardy Hone 

Henry Stephen Walker. 
William Jackson Moore 
Pryce Bowman Hamilton 
Arthur Charles Pole .... 
Thomas Edwaixt Rivis . . 
Cornets. 

Maximilian Bieber 

John Chute Ellis 

Patrick Morrisey, Aaj. . . 
John Frederick Foster .. 

Frank Osborne 

Athelstane Robert Pryce 
John Kinder Spilling. . . . 
Steuart Jas. Cha. Duckett 



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P17 Nov. 63 
12 July 64 
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p 8 Dec. 65 
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p 24 Oct. 67 
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p 16 Aug. 61 
p 30 Mar. 60 
p 21 Apr. 63 
p 28 Aug. 63 
p 18 July 65 

9 Sept. 64 
p 12 Jan. 66 

10 May 66 
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p 16 Oct. 67 
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p 14 June 69 
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p 5 Apr. 64 
p 12 Jan. 66 
19 May 66 
p 16 Oct. 67 
p 1 Feb. 68 
p 5 May 69 

3 Major Maclean terred In the Bictarn campaign 
of 1SS4, including the battle of Alma (Medal and 
two Cla»p* and Turkish Medal). 

i Captain Johuson aervedtbe Baitera eampalf n 
of l«*4-lft, IneludlBc the reeouaaiuanee on the 
Danube, battles of BalaklaTa (hone wounded), 
lBkennan, and Tchernaya, tiefe of SebaatopoU »od 
expedition to Bupatoria (Medal and three Clasp*, 
Preach and Turkish Medals, and Rnhjbt or the 
Legion of Honor). 

12 Surgeon Major Furlong.— For War Ser- 
vices ice " Medical Department." 



Paymaster.— William Joice, 8 May 67 j Cor rust, Si Dec 57 ; Lt.& Adj. 12 Mar, 61. 

Adjutant. — Cornet P. Morrisey, 8 June 67. 

Riding Master.— Henry Hubbard, 22 May 66. # 

Quarter Master.— William Christie, 8 Aug. 68. 

Surgeon.— John Sheldon Furlong, 15 MD. A.S. 19 Nov. 47 ; Surg. 9 Feb. 55; Surg.Mqjor, 

Assist.Surgeon.— Thomas Dodd Milburn, 31 March 62. [19 Nov. 67. 

Veterinary Surg.— William Varley, 15 Aug. 55 -, 1st Class, 4 Dec. 63. 
Blue — Facings White. Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
Beturnedfrom the Crimea, 28 May 1856. Embarked for Canada, 11 Sept. 1866. 
1 LitoLOaaeral Lawrenaou commanded the 17th Lancers in the Eastern Campaign of 1854-65, Including the cavalry 
aftair of Bolganae and battle of Alma. Appointed in July 1805, with the rank, or Brigadier-General to the Heavy 
Brigade), constating of the 1st 4th and 6th Dragoon Guards, 1st 2nd and 6th Dragoons, which he commanded at the battle 
•f Tehernayew Succeeded Sir James Scarlett, in December following, In command of the Britiah cavalry In the East, 
which command he held until the return of the army in 1856 (Medal with Clasp, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 4th 
Claaa of the Medjidie). 

S Colonel Jenyns served In the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the reconnaisiance on the Danube under Lord 
Cardigan (tn command of thoaquadron ISth Lt. Drags.), battles of Balaklava (horse shot), Inkerman, and Tcheroava, and 
ata?e of Sevastopol; also present with the Light Brigade at Eupatoris (Medal and three Clasps, 5th Clasa of the Medjidie 
and Torkfam Medal). He nas senior officer of the 13th Lt. Drags, out of the charge at Balaklava, and re-formed the 
Bog iseraf, for which he received the brevet of Major and CB. 

4 Major Russell was at Meerut with the Carabineers at the outbreak of the Sepoy mutiny, end at Kurnaul when Colonel 
Gerrard was kflled ; was afterwards present with Seston's Moveable Column at the battle of Gungarce where— hia three 
senior onleere being killed— he commanded the squadron of his Regt. and a detachment of the 9th Lancers: again, on the 
l?th Dec 1867, he commanded the Cavalry in the action of Putteali where over 700 Sepoys were killed,— "to Lieut. Russell," 
writes Sir Thomas Seaton in his dispatch, ** who commanded the Cavalry as well as to his brave companions in arms my 



apeenury due, for their gallantry in action and vigour in pursuit." He commanded the Cavalry also at Mynpooree 

_. BO of the rebels were killed, and was with his Regt. when General Fenny was killed and Bareilly taken; present at 

the relief of Bareilly, relief of Snahjehanpore, capture of the fort of Reraal and pursuit with destruction of the fort of 
Mahnadee, action of Bunkagwon, operations in Oode and actions of Mohudipore and Rusoolpore, attack and capture of 
fort Mltoulee. actions of AUigunge and Blswa ; also served with the Agra field force under Brigadier Showers In Central 
lad* la pursuit of Tantt* Topee (Medal and Clasp) . 



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PRUSSIAN RAGLE 1 * " DOURO""TALAVERA""FURNTES D*ONOR" "SALAMANCA" "VITTORIA" 

"ORTHES" "PENINSULA"" PUN JAUB" "CHILLIANWALLAH , '"GOOJERAT" "PERSIA" 

"CENTRAL INDIA." 
Colonel.— 9WL William Beckwith, 1 KH. Comet, P7 Jan. 13; Lt. 12 Dec. 15; Capt. 

P9 May 22; Major, * 14 Feb. 28; Lt.Col. 6 Dec. 33; Col. 9 Nov. 46; Major Qen. 20 

June 54; Lt.Gen. 26 Nov. 61 ; Col. 14 Hussars, 12 Nov. 60. 
Lt.Coloneh— Pearson Scott Thompson, » CB. Cor. PSAug. 42; X*. p7 June 44; Capt. 

P3Sept.47; Bt.Mqj.20 July 58; Bt.Lt.Col.Z July 60; Jfap. P18 June6l ; Zf.CW. 

p 29 Nor. 64 ; Colonel, 6 Jan. 67. 
Major*.— Frederick Barclay Chapman, Cor. ?23 Oct. 57 ; Lt. 26 Mar. 58; Capt. P16 

Mar. 60; Mqjor, P29 Nov. 64. 
Francis Pemberton Campbell, 4 Ensign, 3 Not. 54; Lt. 9 Mar. 55; Capt. P14 Jan. 62 ; 

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8. William Arbuthnot*. 
Hon. Fred. Amherst 8 .. 
John Hunter Knox. . . . 

John Mather 

Francis Shirley Russell . 
Samuel Tudor Ash ton . 
H on, John St.V.Saumarez 
Thomas Allan Henry . . . 

Lieutenants. 
Joseph Harpur, Adj.... 
George Robert Elwca . 
Malcolm Alfred Laing . 
Wm. Hen. France Palmer 10 

Henry Bulkeley 

Edmund Peel 

Geo. B.Cooke Yarborough 
Wm. Spencer Beaumont 
Albert Brassey 

Cornets. 
Gerald Edm. MacCarthy 
Chas. Jas. Maxwell Lefiroy 
Wm. Bell McTaggart 
Henry L'Estrange Malone 
James Reginald Bray 
Wm HumbleDudley Ward 



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30 Mar. 58 
p 10 May 61 
p 6 Feb. 63 
p 15 Mar. 64 
p 29 Mar. 64 
v 23 Aug. 64 

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P 30 Dec 64 
23 Dec. 64 
p 80 Dec. 59 
3 June 59 
p 17 Apr. 66 
p 20 July 66 
p 9 Mar. 67 
p 21 Aug. 67 

p I Feb. 68 
p 11 Apr. 68 
p 13 June 68 
p 22 Aug. 68 
p 2 Dec. 68 
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p 15 Oct. 61 
p 8 Feb. 61 
P 23 Jan. 63 
p 23 Aug. 64 
p 21 Feb. 65 
P17 Apr. 66 
p 20 July 66 



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P15 May 67 
p 1 Feb. 68 
p 26 May 65 
p 28 July 63 
p 8 Aug. 68 
p 2 Dec. 68 
p 24 Mar. 69 
p 3 Apr. 69 



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? 30 Dec. 64 
p 2 Oct. 66 
p 15 May 67 
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p 8 Aug. 68 
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p 3 Apr. 69 



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4 Major Pemberton Campbell served with 
the 79th Highlander! at the siege and fail 
of Sebaatopol from 12th July 1855 and as- 
sault of the Redan on the 8ih Sept. (Medal 
with Clasp and Turkish Medal). Serred also 
with the 79th In the Indian campaign, in- 
cluding the siege ami capture of Lucknow, 
actions of Bareilly, Shahjehanpore, and Mo- 
homdee; serred from Sept. 1858 with the 
lbt Punjaub Cavalry and was present at the 
capture of Rampore Kussla und pursuit, 
passage of the Gogra, affairs of Chords and 
attack on Bankee, with pursuit to the Rap- 
tee, advance Into Nepaul and affair at Sitkaghat. Also with 
Sir Alfred Horsfurd's force on the frontiers of Nepaul from 
Jan. to June 1869 (Medal with Clasp). 

8 Major Arbuthnot served with the Rifle Brigade In the 
Indian campaign In 1867-68, Including the siege and capture 
of Lucknow and some of the minor affairs of the campaign 
(Medal with Clasp). Served in the Abyssinian Campaign as 
Aide de Camp and Assistant Military Secretary to Lord 
Napier and was present at the Capture of Magdals (men- 
tioned in dispatches. Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

9 Captain Macartney, late a Captain In the 17th 
Lancers, was present with a squadron of the 13th Lt. 
Drs. at Kurnool and In the action of Zorapore 18th 
Oct. 1839. Served with the 17th Lancers at the siege 
of Sebastopol and battle of the Tchernaya (Medal 
with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 



Paymaster. — John Macartney, 9 16 May 62 ; 

Hon. Captain, 16 May 67. 
Adjutant. — Lieut. J. Harpur, 16 May 65. 
Riding Master.— James Harran, 1 ' 1 Dec. 65. 
Quarter Master.— Thomas Howell Clark, 11 2 Sept. 62. 
Surgeon. — Ormsby Bo wen Miller,* A.S.28 Mar. 54 ; Surgeon 9 Sept. 64. 
Assist. Surg.— William Hensraan, 12 Jan. 59. 

Veterinary Surgeon. — Henry Dawson/ 9 5 July 55; 1st Class, 4 Dec. 68. 
Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. — Irish Agents, Sir E. R. Borough, Bt., Armit, & Co. 
[Returned from Bombay, June I860.] 

1 Lt. General Beckwith served iu the Peninsula with the 16th Light Drags, from July 1813 to the end of that war in 1814, 
including the battle of the Nlvelle, and battles of the Nlve on the 9ih and 10th Dec., for which he has the War Medal with 
two Clasps. Served also the campaign of 1816, and was present at the retreat on 17th June and at the battle of Waterloo. 

2 Colonel Thompson served with the 7th Dragoon Guards against the Insurgent Boers in South Africa in 1846 j and 
likewise In the Kaffir war of 1816-7 (Medal). Served with the 14 th Lt. Drs. with the Central India field force under Sir Hugh 
Rose in 1858 and was present at the siege and capture of Jhansi ; commanded the Cavalry at the capture of the fort of 
Loharri ; present at the battle of Kooncb, the various skirmishes before Calpee, action of Golowlie, and capture of the 
town and fort of Calpee, commanded the left wing of the Begt. at the action of Morar, the several engagements on the 
heights before Kotakasersl and Gwallor, and capture of the fort and city of Gwallor ; commanded a field detachment for 
three months in Bundlecund, and in a successful attack against «a very superior body of rebels at Garotha— thanked by the 
Governor of Bombay in Council (twice mentioned in despatches, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, Medal and Clasp). 

6 Captain Hon. F. Amherst served as a Midahipmnn in the Royal Navy in the Black Sea and Baltic in 1854-65 (Medal). 
8 Surgeon Miller.— For War Services see " Medical Department.' 5 

10 Lieut. Palmer served with the 68th Light Infantry m the New Zealand war in 1864-66, and was present at the attack on 
the Gate Pah and engagement at Te Ranga (wounded, and mentioned in dispatches, Medal). 

11 Quarter Master T. H. Clark served throughout the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, Including the action of Ramnuggur, 
passage of the Chenab, battles of Chillian walla and Goojerat, pursuit of the enemy over the Jhelum, and of the Affghana 
across the Indus, with their expulsion beyond the Kyber Pass (Medal with two Clasps). Persian campaign of 1857 
(Medal). Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the suppression of the Mutiny at Arungabad, siege and capture of 
Dhar, actions of Mundeaore (severely wounded), relief of Neemuch, siege ana capture of Chandaree, battle of the 
Betwa (wounded), siege and capture of Jhansi, actions of Koonah and Golowlie, advance on and capture of Calpee and 
pursuit, action and capture of Morar, recapture of Gwallor, action of Ranode, and pursuit of Ferozeshah (Medal with Clasp). 

12 VetSurg. Dawson served with the Persian expedition of 1857 (Medal). Was with Central India field force nnder 8ir 
Hugh Rose In 1858 and present at siege and capture of Ratghur, action of Barodia, relief of Saugor, at MaUhone, 
battle of Betwa, siege and capture of Jhansi, action of Koonch, advance on and capture of Calpee (Medal with Clasp). 

18 Biding Master Harran served the Eastern Campaign of 1854 with the 4th Dragoon Guards, including the battles of Bala- 
klava, Tnkrnnim, and Tcheznaya, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with f ~* «-.«....--..» 



i three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 



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•« EMSDOB?" * EGMONT-OP-ZEB" " VILLIRR8 EN COUCH E »» "SAHAGUN" " VITTOIUA" 
•• PENINSULA " " WATERLOO." 
Colonel.— 9 *3» EverardWm. Bouverie, 1 Cor. P2Apr. 12; Lt. 16 Oct. 12; Capt. P9 
Sept. 19; Bt.Major, 6 May 31; Zi.Co/. P4 Dec. 32; Col. 16 Sept. 45 ; MajorGen. 
20 June 54 ; Lt.Qen. 30 Jnly 60 ; General, 9 April 68 ; Col. 15th Hussars 17 July 59. 
Lieut.Colonel.— Fred. Wellington John FitzWygram,* Comet, P28 July 43; Lieut. P17 
May 44; Capt. P22 Dec 48 ; Jafq/or, p 19 Feb. 58; Lt.Col. 26 July 58; Cot 26 July 63. 
afttfYwv— Bryan Burrell, Cornet ,1 Dec 57; Z»>t<r. P23 Sept. 59; Capt. P22 Feb. 61 ; 
Major, PI April 68. 



Captains. 

Geo. John Hooke Pearson 

I David Ricardo 

- Hugh Humphry s 

.Gerald Walker 

David Maxwell 

Joseph Norton ........ 

Francis Hood Gregory . . 

, George Luck 

Lieutenants. 
I Montague Cecil Broun. . 

Robt.Marcu8BriBcoe,<4<(7. 

Henry W.Ridley Blackett 

BochfortH-RochfortBoyd 

John M'Bryan 

Geo. Nug.Ross Wefherall 

William White 

Frederick Henry Beck.. 

Hon. Alex. Fred. Hood 
Cornets. 

Thomas Davison 

Charles George Cookson 

James Cunliffe Liftter Kay 

William Finlay Hamilton 



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p 31 Jan. 60 p 19 Mar. 61 
9 9 Mar. 60| p 17 Sept. 61 
p 18 Sept. 60 p 23 June 63 
p 1 Dec. 60, Pll Aug. 63 
p 8 Oct. 61 1 p 20 Sept. 64 
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P31 Dec. 61 p 9 May 65 
p 16 Aug. 61 p 7 Aug. 67 
p 19 July 64! p 14 Sept. 67 
17 Oct. 57 1 23 Oct. 67 
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In the Pen* 
Insula from October 1819, to the nd of that 
war In 1814, and ha* received the War Medal 
with two Clasps for the battles of Yittoria and 
Toulouse. He tervedalsothecampaign of 1815, 
and was wounded at the battle of Waterloo. 
I Colonel PitsWjgnm served In the Crimes, 
with the 6th Dragoons, was present at the battle of 
Tchernaya and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, 
and Turkish Medal). 

4 Lieut M'Bryan served In the Kaffir war 
of 1846-47, and was severely wounded— shot 
P27 June 68 through left thigh — in the action of the 
Gwanga (Medal). 

8 Surgeon Major Stewart.— For War Services tee " Medical 
Department." 

7 Quarter Master Rae served with the 2nd Dr. Gdi. In the 
Indian Campaign In 1858, including the siege and capture of 
Lucknow, and action of Koorsee (Medal with Clasp). 



p 8 June 67 
p 7 Aug. 67 
p 15 Feb. 68 
Pll Apr. 68 
Geo.Digby FilmerSulivan j p 13 June 68 

James Kentish p 27 June 68 

Charles Kin? Rennell . . p 28 Oct. 68 

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Paymaster.— Augustus Bolle de Lasalle, 18 May 58 ; Hon. Captain, 18 May 68, 
Aajutant.— Lieut. R. M. Briscoe, 12 Sept. 65. 
Riding Master.— Richard Henry Boyle, 8 23 April 81. 
Quarter Master.— William Rae, T 9 Oct. 55. 

Surgeon.— Neil Henry Stewart, 6 MD. A.S. 1 Dec. 48 ; Surgeon,** June 55; Surgeon Major 
Assistant Surgeon.— David Renton, MD. 30 Sept. 64. [15 Aug. 68. 

Veterinary Surgeon. — Michael Francis Healy, 30 June 68. 
Bine.— Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
[Betumed/rom Madras, 20 June 1 854.] 
8 Mdtag Master Boyle served the Battern Campaign of 1864-55 in the 5th Dragoon Guards and «m pramtln tlii 
hatdeTofBnlaxlava, Inkerman, andTchcroaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 



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Colonel.— c. 9 Hon. Sir Edward Gust, 1 KCH. Cor. 15 Mar. 10; Lt. P27 Dec. 10; Capt. 

p 9 Dec. 13 ; MoJ. p 24 Oct. 21 ; Lt.Col. p 26 Dec. 26 ; Col. 23 Nov. 41 ; Maj.Gen. 1 1 

Nov. 51 ; Lt.Gen. 14 May 50 ; General, 12 Jan. 66 ; Col. 16th Lancers, 9 Apr. 59. 
Lieut.Colonel.—Wm. Thomas Dickson, Cor. p 23 Apr. 47 ; Lt.f>25 Feb. 48; Capt. P25 Apr. 

51 ; Major, p 19 May 54 ; Bt. Lt.Col. 26 Oct. 58 ; Lt.Col. , P3 Oct. 62 ; Col. 6 Jan. 64. 
Majors.— Thomas Woollaston White, Cornet, p7 May 47; Lieut. PI Apr. 48; Capt, P23 

Sept. 51 ; Major, p2 Not. 55; Bt. Lt. Col. 10 Dec. 64. 
HughD'ArcyP. Buraell, Cornet, p 14 July 54; Lt. 14 Sept. 55; Capt. PS0 July 58; 

Major, p 22 Sept 63. 



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cornet. 



Geo.Wm. Hutton Riddell.P2l July 54 



HenryClementWilkinson* 
Robert Whigham * 
James Goidie * . • 
MauriceGeo.B.FitzGerald 6 
C.Carrington Churchward 
Richard Wm. Renshaw.. 
Robert ThirkiU Maillard.. 

Lieutenants. 

Ion Turner 

Jemmett Charles Duke . . 

Charles Agnew 

John Daye Barker 

Doug. Alex. G.C.Graham 
Edward Henry Maunsell. 
James Colean Kennedy . . 
Hamilton Johu Wallace 

Cornets. 
Harrie Arch bold Reld .. 
William Campbell Pullin 

William Noel Hill 

John Ralph Beard 

JohnBullen Symes-Bullen 
Ankerf ille Scott . . 
William Barker, Adj 
F.Colebrooke Drummond 



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6 June 54 
p 14 July 54 
p 16 Jan. 55 
p 10 Mar. 60 
p 16 Aug. 57 
p 12 Mar. 61 



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p 5 Aug. 59 



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p 15 Jan. 56 
25 May 55 
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12 Sept. 56 
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S Captain Wilkinson served with the 00th 
Regt. in the Indian Campaign of 1858, and 
was present at the siege and capture of Awah, 
siege assault and capture of Kotati, battle of 
Kotakaseria, general action resulting In the 

,_ m capture of Gwalior, assault and capture of 

P 17 Nov 63 p 23 June 65 Row*. ■'«&« «nd capture of Pouree, battle of 
p 20 Feb! 63 | p 28 Oct. 64!^P° re ' andaffalrof Koondry( Medal with 
P 30 Nov. CO p 20 Oct. 65 | ^Captain Whigham served with the 42nd 
P 8 Mar. 64 ' 3 Aug. 67 (Highlanders in the Crimea from 2nd Dec. 
d io rw/ rq P30 Anr 61 I' 8 **, including the expedition to Kertch, 
P 13 Dec.59| p w Apr. °* ilegeaildfallof ^SebastopolTand assault of the 
outworks on 18 June (Medal with C)a>p, and Turkish Medal). 
P 5 July 64' 8 Doctor Innea. — For War Services sec "^Medical Depart- 
p 7 Mnr fi/i went." 

d o ac «* I ,0 RWIn « Master Brown tarred with the 10th Lancers 
v y May do during the campaign in Affehanistan, under Lord Keana, fa 
P 23 Mar. 66 1839, Including the siege and capture of Ghuanee (Medal), 
p 22 May 66, 
P28Dec.66 
6 Nov. 67 1 
p 2 Jan. 69 
Paymaster. —Thomas Dynon, 7 22 April 62 ; Hon. Captain, 22 April 67. 
Adjutant.— Cornet Wm. Barker, 12 June 69. 
Biding Master.— Thomas Brown, 10 7 Sept. 58 ; Cornet, 29 Dec. 57. 
Quarter Master.— James Fuller, 9 18 May 60. 

Surgeon. — Charles Alexander Junes, 8 MD. A.S. 14 March 55; Surgeon, 4 March 68. 
Assist.Surgeone.— James M. M'Cully, MD. 30 Sept. 64. 

Napoleon Bisdee Major, 2 Oct. 66. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — Thomas James Richardson , 5 May 63. 

Scarlet — Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co. 
{Returned from Bengal, 26 Dec. 1846. Embarked for Madras, July 1865.] 
1 Sir Edward Cust joined the Duke of Wellington's array prior to the adrance from Portugal in 1811, snd continued with 
it up to the cantonments on the Adour in 1813, having been present with the 18th Light Dragoons at the battle of Fnentea 
d'Onor, and with the 14th Dragoons at the battles of Salamanca, Vittoria. the Pyrenees, Ni telle, and Nive, investment of 
Ciudad Kodriga, siege of Badajoz, and generally in all the affairs of that period, until he quitted the Duke's army on promotion. 
He has received the War Medal with seven Clasps. Sir Edward is the author of the " Annals of the Wars of the 18th and 19th 
Centuries/'— au iuvaluable standard work to the student of Military History. 

6 Captain Goidie served with the 9th Lancers throughout the suppression of the Indian Mutiny in 1867-69, including the 
battle of Budlckeaerai, siege operations assault and capture of Delhi, actions of Bolnndshuhur and Allyghur, battle of Agra, 
affair of Kanouge, relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, battle of Cawnpore on 6th Dec, action at Seraighat, action at Shnmshabad 
(in command of a Squadron), siege and capture of Lucknow, the summer campaign in Oude and Rohilcund and actions of Rho- 
damow and Allyghur, capture of Bareitly, action at Sluihjebanporc and pursuit to Mahomdee, passage of the Gogra at Fyzabad 
and affair at Kumdakoti (Medal with Clasps). 

6 Captain FitxGerald served with the 97th Begt. at the siege and fall of Sebastopol from 31st July 1865, and waa of 
the ladder party at the assault on the Redan on the 8th Sept. — wounded In left arm and leg (Medal with Clasp, and 
Turldah Medal). Served in Bengal in suppressing the Mutiny in 1867-58, with the Jounpore field force in the actions of 
Nusrutpore, Chanda, Ummeerpore, and Sultanpore ; waa one of the stormera at Fort Dhowrara, and aasisted In bringing 
out two guns under a close fire (thanked in despatches) : was afterwards at the siege and capture of Luckoow ; com- 
manded a detachment of the 97th Regt. In the purault of Rummut Sing and Fusand Ally in Bundlecund in March 1869 
(Medal with Claap). 

7 Captain Dynon served with the 16th Lancers daring the campaign in Affgbanistan under Lord Keane, Including the siege and capture 
of Ghusnea (Medal). He serred also at the battle of Maharajpore (Medal), 9th Dee. 1843; and In the campaign on the Sutlejin 1846, 
Including the battles of Buddiwal, Aliwal, and Sobraon ( Medal and Clasps). 

9 Quarter Master Fuller served with the 16th Lancers at the battle of Maharajpore on 29th Dec. 1843 (Medal). Ale* 
the Sutlej campaign of 1846 including the battles of Buddiwal, Aliwal, and Sobraon (Medal and Claap). 



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"SEVASTOPOL." 
ColoneL— Charles William Morley Balders, 1 CB. Comet, p 10 Nov. 25 ; Zf. p 25 Nov. 28 • 

Capt. P15 July 36; Major, p 16 May 45; Bt.Lt.Col. 3 Apr. 46 ; Col. 20 June 54; 

Lt.Col. 8 Jan. 58; MajorGeneral, 31 Aug. 60; Colonel 17th Lancers, 4 Feb. 67. 
U.Colonel.— Drury Curzon Drury Lowe, 1 Cor. P 28 July 54; Lt. 7 Nov. 54: Capt. 

P9 Nov. 56; MaJ. P10June62; Lt.Col. P 15 June 66. 
Major*.— Hon. William Henry Curzon/ Cornet, 13 July 55; Lt. 17 Sept. 57; Capt. 

P30Dec.59; JITo/or, p 19 July 64. 
Walter Raymond Nolan, 6 Corn** , p 19 Jan. 55 ; Lieut, p 10 Apr. 57 ; Capt. P 22 Apr. 59 ; 

Mqjor, P23 June 69. * * ' 



CAPTAI1T8. 

Charles Way mouth 7 .. 
Robert Bainbridge • .... 

*. Thomas Gonne * 

George Coke Robinson . . 
Samuel Boulderson .... 
Fred. William Blumberg 
Hen. Augustin Robinson 
Wm. Gerrard Walmesley 

LlBUTBKANTB. *--^ 

Stanley Yeatman Clark . . 
Thomas Arthur Cooke . . 
Starling Meux Benson . . 

Thomas Crowe 

Gordon H. Pellew 

Edm.VerneyWyattEdgell 
ClementWm.Jos.TJnthank 
Ernest Augustus Belford 
James Fane Alexander . , 

Cornets. 

Zf0nJno.PleydcllBouverie 

John Brown,™ Adj. ...... 

William Bashford 

Wm. T. 3. Kevill-Davo » 
Charles Edward S waine . . 
Robert Nugent Humble 



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P27 July 55 
p 29 Feb. 56 
p 2 Nov. 55 
p 3 Apr. 57 

20 Nov. 56 
p 15 Nov. 59 

30 Dec. 59 
P17 Sept. 61 

P 12 Mar. 61 
p 16 May 62 
p 20 Oct 65 
P 13 Mar. 66 
P 14 Feb. 65 
p 20 Apr. 66 
P 26 June 
p 27 July 66 
p 20 Feb. 67 

p 27 Feb. 67 
p 23 Mar. 67 
P29May67 
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P 13 June 68 
P 14 Oct. 68 



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17 Sept. 57 
p 2 Oct. 57 
Pll Sept. 57 
p 22 June 58 

23 Jan. 57 
p 10 June 62 
p 24 June 62 
p 24 Jan. 65 

p 13 Mar. 66 
9 July 65 
P27 Feb. 67 
p 8 May 67 
p 12 Oct. 67 
p 1 Apr. 68 
p 14 Oct. 6S 
p 24 Apr. 69 
p 23 June 69 



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P21 Feb. 60 
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p 10 June 62 
p 18 Jan. 61 
17 Nov. 63 
P27 Feb. 67 
p 1 Apr. 
p 23 June 69 



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Paymaster.— dePentbeny de P.O'Kelly, 

28 Dec. 60 ; Hon. Captain, 28 Dec. 65. 
Adjutant.— Comet John Brown, 10 23 Mar. 67. 
Riding Matter. — Thomas Martin, 30 Dec. 59. 
Quarter Master. — VOL John Berry man, 11 12 Apr. 64. 
Surgeon.— ArtburJ. Greer, w ll Sept. 60; A.8. 23 July 52. 
Assist. Surgeon. — Joseph Edward O'Loughlin, 5 Aug. 58. 
Veterinary Surgeon.— James Lambert, 12 Oct. 57 ; 1*/ Class, 2 Sept. ( 
Blue — Facings White. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
Returnedfrom India, 5 May 1865. 



1 MsjorGeueral Balden Mired the campaign on the Sutlej in 1845-6, and commanded the 3rd Light Dragoons In the 
battles of Moodkee and Feroseshah (Medal with one Clasp, Brevet of Lfeut.Colonel, and CB.). He was wounded In the 
grate wWfet charting the enemy's batteries at Feroseshah, on the evening of the SLst Dec. 1845. 

* LuCoknael Drury Lowe served In the Crimea from 18th June 1855, including the battle of the Tchernaya, siege and 
fallef Sevastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Tuikish Medal). Served the Indian campaign of 1858-59 in pursuit of rebel 
forces trader Tsatfa Topee, and present at the action of Zerapore (Medal). 

9 Major How. W. H. Carson wired In the Crimea from 18 July 1855, including the battle of the Tchernaya, siege 
snd r*B of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served In the campaign of 1868-69 in Central India, la. 
rlndsaff the action of Borode (Medsl). 

6 Major Nolan served in the Indian campaign of 1858, including the affairs of Rojghur, Mongrowlee, Smdwaho. 
Ebaree, and Zeerapere (mentioned in dispatches, Medsl). 

7 Captain Weymouth served In the campaign of 1868-0 in Central India, including the affairs of Bajghur, Mon- 
ivevlee, fttsMhrafco, Kharee, and Zeerapor* (Medal). 

*i Captain BainOndge served with s Squadron of the 17th Lancers in the Indian campaign of 1858 under Sir John Michel, in- 
Amg the affairs of Bajghur, Mongrowlee, Sindwaho, Kharee, and Zeerapore (Medal). 



9 Cantata Good* sewed in India in 1857-59; wss appointed Acting Interpreter to the 17th Lancers and Staff Officer 
te the Sad Cavalry Column Malwa Division (mentioned in dispatches, Medal). 

1" Cornet Brown served throughout the Eastern Campaign ol 1851*65, including the affairs of Bulganak and MacKensie's 
Farm, battles of Alma, BalakJara (severely wounded and hbtse killed), and Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal 
«na three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Campaign jn. Central India in 1858-69 and was present at the 
art** of Burode (Medal). 

11 Quarter Master Berryman served throughout the Eastern Campaign of 1854-55, including the affairs of Bulganac and 
Mv Kane's Farm (captured three of the Enemy), night attack on the Russian Outposts on 19 Feb. 1855, battles of Alma, 
BthklsTa (horse shot). Inkerman, and Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, Victoria Cross, and 
Turkish Modal). Served in the Central India Campaign of 1858-59. 

12 Surgeon Greer.— For War Services see " Medical Department." 



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« PENINSULA" "WATERLOO." 
Colonel.— Sir Charles Routledge O'Donnell, 1 Ens. 9 Sept. 13 ; Lt. 7 Sept. 15 ; Copt, 11 July 

22; Major, P14 Jan. 26; -Lf.Co/. Pl6 Ang. 26; Co/. 23 Nov. 41 ; Jlfq/or <?a». 11 Nor. 

51 ; Lt.Gen. 26 Oct. 58; Gen. 2 April 65; Col. 18th Hussars, 10 Sept. 64. 
Lieut. Colonel— Richard Knox, Cor. P 28 June 31; Lieut 20 April 34; Capt. 9 Mar. 42; 

Br.Maj. 20 June 54 ; Jfaj'. p 8 Dec. 54 ; Zf.Co/. 19 Feb. 58 ; Col. 1 9 Feb. 63. 
Majors.— Richard Buckley Prettejohn,* CB. Cor. p 23 Feb. 38; Lt. P18 Oct. 39; Capt.\7 

Sept. 50; Bt.Maj. 20 July 58 ; Bt.Lt.Col. 3 July 60; AfVy.o July 64 ; Colonel 3 July 68. 
Christopher Barton, Cor. 16 May 66; /tfeuf. 15 Sept. 57 ; Capt. p 3 Feb. 60; 3f<yor, p 14 

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Captatkb. 
Thomas Phillips . . . 
Harold Esdaile Malet. 
John Lorn Stewart. . . 
W. Lawrence Twentyman* 

John Groves - 

Walter Yeldham 

Henry Maxwell Howard. 
Fra . Anth ony S . Mannock 4 

Lieutenants. 
Fred. Charles Hooper . . 
Francis Alf. Baines, Aaj. 

Edward Pulleyne 

James Stuart 

Charles Addison Davies 
Richard Geo. Kennedy 6 

Edward Nolan 

William George Andrews 
Horry William Parker 



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P 26 Sept. 56 

18 Oct. 59 

p 20 Feb. 55 

11 Mar. 59 

PlOMoy 61 

p 29 Mar. 61 

p 19 Mar. 61 

17 Oct. 57 



Cornets. 
Richard Knox .... 
William Edward Bolton. 
Montagu Maule Slade.. 
Chas. D.Wilson Cammell 
Edw. D.Newnham Smith 

Thomas Hope 

George Ferris Rumsey 
Benson Day Harrison 



P24June62 
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7 May 68 
P26 Apr. 64 
p 18 May 61 
p 19 Aug. 62 
p 16 Oct. 66 
p 17 Oct. 60 
P16 Oct. 67 



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26 Mar. 58 
p 18 Dec. 60 
p 8 Feb. 56 
p 16 Oct. 60 
p 19 Dec. 62 
p 7 Nov. 62 
p 18 July 62 
p 5 Nov. 61 



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p 12 May 69 



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p 1 Mar. 64 
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p 18 Oct. 64 
p 21 Mar. 68 
23 Jan. 60 
p 7 Not. 68 



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S Major Twentyman Commanded a Division of 
the Transport Corps in the Abyssinian Campaign 
and was present at the Capture of Magdala (men- 
tioned in dispatches, Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

5 Paymaster Fcilden served, with the 42nd 
Highlanders, the Indian Mutiny Campaign of 
1857-58, including the actions at Cawnpore 
(6 Dec. 57), Scraighat, Kudygunge, and Shnm- 
sabad, siege and fall of Lucknow, and assault of 
the Martiniere and Banks' Bungalow (Medal 
with Clasp). Served with the 8th Punjaub Regi- 
ment the Campaign of 1860 in China, including 
the action of Sinho, taking of Tangku, and Cap- 
ture of the Taku Forts (Medal with Clasp). 

6 Lieut. Kennedy served with the 55th Regt.ontheBhootan 
expedition, including the recapture of Dewangirf la 1865. 
Served In the Abyssinian Campaign as Aide-rte-Camp to Lord 
Xapier and was pnsent at the Capture of Mtgdalla (mentioned 
In dispatches). 

7 QriMaster Pickle* served with the 11th Hussars In the 
Eastern campaign of 1864-66, including the affair of Bulganae, 
battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkermsn. and siege of Se- 
vastopol (Medal and four Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

8 Surgeon Clery.— • For War Services see " Medical Depart- 
ment." 



Paymaster. — Henry Wemyss Feilden, 6 1 Feb. 68. 

Adjutant.— Lieut. F. A. Baines, 26 July 64. 

Riding Master. — George Rayment, 14 March 56. 

Quarter Master.— Joseph Henry Pickles,* 23 March 68. 

Surgeon.— -George Carleton Clery, 8 A.S. 13 Oct. 64; Surgeon, 3 Apr, 67. 

Assistant Surgeons.— Frederick Beaufort Scott, MD. 1 Oct. 62. 

John Albert Anderson, MD. 1 Oot. 67. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — John Mills, 8 July 50. 

Blue.— -Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 

1 Sir Charles O'Donnell was present with the Russian troops In the Campaign of 1828 on the Danube against the 
Turks ; and in 1849 with the German Troops in Scales wig- Holstein and Jutland, especially at Dupple and the battle of 
Frederlcia. 

2 Colonel Prettejohn served with the wiug of the 14th Light Dragoons in the Campaign in the Southern Mahratta 
Country in 1844-45, and was present at the investment and capture of the fortresses of Panella and Pownghur. Also 
throughout the Punjaub Campaign of 184840, including the action of Ramnuggur with the charging Squadrons, passage of 
the Chenab, battles of Cblllianwallah and Ooojerat, puisuit of the enemy across the Jhelum and of the Affgbans over the 
Indus through the Kyber Pass (Medal with two Clasps). Served with the Persian expedition of 1857 and was present at 
the bombardment and capture of the forts of Mohumra (Medal). Also with the Central India field force under Sir Hugh 
Rose In 1857.68 and wo present at the siege and capture of Rahutghur, action of Barodia, relief of Sanger, capture of Gor- 
rskota, forcing the Muddenpore pass (wounded), battle of Betwa in command of the three troops actually engaged (horse 
wounded In two places), siege and capture of the town and fortress of Jhansl, battle of Koonch, and commanded the right 
wing of the 14th Lt. Drs. in the pursuit, affairs during the advance on Calpee, capture of Calpee, action of Morar 
and recapture of the town and fortress of Gwalior and pursuit ending in the action of Jowra Allipore, In command of the 
Squadron, action of Ranode in command of the only Squadron present— severely wounded (four times mentioned in 
despatches. Brevets of Major and LkColoneL Medal with two Clasps). 

4 Captain Mannook served with the 8rd Dr. Guards in the Abyssinian Campaign in 1868, and commanded a troop com- 

iring the storm and f .»»*«—* *, 



posing the outpost on the Bashilo river under LtCol. Miller during t 



fend Capture of Magdala (Medal). 



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"^- CobmeL— John Hall, Come* P12 June 17; Lt. p 24 July 17; Capt. p 2 Aug. 22; Bt Major : 

1 Sept. 91; Zf.CW.P27Dec.37; Col. 9 Nov. 46; MajorGen. 20 June 64 ; Z*.<7en. 19 Auk. 62; 

I Colonel 19th Hussars, 10 Feb. 65. 
31 JjLCokmcL— Charles Vanbrngh Jenkins/ Corner, 24 Jan. 89: Zf. 1 Jan. 44 ; Can*. 81 Jan. 62 ; 

• Jfc>br, 1 Julj 57 ; Lt.CoL 1 Jan. 62; Col. 1 Jan. 67. 
31 Major*. — Roland &ichardson,'Cbrnf*, 26 Mar. 89 ; Lt. 1 Jan. 46; Cttpt. 20 Sept. 54; Bt. Major. 6 

, June 56 ; Major, 1 Jan. 62 ; Bt.Lt.Col. 1 Jan. 68. 

Henry Cadognn Craigie,* Corner, 20 Aug. 48; Z*. 11 Sept. 51 ; Capt. 28 Not. 56; Major, 28 Apr. 68. 



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Robert Baring 
Jtelvflle Clarke* 

iRkhard Talbot Plantagenet Stapleton 9 
'Charles Manners Sutton Pairbrother 
Kendall Josiah William Coghill 8 .. 

James Donean 9 

Samuel Cooper Walker 



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Bd»ard Stirling Rivett Carnac". . 

12 John Biddulph" 

12 George Cortland t Boiler Taylor. . 
12 Charles John Prinsep 

Charles Bobert St. Quintin 

Jofai Nethereote 16 

Edwin Wilson Gresham Williams . 

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Francis Dallas Harding 

Seymour Duncan Barrow 



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1 Colonel Jenkins served In the 1st 
Bengal Light Cavalry the campaign of 1842 
in Afghanistan, under General Pollock, 
and was present at the forcing of the 
Khyber Pass, relief of Jellalabad, and all 
ihe actions leading to the ieoccupation of 
Cabal including the Cavalry Charge in the 
Tezeen Valley (Medal). Gwalior campaign 
of 1843.44, Including the battle of Maha- 
rajpore (Bronze Star). Sutlej Campaign 
in 1846, Including the battle of Aliwal 
(Medal). Punjaub Cumpalgn of 1848-49, 
including the battles of Chillianwallah and 
Goojerat (Medal with two Claapa). 
8 Lt Colonel Richardson served in the 
9A A»» «i {rd Bengal Light Cavalry the Sutlej Campaign of 1845-46, 
am Aug. Olljncluding the battles of Aliwal and Sobraoo (Medal with 
4 Jan. 62 Claap). Commanded a Regiment and subsequently a 
20 Dec. 60 Brigade of Cavalry In the Turkish Contingent in the 
Vmh ftl Eeatern Campaign during 1855-66. under General Vivian, 
v r eo. oa and hM recelTed the 4th CUm of the Medjidle. Was at- 
tached to the 6th Dragoon Guards in 1857 and present 
at the battles of the Hindun and Budleekeaeral, and 
during the siege of Delhi (Medal with Chap). 

4 Major Cralgle served in the 3rd Bengal Light Cavalry 
In the Panjaub Campaign in 1849, and was present at 
the battle of Goojerat (Medal with Claap). As Captain 



7 Paymaster Currie was present during the Mutiny 
at Allahabad on 6th June 1857 and subsequently served 
In the Fort of Allahabad (Medal). 

10 Cornet Dalrymple served in the Abyssinian Campaign 
and was present at the Capture of Magdala (Medal). 



8 July 68 
1 (John Charles Christie | 9 July 68 

17 '.PagmaMer.-Uenrj OcUmu. Cor™,' 12 A»g. 82; ^fi'^S'SS A.S3SS? SfcS&SC 
| £iu.4Feb.53;2^.6June67;i7o».Ca;)f.l2Aug.67. vincesfrom May 1857 to Jan. 1858, during the Indian 
13 \A4fi*4na.—Lieul. A. H. Chapman, 25 Aug. 62. Mutiny (Medal) 

8 Ijfc&ag Matter.— George Couch, 17 27 May 62. 

7 \0tutrUr Mattcr.—YiiMitm Langdale,' 1 6 Mar. 68. 

11 LSso^esM.— Benjamin Burland, 18 MB. A.S. 1 Dec. 

58; Smey. 1 Dec. 66. 

12 As**. Smrgeons.— Byng T. Giraud, 18 MD. 8 Dec. 57. 
6 j Thomas Babington, 81 March 64. 

! 3 \Vttemary Sturgeon. — Charles Barrow, 1 1 Jan. 67. 
Bine. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

» Captafo Clarke served during the Mutiny at Meerut, and received a letter of thanks from Government for service 
whb the Meant Ught Hone la 1867-58 (Medal). 

• Cantata Stapleton served with the Bnjpootana field force In 1857-58, and waa present at the siege and capture of 
Xotah. Served ea 2nd In command of the Bengal Yeomanry Cavalry in pursuit of rebels on the Nepaul frontier (Medal 
with Claap far Central India). 

•J Captain CogbfU nerved ea Adjutant of the 2nd European Bengal Fusiliers throughout the Indian Campaign of 1857-68, 
aft the battle of Budleekeaeral, storming the heighte in front of Delhi, throughout the alege of Delhi 



aaraMBag the actions in front, storming of the breach Caahmere Bantioo, and final capture of the city. Served in General 
Shewera* force ha the taking of the forte of Bewarrie, Jujjhur, Banaude, Furrucknuggur, and Bullumbghur; also 
pfearnt at the capture of the heighte of Sonah (Medal with Claap). 

S Captata Doacaa served the Kastern campaign of 1864-66, including the affair of Bulganak, battles of Alma, Bala- 
tiara (home killed), Inkennan (horse killed), and Tchernayu, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, Sardinian and 
Ttrkk* Medala, and 6th Class of the Medjidle). Served in the campaign of 1858-69 In Central India and was present at 
tee arrtew of Zerapore (Medal). 

II raptaln Paartte served in the BohUcund district with the Column under Colonel Jones (Medal). 

Lieut. Chapman nerved In the Indian Mutiny Campaign in 1857-58, Including the aiege and capture of Dhar, Mun- 
re. Chandaree, J banal, and Calpee, and uctlone of Betwa and Koonch (Medal with Claap). 

13 Lieut. Wehater nerved with Lead's Mooltanee Hone during the Indian Mutiny Campaign in 1857-58, and waa 
pment at Kakraole, operations before end capture of BarelUy, Shahjehenpore, and capture of Mohundee (Medal). 

14 Lfteat. Btvctt Caraac served with Fane's Borne during the China Campaign of 1860, and waa present at the action 
of tinko, taking of the Take Forte, actions of the 18th and 21st September, and aubaequent operations before Pekin. 
Men extra Orderly OfJeer to Brigadier Pattk during the actions of the 18th Aug. and 18th Sept.— Mentioned In 
deasetchea (Medal with two Claapa). Served throughout the Abyssinian Campaign of 1868 with the Transport Train, 
and waa present at the fall of Magdala (Mentioned in diapstches. Medal). 

15 Larat, Biddulph nerved In the Indian Mutiny Campaign In 1868-69, and waa present at the action of Doundeakera, 
tafcag of the forte of Chanda and Manjeedea, and action on the banks of the Baptee (Medal). 

If Lieut. Nethereote nerved In the Crimean campaign from 22nd Aug. 1855, including the alege and fall of Sebastopol 
.Medal with Claap, and Turklah Medal). 
17 Hidise Maater Couch served In the Crimea from April 1855, and has the Crimean Medal with Claap for Sebastopol, 

1* Surgeon Borland and Doctor Giraud\— For Profeaaional and War Services see " Medical Department." 
1» Qr. Maater Lungdale served In the 3rd Ught Drngoona In the Affghanlatan Campaign ef 1842 under General Pollock, 
and was prenent at the forcing of the Khyber Paas, storming the heights of Jugdulluck, and action In the Teseen Valley 

Sutkri Campaign in 1846-46 including the afiair of Buddlwal, nctlon of Aliwal (wounded), and battle of 

Vaaml and Clean). Wna present with the Artillery gone at Meerut on the evening; of the Mutiny on 10th 



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*} 7 ^nl 6 ? ; £' /A ^ 28 NoT ' 64 ' ^* r 7 A P ril 60 i «. 38 Nov. 60 fL.Co/. 1 Jan! <J2. 
Edward Charles Warner/ t>.25 Jan. 41; Lt. 3 June 44 5 Caput May 54; Mqj. 30 July 62 ; LLC 
9 Mar. o7> 

^^r*' 67° W1C8M<ClilltOCk COUOn, ' ^"^^ 8 Mar * 42; U " 17 ° Ct 46; Ca * L 28 Nov ' ^ Afo > br 
Robert Alexander,* Cornet, 20 Dec. 48 ; Lt. 10 Aug. 50; Capt. 23 Nov. 56 ; Major, 7 Dec. 67. 

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s. Aylmer Wm. John Montgomeiie 8 

Josiah Marshall Heath 9 

Henry William Studdy , 

John Cutts Lockwood ,0 

Henry Alexander Walfi>rd u 

Frederic Trench 18 , 

Arthnr Westby Brodhnrst ,8 , 

Robert Gordon Loch 

LlET/TBHASTB. 

John Dent Bird 

Montagu Stuart Saunders 16 

Cecil Mangles 

George Manner Onslow 

David Carruthers Budd 

Henry Jopp Beattie < 

Charles Bailey 

Mansel Armstrong 

Laud Kavanagh 

Cornets. 

Charles Swaine Hogge 

Benjamin Watson Slake , 

William Chetwode Lloyd 

Charles Willoughby Hemans 

John Thomas Browne 

Horace Hilton Perkin 

Henry Augustus Wetherall 

Francis John Graves 

William John Irwin 



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2 Colonel Stannus served In the ca 

palgnor 184? In Afghanistan, includi 

the forcing of the Khyber Pass, a 

battle of UsroooKhail (Medal). Ca 

manded the pergonal escort of sir Hu 

Cough at the battle of Maharajpore a 

throughout the Gwalior campaicrn 

1843-44 (Mentioned in dispatches, 5 rot 

Star). Served throughout the Sut 

campaign of 1843-46, with the Govert 

General's Body Guard at the battles 

Moodkee and Feroxesbab, and was a 

present at Aliwal and Sobraon (Met 

and three Claspi). Expedition to K< 

Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, prese 

action of Ramnuggur, and again commanded t 

Cavalry escort of Lord Gough at the battles of Chillia 

wallah and Goojerat, at which last he was very severe 

wounded (Mentioned In dispatches, Medal with t\ 

Clasps, Wound Pension for life, and Brevet Major). W 

present at Meerut when the outbreak of the Seapoy m 

tiny took place at that station in May 1857. ^^ 

8 Lt.Colonel E. C. Warner served the Gwalior cam pa], 
or 1843.44, including the battle of Pnnnlar (Bronce Sta! 
Also throughout the siege operations before Mooltan aj 
surrender of the fortress In 1848-49 (Medal}. 



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Paymaster.— Charles Loder, 12 Aug. 62 ; Riding Matter, 5 Mar. 49 ; Lt. 7 Apr. 56 ; Capt. 16 Dec. 6 
Adjutant.— Lieut. 
8 Hiding M otter.— James Edward Willis, 27 May 62. 

11 Quarter Matter.— George Masters, 2 Oct. 62 ; JSnttgn, 9 Oct. 58. 

18 Surgeon.— John Phillips Cunningham, MD. A.S. 13 Apr. 52 ; Surg. 11 Mar. 59. 
14 Jttitt. Surgeons.— Nicholas Ffolliott, 18 Oct 55. 

12 Charles Mackinnon, 14 28 Sept. 57. ' '' v • 
2 Veterinary Surgeon.— Frank Daws Bray, 6 Nov. 6lT. 

Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Thacker & Co. 
1 LLGeneral Cannlchael served at the siege and capture of Calllnger fn 1812. against Rewah In 1818 $ and Alwar- 
1814. Siege and capture of Hattrass and Moorsaun fn IS 16- 17. Mahratta and Pindarree war of 1817-19 Including ca 
tnre of Joud, and Ram poora- Ram poors. Against the fort of Humeerghur and the Bheels, as Brigade Major in 1823-S 
Commanded a Light Detachment and took possession of the Raj of Jawra Mairpore in 1837-88. The end of 1838 march 
in command of the 4th Irregular Horse to join the army of the Indus as Volunteers, and served throughout the campaj 
in Afghanistan under Lord Keane, including the forcing or the Bolan and Khojuck Passes, taking of Candahar 
Khelst-i-Ghilzle, siege and capture of Ghuznee, occupation of Cabool and JeUahabad, and passage of t 



(CB., Medal, and 3rd Class Doorinee Empire). 



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5 Major Cotton served the Gwalior campaign of 1843-44, Including the battle of Maharajpore (Bronte Star). 

6 Major Alexander* was attached to the 7th Hussars at the siege and capture of Lucknow in March 1858 and subi 
quent operations in Oude (Medal with Clasp).. 

8 Captain Montgomerie served throughout the suppression of the Indian Mutiny with the Guide Cavalry at the battle 
NuJJutghur, and siege and capture of Delhi, and with the first Sikh Cavalry at the Alnmbagh under Outran from 1C 
January to 2nd March 1858, siege and capture of Lucknow (slightly wounded), subsequent operations In Oude, and affi 
of Simrt (Medal with two Clasps). 

9 Captain Heath served in the Central India campaign in 1858, including the captojoof Abwa, Kotab, Gwalior. a 
Powroo (Medal with Clasp). 

10 OapUin Lockwood served ss Aide de Camp to 9h* Sydney Cotton during the Indian mutiny in 185*7, was present duri 
the operations on the Eusaftale frontier 1n April and May 1858) (mentioned in despatch), and against the Hindustan 
fanatics at Sattanah. , , . . , , 

11 Captain Walford served with the Nagpore Irregular Cavalry in 1858, for which service he. received the thank* of t 
Government of India. Served during the suppression of the Indian Mutiny in 1858-59 (Medal), 

12 Captain Trench served at the siege and capture of Delhi, and with/fIodsoa!s bene in the engagements of Guogen 
Puttialee, and Mynpoorie, and at the siege and capture of Lucknow (Medal with two Clasps). 

13 Captain Brodhorst was attached to the '2nd Dragoon Guards at the siege and capture of Lucknow and aubseqiu 



operations In Oude (Medal with Clasp}. 
14 AssistSuxKeon Mackinnon.— For wax Services see "Medical Department." 
16 Lieut. Saunders served in die Abyssinian Campaign as Aide d* Camp to 

at the action of Arogee and capture of Magdola (mentioned in dispatches, Medal). 



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23 Nov. 41 ; Maior, p 26 Sept. 45 ; LtCol p 30 Jan. 46 ; Col. 20 June 54: Major Gen. 17 July 60; 
Lt.General, 21 March 69 ; Colonel, 21st Hussars, 24 Oct. 65. 
50 Lt.Coionei.— Roderick Bannatyne Macieod, a Contrt, 4 Jan. 40; £*. 27 Sept 48; Capt. 6 Sept. 51 ; 

I Bt.Major, 16 July 62 ; Major 80 July 62 ; U.Col. 4 March 68. 
IS Majors— Edmund Armitage Hardy, 4 Cornet, 2 Feb. 41 ; Lt. 22 Sept. 42 ; Coi^. 25 Nov. 52; Bt.Mau 

i 20 July 58 ; Major 11 April 65 ; Bt.Lt.Col. 25 March 69. 
=7 Henry Brakioe Forbes,* CVnW, 25 May 48 ; I,*. 12 Jan. 49 ; Capt. 28 Nov. 56 ; Major 4 Ma*. 68. 



i Captains 

Arthur Vincent Dumbleton* 

Charles Powlett Lane 7 

Willougbby Charles Stanley Clarke 8 

. Edward Baldwin Wake 

.George Farquhar Smith 9 

George Ward Chicheley Plowden 10 .. 
Jno. Mathe wBiddle,' l A sHst.SurgMuneBS 
Charles Elliot Farqunarson r 

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Howard Coghlan 11 

Eoyce Albert Combe, Adj 

;Bverard Strangways Neave . . 

Robert Carr Andrew 

9 (Joseph William Minchin Cotton 
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Sydney Drummond Tumbull . . 

Arthur Purvis Loyd 

James Edward Kitson 

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Frederick William Benson 



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Thomas Henry Michael Kelly 
i Frederick Hutchinson Haynee 
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nian Campaign with the Transport Corps 
(Medal). 

15 Quarter Master Murray served In 
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including the siege of Delhi, siege and 

(capture of Lucknow, and Rohilcund cam. 
Oofpaign (Medal with two Clasps). 



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1 UeatGeacsal Parlby commanded the detachment 4th Light Dragoons during the Rebecca riots in Wales In 1818 
aoi received Hie approval of the Civil and Military authorities.- Jle brought the 10th Hussars from India through Egypt 
w the Crimea in 1856, and commanded the Cavalry Division from 17th April to 30th June; and the Hussar Brigade from 
1st Jnry till Sept. 1856, and was present at the reconnaissance under Omar Pasha on 1 9th April, as'also at the battle of the 
Tchemaya f Medal with Clasp for Sebaatonol, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 4th Class Of (he Medjidie). 

2 LLCotaoei alacleod served the GwaMor campaign including the action of Mahany pore, 29 Dec. 43 (Brdnie Star). 
?«-;*} campaign of 1846.46, including the battle* of Moodkee, Ferosesbah, and Sobraon (Medal and two Clssps). 

4 LUTokmtl Hardy served at theaiege of MoolUn in 1848-49 (Medal with Clasp); Also Served In the Indlnn Mutiny cam- 
ps^ to 1867-68, including the actions of Nnsserabad (wounded) and Awsh (charter killed), and ilege of JCotah as 
Aastacant Adjutant General of Division under Major General Roberts (mentioned In despatches, Brevet of Major, and 
) t> to vita GLaapj* 

4 Major Perben served si the siege of Mooltan in 1848*49 (Medal with Clasp). 

** Captain Dumbletonserved in the Indian Mutiny campaign in 1867 (Medal). 

7 iT.Cokancl Lane served 1q the Pnnjaub campaign of 1848-49, including the passage of the JCnenab, action of Ramnuggur, 
■ad aatxlea of CMlhnawalUh and Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). Indian Mutiny campaign in 1858, including the 
siege and capture of Lacknow. and capture of Pellalpore (mentioned In despatches, Brevet df Major, Medal with Clasp). 



George, 21 May 58; Q.M. 12 Jan. 55; Bn*. 8 June 50; Bon. Capt. 2\ May 68, 
Aajvtant — Lieut. B. A. Combe, 24 Aug. 68. 
Riding Matter. — Butler Goodburn, 4 Aug. 63. 
Quarter Matter.— Henry Murray,'* 2 Oct 62 ; Entign, 29 Nov. 68. 
Svrgetm.— Gavin Ainslie Tumbull, 1 * 28 Dec. 55 ; A.S. 16 Aug. 50. 
Assistant Surgeons.— John Munday, 16 4 Feb. 56. 
| John Corbett, MB. 1 Oct. 67. 

Veterinary Surgeon. — John George Bushman, 7 Jan. 58. 
' Blue.-— Agents, Messrs. Kidgway & Sons. 



Captain Clarke served In the Indian Mutiny campaign in 1867, including the actions at Gungeree and Putiala (Medal). 

9 Captain Smita served In the Indian Motiay campaign in 1867-69, and was present at the attack of the rebels on our 
saeaafc Jultaadna*, aftd subsequeotry served with Showers' Column In Rajpootana aad Central India in pursuit of Tantia 
Topee, Feraseahah, and other* rebels. Including the operations In the Seronge Jungles and the affair at Patjun (Medal). 

14 Captata Plowden served in the InaMan MnUny campaign in 1867-68 with the Funjaub Irregular. Cavalry, including 
tie eiege and eaptvre of Delhi, battle of Agra (wounded in the face), relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, battle ol 
("avnpore 8th Dee. 1857, siege and capture of Lacknow, and many, minor affairs j Oude campaign of 1868 (mentioned in 
cespatcbea. Medal with three Claspa). 

ICaptsia Biddle serred with the 60th Kites in the Indian Campaign in 1867, and was present at the actions on the 
H Alan, battle of Bodice ke Serai and forcing the heights before Delhi, throughout the siege operations including the action 
'■'. -.he 19th June, attack on the 9nbjee Mundee, find attack and aesault of DcDii. Served with the 6th Hussars in 1858-59 
&U wa* present at the battle of Sindwabo, end actions of Koorwye and T*«barghur (Medal end two Clasps). 

12 Captate Favqofcarson served In the Indian Mutiny campaign in 1868, Including the capture of Bareilly (Medal). 

13 Heat. Prlnoep served in the Indian Mutiny campaign In 1858, Including the actions at Amorab, Doumouragunge, 
sei PWlga (Medal). 



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4 Nath.Octavius Simpson Turner, 119 CB. Maj.6 June ( 

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11 Hon. Leonard A. Addtngton, Major 31 Dec. 68 • • . • 

7. Andrew Orp, Major 23 Feb. 69 

a Charles Rowland Hill, Major 8 March 69 

Patrick John Campbell, 1 " Major 18 March 69 

Arthur William Twiss, 1 * 8 Major 21 March 69 

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John Edw. Hope,"* Major 2 Nor. 55; I.e. 24 Aug. 66 
Algernon Brendon, 128 W<tf.6June56; U. 1 Jan. 68 
James de Havilland, 1 * 7 Maj. 6 June 56; I.e. 1 Jan. 68 
A 8. George Allix Wilkinson 

15 Wm.W. Aug. Lukin, 188 Jl/<tf.2 Nor. 55 -, I.e. 28 Oct. 66 
18 V© Gronow Davis, 120 Maj. 28 Any. 57 ; Uc. 29 Aug. 68 
15 Edgar Grantham Bredin, ,a, jf. o June56 j I.e. l Jan. 68 
3 *. William J no. Bolton, 138 ;*/. 2 Nor. 55 ; I.e. 10 Nor. 66 
d Frederick Close, p.ac, Ant. 6upt. M. Carriage Dept. 
James Sinclair," 3 Major 2 Nor. 55; I.e. 6 Jan. 67. 
Henry Lynch Talbot, 18 *jftr#. 20 July 58; I.e. 25 Mar. 69 

Willottghby James Wilson* 34 

Wm. Hen. Rand.Simpson, 1S6 jlf. 6 June 56 j U. 1 Jan.68 
Lewis Wm. Penn, 18 *CB.afa/.8Nov.55; J.e.20Jan.67 

Henry Renny - « 

Thomas Edmund Byrne m 

Charles Johnston 130 

John M'Candie Campbell," 1 Mai. 26 Apr. 50 

William French 143 

V<& Fred. Miller, 143 Maj. 9 Nor. 55 ; Uc. 2 Feb. 67 . . 

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Chas. Henry Owen, 144 Maj. 2 Nor. 65 ; le. 4 Feb. 67 ) 

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G.C. Geo.Alderson Milman, 14 * Jf. 6 June 66 } l.c. 1 Jan. 68 do 

B Lambert Henry Denne 140 do 

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3 Charles Edwd. Burt, 148 !^. 6 June 56 j le. I. Jan. 68 19 Dec. 48 
Walter John Grimston, Major 10 Dec. 68 ••...-• . 2 May 47 
H azlitt I rvine, 148 Maj.6 June 56; l.cl Jan.68 ••••19 Dec. 48 

Claud George William Lascelles \g j) ec< 4 g 

Charles Carpenter »....• so June 49 

Wm.Ollly Andrewee, 160 Afo/.2 Nor. 55) l.e. 6 July 67 20 June 49 
Alexander Henry Murray, 26 ' Major 15 Aug. 68 • ... 20 June 49 
Roderick Mackenzie, 169 *. M. 2 Nov. 65; I.e. 6 July 67 do 

Robert Horseley Rickets Rowley 1 ** do 

Falkland Carey 20 June 49 

Henry fleberden 184 20 June 49 

Henry Lowther Balfour 20 June 49 

George Kepple Taylor 20 June 49 

Richard Oldfield 19 Dec. 49 

Herbert Mark Gar. Purvis 19 Dec. 49 

9 *. Wm.H.Goodenough, 1 ** S.M. 20 July 58; IcSh Mar.69 19 Dec. 49 

B Albert Henry Wilmot Williams 1 * 8 19 Dec. 49 

13 s. William Smyth Maynard Wolfe, 147 Brigade } \ 

Major, Shoeburyneu ) **° 

13 Charles Fred. Cockburn 154 do 

12*. Walter Chidiock Nangle 184 * do 

3 Henry Strover, 188 Major, 28 Jan. 62 19 Dec. 49 

d Campbell Hardy do 

9 Lewis Frederick Hall do 

11 John Henry Peile do 

1 John Kelly do 

2 John Stirling Stirling , 19 June 60 

b Fredk.Thos. Whinyates 1 * 8 19 June 60 

7 William Noel Waller 1 * do 

16 E.T.WilloughbyPurcell 47 do 

6 AluredC. Johnson/ 41 A taj. 26 Apr. 59 do 

d Cecil Brooke LeMeeurier, Captain Instructor S. > . 

Carriage Department, Woolwich , j <*° 

9 Henry Plantagenet Prescott Phelips 148 do 

1 John Andrew Price 104 19 June 60 

d H.B.Augustii8 Henry King 16 * do 

3 Robert James Cairnes do 

16 Richard Roynon Jones 148 Digitjggj by 



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14 Oct. 
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54 

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28 June 49 29 June 
30 June 48 29 Sept. 

4 Sept. 49 6 July 
6 Sept. 49" 

23 May 60 
27 May 60 
20 June 60 

9Julv 60 
16 July 50 

10 Aug. 60 
2 Oct. 60 
1 Nov. 60 

5 Dec. 60 
22 Dec. 60 
22 Feb. 61 

1 April 61 

1 April 51 

4 April 51 

6 June 61 

24 July 61 
26 July 61 

11 Aug. 51 

25 Sept. 61 
11 Nov. 61 
11 Nov. 51 
30 Nov. 51 
30 Dec. 51 

2 Jan, 
14 Jan, 



6 Jan. 

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13 Jan. 
26 J an. 

7 Feb. 
25 Feb. 

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8 Mar. 
1 Apr. 
1 Apr. 

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do 

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1 Apr. 
1 Apr. 
1 April 55 
1 Apr. 65 
1 Apr. 
13 Apr. 

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15 May 

55 

23 June 55 
55 
55 
54 
55 

12 Aug. 56 
7 Sept. 55 

16 Sept 55 
16 Sept. 55 

24 Sept. 55 
24 Sept. 55 
10 Oct. 65 
18 Oct. 55 

2 Nov. 55 
2 Nov. 55 
2 Nov. 55 
1 Jan. 

23 Feb. 

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52 19 July 56 

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John Wheler Collinjrton 19 

John Henry Brown 167 

Walter Aston Fox Strangways 168 

Thomas Arth. John Harrison '• 

John Donald George Higgon 19 

James Meredith Collingwood Vibart 

William Booth" 19 

William Lambert Yonge 

Charles Booth Brackenbury "° 19 

Edwin Markham ,71 19 

Henry Richard Porter 178 119 

Edmund Penrose Bingham Turner 1 

Ralph Gore 170 j 19 

FC Christopher Charles Teesdale, 178 CB. Maj. \ N a 

15 Jan. 58; Lc. 14 Dec. 68 ) \ l ° 

Charles Kdward Torriano' 74 | 

John Tatton Butler Brown 170 |18 

Charles James Tyler" 4 18 



LIEUT. 1ST LIEUT. CAPTAIN 



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George Joseph Smart 110 
Robert Henry Newbolt 177 .... 

Thomas Mutton 

William Carey 

Thomas Bland Strange 179 

Francis Lyon 180 

Markham Le Fer Taylor, 181 «, 

Edward Keate, m Asst. Supt.Rl Laboratory, Bull Point 

Jones Julian Smith l8s 

Eardley Maitland 189 

Maurice Edward Covey Stocker 

John Lard n er Clarke 1M , 

Henry Thorohill" 8 

Arthur Thornton Gratwicke Pearse 181 Brigade 
Major, Woolwich 

1 Thomas Priaulx Carey 

1 1 Geoffrey Joseph Shakerley 188 

5 Henry James Alderson m t 

d Alexander Hodden Hutchinson, Assistant /«- ) ■ 

struetor in Surveying, frc. R. M. Academy J \ 

Fred. George Ravenhill 167 j 

Thomas Henry Pitt™ Instructor in Military Draw- 1 I 

ing and Surveying, R. M. College J j 

Frederic Lee Hopkinson Lyon l8B , 

John Edward Ruck-Keene 180 J 

John Theophilus Daubuz m 23 

Ernest Courtcnay Vaughan 19t J23 

2 #. Francis Towry Adeane Law, IM *. '22 

2 Major Francis Downes 184 ''22 

Falkland George Edge worth Warren' 80 

Henry Clement Swinnerton Dyer, 187 m. 15 April 64 

Thomas Lloyd Still 188 

Joseph Hanwell ,9a 

Joshua Frederick Betty 88 

John Kelly Holdsworth . . . . » 

Henry Richmond Martin I98 

William Alexander Patrick Wyllie m 

Charles Gray Johnson 188 , 

d Henry CardetO, 199 Professor of Fortification, R. M. College 

21 Horace Percival "» 

d Henry Thomas Arbuthnot, 901 Major. 9 Apr. 61 ; J 
Asst, Supt., Rl. Small Arms Factories, Birmingham > 

3 Robert Biddul ph,* 08 Maj. I 5 Feb. 61 ; I.e. 15 Jan. 64 ;> 

Deputy Assist. Quarter Master General, Woolwich - • j 

1 1 William Stirling, 808 Major, 9 Apr. 61 

13 Peter Edward Hill 804 

8 Champagne L* Estrange 184 

Second Captains. 
b Arthur Kennedy Hideout 80 * 

12 William Henry Watson 888 

16 Edward Chichester Bolton 

8 Oliver Henry Atkins Nicolls, 880 * 

3 James Barton 

6 Charles James Hope Johnstone 

8 Benjamin Geale Hnmfrey •• 

Charles Watson Wilson , 

d Francis Walter de Winton 889 .. ., ., 



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1 July 54 

17 July 64 



14 July 57 
21 July 57 

20 Aug. 57 

21 Aug. 67 
29 Auir. 57 
10 Oct. 67 
12 Nov. 67 
17 Nov. 57 
17 Not. 67 
17 Nov. 57 
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22 Feb. 58 
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5 May 58 

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16 Sept. 58 
26 Oct. 58 
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25 Sept. 59 
14 Nov. 59 
14 Nov. 59 
14 Nov. 59 
12 Mar. 60 

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- Skcond Captains. 

Augustus Henry Carr Hamilton " 

Brymer FrancU Schreiber ,98 

Michael Tweedie 117 

Robert Loft us Tottenham** 

Richard O'Hara 

Hugh Chetham Lyle 198 

Leonard Griffiths™ Professor of Ibrtif cation, 
R. M. College 

Wm. Raymond Lluellyn **f 

Henry John Foquett Ellis Hicke*, 8 * .V. la Feb. 61 

Fred. George Baylay, Adj. «i July 60 

Noel Hainlyn Harris !fl7 

Henry Whitby Britcoe™ Auittant Instructor in\ 
Artillery, R. M. Academy I 

Wm . George Martin 194 

Philip Henry Sandilands, Adjutant 3 Aug. 65 ... . 

William James Hall m 

Morton Parker Eden, Assistant Superintendent I 
Royal Small Arms Factories, EnJUld J 

Charles Dal ry m ploGilmour, ,w Adj. 1 April fi5 .. 

Edward John Ward 21 ' 

Alcxauder Dickson Burnaby 31 * 

Wilmot Burrows Edward Ellis ,,9 r 

Henry Auriol Douglas de Vismes 198 

Vivian Bering Mqjendie,™ Asst. SupLRl. Laboratory 

James Edward Blackwell , 

Sir John William Campbell, Bt*" 

d h.b. ^melius de Vic Tupper, 198 Adjutant io Oct. ca 
b Francis Arthur Whinyates, 8 " Adj. i Apr. 64 

Frederick Coulthurst Elton 9 ' 6 , 

Charles Richard Franklen 8 ' 8 

Clennell Collingwood 

Frederick Augustus An ley ," A({j. u Nor. 66 ... . 

William Rooke 199 , 

Sidney Augustus Bazalgette, 819 ^'* 20 Jan. 64 ... . 

John Robert King 

Charles Orde Browne t *>°p.a.C., Captain Instructor 1 
Royal Laboratory, Woolunch . . . } 

Thomas Cuming 

Charles E. Southouse Scott 191 

10 Henry Do wdeswell Pitt 

12 Hale Young Wortham, 881 Adjutant, i8Apr. 68 .. 

2 Henry Barlow M&ule,*** Adjutant, 4 Aug. 66 .... 

1 4 Hen. Le G uay Geary, 818 A dj. \ 2 May 62 ; M . 16 Aug. 68 
9 Walter Brook Rice 888 

10 George Uchter Knox 

3 William Norton Persse 

d Osborne Hall Goodenough, Instructor in Artillery, 

R. M. Academy v 

6 Jas. Hamilton Pringle Ander8on, 889 /nrt.o/0tmn«y 

3 Henry Charaberlayne Farrell, 19 * Adj. 19 Sept. 69. 

5 William Henry Newcome 

1 1 Edward M'Laughlin 

15 Charles Fyshe Roberts "^ Major 26 Jan. 63 

14 Arthur Stewart Hunter 884 

d George Adam Crawford, Assistant Instructor in \ 

Surveying, /•<:. R. M. Academy • J 

4 Townsend Aremberg de Moleyn6 194 

15 John Booth Richardson 87 

d William Henry Wardell, 97 p.a.c, Assistant In- ] 

structor in Artillery, R. M. Academy j 

A Frederick John George Hill 199 , 

6 William Henry Izod ■ 

5 Robert Cha. Walter Campbell, 886 Adj. 16 Oct. 64 

1 4 Turner Van Straubeuzee 

10 Henry Webster Shakerley 

26 John Robert Dyce a 

13 Edmund Staveley 887 • 

25 Wallace Gilmour 819 

12 Henry Edmeades 889 

d John Macvicar Burn, 390 Adjutant, 1 Oct. 65 

A Stuart James Nicholson , 

12 William Smith 991 

15 Walter Newman 

14 Edmund John Tremlett, instructor of Gunnery 



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13 Sept. 64 
21 Sept. 54 

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6 Mar. 
8 Mar. 

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1 April 66 

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1 April 56 

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1 April 55 

13 Feb. 55 

1 April 55 

1 April 56 

do 

1 April 66 

20 Apr. 55 
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1 Apr. 60 
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17 Apr. 60 

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4 May 60 

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21 July 60 

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20 Jan. 61 
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1 April Gl 
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1 Oct. 61 

12 Nov. 61 

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11 Dec. 61 

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1 April 62 

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Royal Artillery. 



69 



Sbcokd Captains. 
14 George Edwin Maule ,... 

6 William Dobree Carey * « . . . . 

2 Alexander Grant Miller 

10 Ramsay Weston Phipps, Adjutant H Oct. 68 

4 Robert" Sand ham, Adjutant 12 Jan. 66 

14 George Erskine Callander • 

d Algernon Augustus Stewart, Adjutant, 18 Jan. 09 

B Hon. Robert Villiers Dillon* 8 , 

A Edmund Sidney Burnett 01 

B FiuRoy Somerset Talbot 83 * 

7 Francis Duncan , Aaj. 10 Aug. 64 

2 s. John Ryder Oliver 434 

10 James Corry Jones Lowry Ui 

7 James Peattie Morgan,' 3 * p.a.e 

5 George Grote Hannen 337 

8 Arthur Ford,*** p*x 

d Francis Montagu Smith, p.a.c, Asshtant Superintendent) 

Royal Gunpowder Factory • ) 

Francis Arthur Mant, Adjutant, 24 Aug. 66 

15 Frederick Howlett 

d Charles Mills MoUmy, Assistant Superintendent Royal Gun Factoriet 

1 1 George Arbuthnot, 339 Major 16 Aug. 68 

9 Richard Sadleir, Instructor of Gunnery 

9 William Ritxton Barlow 

d Robert Callwell Smith* 

3 Chas. Stewart Vardon Wilson „ 

3 Charles David Chalmers ** 

a. K.Samuel Parr Lynea • 

4 Charles Hart Pickering M ■ 

5 Bowes Lennox Forster,* 41 s. Major 12 July 05 

15 Edward Augustus Slessor 

D Louis Charles Augustus Adrian de Cetto 943 

12 Henry Anderson 

11 Charles Trench 

2 Henry Colebrooke Lewes 

a Hon. Ralph Hare 

12 Arthur Sutherland Macartney 

8 Robert Emmet Cane 343 . . . . , 

d George Budd, Adjutant, 22 Aug. 68 

16 John Haughton 

<L $. Francis Sadleir Stoney t UA pA.C, Captain Instructor Royal > 

Gun Factories, Woolwich • .•••) 

4 Thomas Clarke 

4 William Godeffroy Brancker 1 * 

1 Donald Roderick Cameron, Adjutant, is Feb. 68 

d WOtiam Henry Noble 

6 Richard Newton Young, Adj. 16 Not. 66 

16 George O'Connor 

10 William Kemmis 

8 Edward Taylor Warry •. 

9 Henry Bond 

7 William Morritt Barneby Walton 

d Henry Brachenbury, * 4 * Professor of Military History, Royal 

Military Academy • 

10 Charles Alfred Gorham 

1 William Henry Graham 

11 Alexander William Duncan .. ..♦ 

1 George Fred. Stanley Chambers 

8 William Southwell Curzon 

2 Samuel Dunlop 

1 Edward Lyons 

d Geo. Bertie Benjamin Hobart, 169 

1 Harry Adair Tracey 130 

•22 William Strahan 

11 Alexander Macdonell Bonar 

3 Henry John Francis Shea 

16 Horace Hervey Webber 

13 Wentworth Henry KIng-Harman 

1 Thomas Strong Scccombe • 

4 Joseph Chas. Smyth-Windham 

7 William Bruce Raikes Hall 

2 William Thomas Budgen 

7 Edward Broadrick .... 

11 Edward Hovell Thurlow 

a Hon. Alexander Stewart, 34- Adjutant 94 July 67 .... v . 



ST LIEUT.' CAPTAIN. 

~ — ~ 55 "l ~Feb.~~64 
65' 1 Mar. 64 
55*21 Mar. G4 



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31 July 

31 July 

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1 Aug. 55 

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1 Aug. 55 

24 .Sept. 55 

24 Sept. 55 

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24 Sept. 55 

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24 Sept. 55 
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24 Sept. 55 
1 Oct. 55 
1 Oct. 
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1 Oct. 
1 Oct. 
19 Dec. 
19 Dec. 
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19 Dec. 
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Mar. 56 
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14 Apr. 64 
20 May 64 
23 June 64 

27 June 64 

28 July 64 
5 Aug. 64 

10 Aug. 64 
30 Aug. 64 
27 Sept. 64 

15 Oct. 64 

16 Oct. 
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7 Dec. 

10 Dec. 

10 Dec. 

11 Dec. 
15 Dec, 

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18 Dec, 
9 Feb. 

10 May 65 
10 May 65 

22 June 

3 Aug. 
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20 Sept. 

1 Nov. 
1 Nov. 

23 Dec. 
26 Dec. 

5 Jan. 

19 Jan. 



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6 Mar. 56 
6 Msr. 56 

6 Mar. 56 

7 April 56 
7 April 56 
7 April 56 
7 April 56 

7 April 56 

7 April 66 

7 April 56 

7 April 56 

7 April 56 

7 April 56 

7 April 56 

7 April 56 

7 April 56 

7 April 5(1 

7 April 66 

7 April 56 

7 April 66 

21 June 56 

21 June 5( 

21 June 56 

21 June 56 

21 June 56 

21 June 56 

21 June 56 

21 June 56 

21 June 56 



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27 Feb. 66 
10 Mar. 66 



66 
66 
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10 Mar. 
30 Mar. 

1 Apr. 

1 Apr. 

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12 May 

1 Aug. 66 
1 Aug. 66 

8 Aug. 66 

8 Aug. 66 
24 Aug. 66 

29 Aug. 66 
7 Sept. 66 
7 Sept. 66 

10 Oct. 66 

19 Oct. 66 

14 Nov. 66 

6 Dec. 06 
10 Dec. 66 
26 Dec. 

1 Jan. 
26 Mar, 

30 Mar, 
3 April 67 
6 July 67 
6 July 
6 July 
6 July 
6 July 
6 July 



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14 





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70 Royal Artillery. 

~ Second Captains. ~~ ~~ ~*~~"" 

7 William Walpole Murdoch 

d Edward Delaval Tarleton 180 

3 Henry Pountney Darwall, Instructor of Gunnery 

13 Edward Roden Cottingham* 47 

d s. Joshua Thomas Barrington, Anistttnt in Topographical 1 
Department • ) 

4 John Claudius Auchinleck*" 

d George Sheppard Harvey '" '. . . 

8 Samuel Cotter Kyle ,w f 

7 William Stopford* Maunsell 

6 Herbert Leonard Mitchell* 50 

d Edward Vicars Boyle 

13 Henry Martin Borton, Adjutant 30 Sept. 68 • 

13 Edwin William Sandys 

5 George Lloyd Engstrom 

2 Michael John Soxton 

6 Hugh Latimer Ellaby*" 

10 John Henry Blackley 

6 Robert Carstaira Drysdale, Adjutant, School of Gunnery., .. 

11 Heury John Palliser 

1 4 Benjamin John Bonnor • . 

6 Charles Thornhill 

1 2 Sidney Parry 

9 Arthur Harness . ... 

d Eugene Hay Cameron 67 

d Henry de Stuteville Isaacson 

d Henry C«le Magenis .... 

1 «. Edward Ommanney Hollist 

4 Frederick Swaine LeGrice 



1st t.ieut. 
21 June 56 
10 Aug. 66 
10 Aug. 56 
10 Aug. 5G 

10 Aug. 56 



10 Aug. 
10 Aug. 
10 Aug. 
10 Aug. 
10 Aug. 
18 Oct. 
18 Oct. 
20 Dec. 
20 Dec. 
20 Dec. 

8 April 
15 May 
15 May 
15 May 
15 May 
15 May 
15 May 
23 June 
23 June 
23 June 
23 June 

1 Oct. 

1 Oct. 



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56 

56 

66 

66 

66 

66 

66 

56 

67 

67 

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67 

67 

67 

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57 

67 

57 

67 

57 



6 July 67 
1 1 July 67 
•24 July 67 

21 Aug. 67 

27 Aug. 67 

10 Oct. 67 
Oct. 67 

16 Dec. 67 

1 Jan. 68 
23 Jan. 68 

2 Feb. 68 

29 Feb. 68 
23 Apr. 68 

1 Mav 68 

17 May 68 
8 Aug. 68 

22 Aug. 68 
22 Aug. 68 
22 Aug. 68 
16 Sept. 68 

30 Sept. 68 
30 Sept. 68 
25 Oct. 68 

7 No*. 68 
10 Nov. 68 
10 Nov. 68 
19 Nor. 68 
13 Jan. 69 



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LlBUTEKAHTS. 

B Thomas Bramston Hamilton • • • . 

7 Thomas Charles Price 

c Wm. Fras. Moore Hutchinson. . . . 

3 Albert Thornton Wodehouse 

21 s. John Philip Nolan," 9 pM.c 

6 Osmond Francis Le Mottee 

12 Henry Wedderburn Isacke 

p Patrick Fitzgerald Gallwey, in- ) 

strudor qf Gunnery ( 

7 Charles Henry Fairfax Ellis 

7 John Fletcher Owen 

8 John Egerton Gubbins . . 
6 Alexander Ramsay Cruikshank 

Instructor qf Gunnery 

8 John Heathtield Stratton 

17 Walter Geo.8tirling,£irfra6?r00m } 

tn Waiting to Her Majesty . . $ 

13 James Robert Davies Cooke 

d Edward Smith Gordon 

12 Francis Thomas Lloyd, Inst, qf Gun. 

d George James Gillies 

d George Cumine Strahan, colonial ) 

Secretary, Bahama Island*, 28 Nov. 68 i 

c HenryStJohnVaughanLeMar- J 

chant Thomas Le March ant .. } 

18 Granville Deedes 

a Henry Francis Phillpotts, 199 In-\ 

strvctor of Gunnery f 

21 Henry Mile* Burgess, 887 Inst, of Gun. 
17 Thomas Clial loner M arte 111 

x John Chas. D 'Urban Murray .... 

O Arthur John Rait* 9 

17 s. Henry Manvers Moorsom 9 * 9 . . . . 

o.c. George John Burgmann 

1 7 Herbert Lionel Gwyn 9 **! 

a Charles Edward Elwyn 

f Henry Maxwell Robertson .... 

A William Arthur Roberts 



LIEUT. 


1 Oct. 


57 


1 Oct. 


57 


1 Oct. 


67 


1 Oct. 


57 


1 Oct 


57 


1 Oct. 


57 


1 Oct. 


67 


1 Oct. 


57 


1 Oct. 


67 


1 Oct. 


57 


1 Oct. 


67 


1 Oct. 


67 


1 Oct. 


57 


1 Oct. 


57 


1 Oct. 


67 


1 Oct. 


57 


1 Oct. 


67 


1 Oct 


57 


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1 Oct. 


67 


1 Oct. 


57 


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do 




do 




1 Oct. 


57 


do 




1 Oct. 


57 


23 Dec. 


57 


•23 Dec. 


57 


23 Dec. 


57 


23 Dec. 


57 



Lieutenants. 



LIEUT. 



d Duncan Norton Taylor [23 Dec. 57 

5 Francis Beresford 

A Thomas Maynard Hazlerigg .. . 
b Julian Frederick Sandeinan . . . 

p Robert Power Saunders 97 

B Robt. Smythe Muir Mackenzie. 

A Flemyng George Gyll 

c Seymour Hood Toogood 979 

13 Evelyn Baring 

1 5 Henry Norris Jones 

d h.b. VC Arthur Fred. Pickard 984 

re Thomas Burnett 

-24 Samuel Holworthy Desborough . 

d Lionel Gye 9 " 

p Charles Henry Hamilton 

4 Ashton John Shuttle worth , 

2 Albert Lake Collins Smithett 
B John Robert Jennings Bramiy ., 

d Lionel Herbert Noyea < 

b Geo. Walter Chas. Rothe , 

d Basil de Beauvoir 1 upper 

d Henry Hills Goodeve 

B George Best , 

14 Clement Walford Bellairs 

d Joseph Sladcn, p.a.c 

12 Samuel Pasfield Ol iver 

p Charles Smith Harvey 

10 Robert Henderson Robertson. . . . 

1 Arthur John Cullen 

7 Charles Frederick Dixon 



do 

do 

do 
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22 June 58 
22 June 58 

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22 June 58 

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1 Oct. 
1 Oct. 

do 

do 

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do 

do 
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21 Dec. 
21 Dec. 
1 April 59 
1 April 59 
1 April 59 
1 April 59 
1 April 59 
1 April 59 



19 Charles Crostbwaite,/nrt. qf Gunnery 22 June 



2 Anthony Oliver Moles worth 

A Harry Dacren Evans 

b James Murray Murray 

12 Norman Spencer Perceval 

3 Walter John Tatham 

12 Henry Fra. Peterkin Lewis 

11 James Mainwaring Douglas ..., 



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58 
58 



22 June 59 
22 June 59 
22 June 59 
22 Jane 59 
22 June 59 
June 59 



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LlBUTBXAHTB. 

7 Fra. Laurence Gore Little 

22 John Randal Wilmer 

A Dudley Mary on Wilson 

25 Robert Henry Grant 

11 Hugh Allen Mack ey , 

a Percy Charles Whalley 

4 Trevor Bruce Tyler 

4 Dudley North Allan 

a Edwiu Marshall 

21 Chas. Edward Baker Leacock** 3 

d Henry Gordon Palm er , 

d Marcus Fra. Henry M'Causland 

15 Thomas Jesson , 

10 Simon Simpson 

1U Christopher Win. Townseud ... 

13 George Augustus Noyes 

8 Henry St. John Cole Bowen .. . 
10 Edmund Hill Wickham 

A Vincent Wiug 

12 Seymour de Lacy Lacy 

3 Morton Lawrence Porter 

10 Henry Llewelyn Williams 

A William Reynolds Stirke 

5 Pr ingle David Barclay 

F Thomas John Jones 

6 Richard Tracey Millett 

8 James Lancaster Bell, /«*. of Gun. 

I Henry Tho. Thompson Sandcs 

c John Younger 

d Thomas Mulrenan 

3 CharTes John Deshon 

■ Francis Cha. Hughes Hallett. . 

13 r. William Francis Nelson .... 

12 Edward Clayfleld-Ireland .... 
19 Geo. Mackenzie Bent Horasby 

7 Charles Jones, p.a.c 

7 Alexander Burton Brown .... 

7 Henry Andrews Barker 

II Henry William Lovett Hime.. 

15 a.Cha.DomettEgertonParks*8mith 

8 Leonard Downes 

11 Banks Robinson Greig > Awtmrtor 

o/Gu*n*ry 

■ James Walker Bernard 

10 John Becher Ormsby 

D Rowland Walkey, p.a c 

14 John Walker Inge 

B Hardinge William Browne. ... 

B Albert Edward England 

B Edmund Hunt Holley , 

3 Ferdinand Henry Wheeler Milner 
d b.b. Edward Albert FitzRoy** . . 

21 William Gorges Mulloy 

6 Richard Jackson Heslet 

3 George Arthur French 

F Robert Dundas Bliott Lockhart 
C Thomas Wood 

4 Thomas Marty n Hitchins 

D Frank Galloway 

1 James Fergusson Jenkin 

13 Maitland Moore Lane 

D Francis Carminowe Nicholas .... 

B Price Frederic Blackwood ...... 

b John Archibald Campbell 

16 William Henry Wright 

16 Arthur Warry 

23 John Andrew Kelso 

10*. Henry Knollys, $ 

14 Spencer Gardiner 

10 Henry Robert Yates Browne 

1 Edward George Boughton Gattey 

17 John Tyndale Greenfield 

b Charles William Thomson 



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22 June 59 
22 June 59 
-22 June 59 
21 Dec 59 
•21 Dec. 59 
21 Dec. 
21 Dec. 
21 Dec. 
21 Dec. 
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21 Dec. 
21 Dec. 
21 Dec. 
•21 Dec. 



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59 
59 
59 
59 
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59 
59 
59 
59 
59 
59 
59 
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59 
59 
59 
59 
59 
59 



22 Dec. 
22 Dec. 
22 Dec. 
•22 Dec. 
22 Dec. 
22 Dec. 
22 Dec. 
22 Dec. 
22 Dec. 
22 Dec. 
•22 Dec. 
22 Dec. 
22 Dec. 
22 Dec. 
22 Dec. 
10 June 60 
19 June 60 
19 June 6o 
19 June 60 
19 June 60 
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19 June 60 

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1 Nov. 
1 Nov. 60 

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do 

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Lieutenants. 

15 Frederick William Nind 

d Frederick William Carey .... 

17 Francis Harry Emilius Day .. 
10 William Henry Moore Duthie 
15 Price Lewes 

2 Allan Henry Maclean 

b Gerald Charles Hall Parlby . . 

22 Allan Bedford Davies , 

C Edward Woollcombe, Instruc- 
tor qf Gunnery 

1 Clervaox M or ley, p.n.c 

24 Robert McGrigor Stewart, in. 
Mtrudor of Gunnery 

1 Thomas Charles Cooke 

7 Charles Bent • . 

3 Joshua Morris Saunders .... 
3 Arthur Godolphin Yea tman . . 

9 FTed William Lee Morier .... 

7 Harry William Rooke 

7 George Christopher Davie .... 

10 Henry BeauchampRichard Harvey 
3 Alexander Murray Brown 

1 1 William McCIintock 

1 3 Pemberton Harrison ,w 

21 Edmond Bainbridgc, p.a.c 

Alfred Edward Turner 

22 James Fox Brough 

c Charles Wigram Long 

d Herbert Frederic Gaimes 

24 Henry Haughton Hardinge .... 

23 Arthur Napier Pearee 

2 Onirics Henry Spragge 

12 William John Rose Harrison . . 
D Wyndham Hughes Hallett .... 

15 Alexander Grubb** 

21 Edward Duncombe Shafto, *. . . 
12 Samuel Pym 

B Francis Thomas Bircham 

15 James Wall 

10 Emilius Clayton, * 

c Fred. Ekins Blakoney Loraine . . 
e Willoughby Bathurst Hem ana . . 

7 George Eyre Townsend 

15 Archibald James Anderson .... 

3 De la Cherois Thomas Irwin . . 
15 Edgar Kensington 

18 Edward Vincent Stace 

2 John Sutton Rothwell 

12 Thomas Gaskell 

9 Alexander Campbell 

3 William Ogle Carlile 

14 Alfred Logan 

d Augustus HenryJohnDesBarres, 1 

Instructor of Gunnery J 

8 Theodore Carr 

14 Henry Shell 

1 Charles Garland Rule, /**& of Gun. 

2 James Adair Lawrle 

12 Barrett Lennard Tollner 

3 DesmoudDykesTynteO'Callaghan 

11 Frederick Campbell , 

1 Samuel Hopkins , 

20 Robert Henry Francis Renniek* 77 
1 1 Lionel Frederick Perry 

9 Edm.StoughtonBraithw.Lockyei 

14 Rdinnnd Webb Nash 

1 John Ramsay Blade, s 

4 Charles Edmund HawkshaweFord 

8 Joseph Ruscombe Poole 

d Charles MontresorHughes Hallett 

15 Thomas Burke Reeves , 

2 John Corsane Robinson,/!** of Gun. 
b Geo. Wilmot Maitland Turn bull 



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60 



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1 July Gl 
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15 Oct. 
15 Oct. 
18 Dec. 
18 Dec. 

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18 Dec. 

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61 
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LIEUT. 



61 



61 



61 



Lieutenants. ____ 

B Charles Larcom* 73 |g Dec. 

15 George Albert Beaty Pownall .. do 

d Henry Pipon do 

4 Robert Pi ere Williams Freeman .. ig Dec. 
9 St. Auhyn Moles worth do 

13 John Frederick Maurice do 

d Claude Bernard Sandys ig Dec. 

16 George Henry Marshall do 

7 Hamilton Geary do 

17 Charles Edward Souper do 

15 Townshend Griffin do 

16 Thomas Robert Disney 288 do 

25 Robert Warburton *'* ig Dec. 

18 John Day Ig Dec. 

14 James Keith Ig Dec. 

13 William Lacy Hutchinson 36 June 62 

2 Robert Alfred Lanning 25 June 62 

D John Castell Robson** do 

6 Geoige Firebrace do 

21 William Henry Auchinleck .... 25 June 62 

4 James Alleyne do 

3 Edward Wighton do 

13 William Mallins do 

o.c. Frank Johnson do 

] 2 Charles Stewart do 

7 Hugh Stewart do 

F George Ten nan t Carre* 74 do 

o.c. Carlile Greer ™* do 

12 George Montgomery do 

1 Robert Powel HaTe do 

1 1 Norman Macdonald Burt do 

1 1 Lee Percy Pennethorne ........ do 

2 Henry Walter John Hubback . . do 

24 Wadham Pigott Piatt do 

1 Edward A lmon do 

16 Thomas Henry Lloyd 1 Sept. 62 

6 Augustus James Saunders 1 Sept. ~ 

R.E.Henry B. Kingscote 1 Sept. 62 

25 Felix Richmond l Sept. ~~ 

2 WaUrinshaw 0. Courtney Shippard 1 Sept. 

19 George W. Rogers 1 Sept. 

13 Richard R. Phibbs 1 Sept. 

3 George Walter Hawkins 17 Dec. 

2 William Vincent Legge 17 Dec 

4 William Payne. Georges 17 Dec. 

11 Charles Edward Beadnell ...... 17 Dec. 

19 Matthew Horace Hayes 17 Dec. 

5 Francis Roberto 17 Dec. 62 

13 Hauphton Montague J as. Feilden 27 Jan. 63 

12 Henry Soames ." 30 Jan. 63 

9 James Henry Granville Browne. • 12 Feb, 
2 Marshall James Clarke ........ 22 Feb. 63 

24 George Cecil Bayly ] Mar. 63 

g James Flower Houstoun 1 Mar. 63 

20 Ernest Frederick Cambier 1 Mar. 63 

1 7 John Strachan Bridges 1 Mar. 63 

7 Walter Reginald Rudge ] Mar. 

1 4 William Savage Langley* 87 l Mar. 

17 Howland Roberto 1 Mar. 63 

14 Charles Francis Baring Grey . . . . 1 Mar. 63 

7 William Edwards Sharp 1 April 68 

6 Stratford Charles Halliday 1 April 63 

9 William Whateley 1 April 63 

16 Horatio Francis Smyth 1 April 63 

11 Francis Blake Knox 1 April 63 

9 Sisson Cooper Pratt 906 24 June 63 

lg William Henry Fred. Sorell 288 .. 24 June 63 

2 Francis Brinkley 24 June 63 

2 Alexander Walter Ferrierd 24 June 

d Samuel Stephen Bomford 24 June 63 

6 Francis Lowry Graves • .... 24 June 63 

17 Gilbert Sidney Parry 24 Jane 68 

21 Francis William James Barker *' 24 June 



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62 

62 



Lieutenants. 

14 Henry John Rawle 989 

10 Charles Anglesea Empson •••• 
16 Edwin Henry Hayter Cullen 290 
25 George Fred. Darley Sutton . . 

c Wm. Fred, de Hubbenct Curtis 8 ' 

1 1 Harry Edmund Dolphin , 

22 Henry Affleck Graves , 

18 Robert Locke Price 

9 Henry Arthur Denny 

1 1 Francis Frederick Ditmas 

5 Harrison Ross Lew in Morgan . , 
4 Arthur Augustus Saunders .... 

8 Richard Corbett 

19 Arthur James Pearson 

25 John William Buckle* 88 

20 William Bucke 

11 William Villeneuve Gregory .... 

12 Charles Senhouse Graham 

3 William Taylor 

15 George Will 

9 George Plunkett 

14 Oliver Fras. Theodore Annesley . . 

18 CecilWiHiamEamondeMurphy" 1 \ 

d Philip Henry Moubray W8 

3 John George Murray 

22 Richard Wace 

8 William Law 

13 John Aug. Seymour Morse Davies 

17 William Evelyn Denison .... 
25 John Mitchell Salmond 

15 Henry Samuel Spillcr Watkin, 

Instructor of Ownery 

1 1 Edward Albert OUivant 

2 Walter Reginald Fox 

16 John Graham Stone • • • 

15 Robert Hugh Wallace 

4 James Peters Ewing 

1 Thomas Avary Kelsail 

14 John Muir Hunter 

4 Frederick Henry Taylor 1 * 

18 Montagu Gilbert Gerard* 1 , . . . 
8 Richard Francis Williams .... 

5 Edmund William Cripps • • • . 

19 Henry Torkington 

4 Herbert John Ouchterjony Walker 

20 John Ford Bally 

17 Samuel Rudge 

8 Edmund Downes , 

4 Arthur George Dugdale 

4 Rodney Edward Mundy 

19 Robert Gerald FitzGerald .... 
22 Stewart Murray 

16 George Clement Wynne 

9 Francis John Mil man 

8 George Herbert Nutting 

18 Joseph Albert Curtin 

20 Paul Fred. Michael Baddeley.. 

9 Edward Thomas Browell .... 
20 Constantino Henry Hamilton.. •• 



24 June 63 
27 June 63 

1 July 63 

5 July 63 

6 July G3 

15 July 63 

16 July 63 
16 July 63 
21 July 63 

1 Sept. 63 
1 Sept. 63 
1 Sept. 63 

1 Sept. 63 

11 Sept. 63 

19 Sept. 63 

20 Sept. 63 
3 Oct. 63 

10 Oct. 63 
13 Oct. 63 

2 Nov. 63 

15 Dec. 63 

16 Dec. 63 
*25 June62 

12 Jan. 64 

15 Jan. 

25 Jan. 
19 Jan. 
19 Jan. 

9 Feb. 

16 Feb. 
•l Mar. 



16 Aug. 
16 Aug. 64 
23 RobtHastingsWilloughby Plunkett 16 Aug. 64 
A. Barry Francis Dora vile ~~ " 

3 Philip Henry Bowen . 
17 D'Arey Bowman East . 
7 Albert Beaucharap Astley Cooper 

2 Henry Vaughan , 

14 Lambart Henry Bouwens • 

3 Francis Broadfoot Russell . 
1 1 Charles Brenton Wickham 

7 Thomas Llewellyn Morgan 

11 John Duncan Cameron Ill Oct 64 

1 1 George Henry Gower 18 Oct. 64 

16 Edw. Bamston Crawley-Boevey Il8 Oct, 64 



61 
64 
64 
64 
64 
64 
64 



I Mar. 64 



64 
64 



22 Mar. 
22 Mar. 
22 Mar. 64 
12 April 64 
12 April 64 
12 April 64 
12 April 64 
12 April 64 
19 April 64 
3 May 64 
3 May 64 
3 June 64 
14 June 64 
19 July 64 
19 July 64 
19 July 64 
19 July 64 
19 July 64 
19 July 64 
19 July 64 
16 Aug. 64 
16 Aug. 64 
16 Aug. 64 
16 Aug. 64 
16 Aug. 64 
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16 Aug. 64' 
16 Aug. 64 
30 Aug. 64 
30 Aug. 64 
30 Aug. 64 
13 Sept. 64 
20 Sept. 64 
11 Oct. 64 
11 Oct. 64 



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LlXUTBNANTS. 

4 William Woodward Rawes 

13 Thomas Alexander Richardson . . 

9 Willi «m Alexander Erie*. 

d John Mmnitt Tabor 

1 William Henry Kempater 

16 Henry George Pombelle Siddons 

4 Edward Lake 

1-2 WiUiam Angnstiia Riall ........ 

15 Augustus Browne 

14 Edward Blaksley 

10 John Poneonby Cnndiil 

14 Alfred Foulger Fletcher 

13 Charles Mitch -11 Smith 

22 Cedl Coles Dyes 

3 Arthur Wellesley White 

1 WiUiam Stewart Poole 

18 WiUiam Inglia Le Breton ... .. 
6 Arthur Alexander Newman 

12 Frederick Huddleston Wheatley 

4 Charles William Kennaway 

19 William Borlaae Adams 

25 Archibald BroadfooL 9 " 



LIEUT. 



18 Oct. 
28 Oct. 
28 Oct. 
26 Oct. 
•J8 Oct. 
11 Nor. 
11 Nov. 
11 Nov. 
9 Dec. 
16 Dec. 
16 Dee. 
16 Dec. 
23 Dec. 
23 Dec. 
23 Dec 
23 Deo. 
23 Dec. 
23 Dec. 
23 Dec. 
23 Dec. 
23 Dec. 



23 Dec. 

2*2 Joan Morison Alves |23 Dec. 

17 George Edward Dodsworth 
21 James Spedding Quayle 38 * 



23 Dec, 

Dec. 

10 Walter Cotton [23 Dec. 



25 Henry Affred Boyee 

21 Vincent Reynolds Woodland . 

14 James Carnegie Gillespie 

10 Wm. Henry Plunkett Maquay. 
1 Henry Stuart Ford 

1 3 Frederic H o ward 

23 George Herbert Palmer 

12 Arthur Greenwood Walker • . . 

8 Woodburn Hunter 

4 John Thomas Bury 

4 George Tiudal Pretyman 

23 Jos. Durham Ersldne Huddart . 

19 Staart Smith 

23 Philip Keith Lonsdale Beaver . 
23 Norton Powlett 

23 Joseph Davison Tysack 

21 Charles Edward Brown 

20 Riehard Walter O'Grady 

9 William Baldwin St. George. . . 

24 William Perceval Graves 

11 Henry Holmes Costobadie 

19 Joseph Seymour Biscoe 

6 Neville Lloyd Walford 

18 John Douglas Snodgrass 

d James Edward Jostelyn 

5 WiUiam Davies Corfe 

4 George Hunter O'Malley .... 

1 Alfred Robert Mainwaring . . . 

22 Francis Matthew Robinson • . . 

18 John Arthur Grattan 

20 George Montgomerie John Moore 
16 John James Congdon 

19 Robert de Marylskl 

16 Cecil John Russell Fulford 

25 Richard Mallock 

2 Edward WUloughby Adams 
4 Ramsay Wm. Rainsford Hannay 

4 Kenneth Howard 

17 Killely Gamble 

3 John George Uppleby • 
22 Arthur Radford 

5 Francis Newell Innes. . . 
17 James Plomer Freeth • 

20 George Barges Allen ... 
19 Samuel Gardiner Smyth 

16ChsrlesBell 

16 Henry George Newcome 



10 Feb. 
10 Feb. 
21 Feb. 
21 Feb. 
3 Mar. 
3 Mar. 
3 Mar. 
21 Mar. 
21 Mar. 
21 Mar. 
21 Mar. 
21 Mar. 
24 Mar. 
24 Mar. 
24 Mar. 
24 Mar. 
24 Mar. 
24 Mar. 
24 Mar. 
24 Mar. 
24 Mar. 
24 Mar. 
18 July 
18 July 
18 July 
18 July 
18 July 
18 July 
18 July 
18 July 
18 July 
18 July 
18 July 
18 July 
18 July 
18 July 
18 July 
12 Jan. 
12 Jan. 
12 Jan. 
12 Jan. 
12 Jan. 
12 Jan. 
12 Jan. 
12 Jan. 
12 Jan. 
12 Jan. 



64 

64 

04 

64 

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66 

66 

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Lieutenants. 

18 William Campbell Black 

21 Henry Arthur Taylor Custance. . 

3 Henry Humphreys Crookenden 

23 Charles Arthur Cre&swtll 

5 James Robert Silver Oliver Hewitt 

16 James Anson Francis Nutt .... 
14 Arthur Bouverie Stopford 

1 1 Francis Horace French 

1 2 Alfred Gordon Alexander 

14 Arthur Henry Army tage 

19 Alfred Lionel Pringlc 

9 Frank Fred. Foulke Nugent . . . 

123 WiUiam Townsend Gun Denny 

13 Arthur James Dunnage 

5 Henry Alfred Rigg , 

19 Benjamin Chamney Graves »•< 

7 Henry Tucker Stewart , 

18 James Frederick Herman .... 

1 7 George Mackinlay 

18 George Blake Napier Martin 

24 John Sheridan Clarke 

i 18 Charles Wm. Henry Sealy . . , 

12 Maynard WUloughby Wemyss 

18 Charles By les Boiler 

21 Douglas Fordc Jones ., 

18 Archibald Forman Mackellar . 

18 Wm. Lindsay Carnegie Gordon 
1 1 Archibald Edward Duthy .... 

9 Kenneth Francis Maclachlan 
16 Henry Donald Dunlop ...... 

4 James Diffby Legard »• 

21 CameronMacartneyHar.Downing S9t 

19 Alexander William Anstruther. . 

8 Lionel Tillotson 

I Robert Samuel Watson 

23 George Sandford Mainguy .... 

21 Hon. Fred. Wm. John Shore . . 
1 Waiter Neil Jervis 

1 David North 

5 William Batter worth Cooke.. . . 

121 Graham Moore Lloyd 

123 Adelbert Cecil Talbot 

15 Frederick Lewis Archer 

14 Henry John Lennox Turnbull.. 

24 Edward Walsh 

2 Charles John Blake 

7 William Whitmore Smith 

8 Edmond Roche Elles 

14 Henry Robert Gregan Craufurd 

23 Hugh Percy Russell 

14 De Courcy Daniell 

13 Hen.W. Brook Tunstall Haverfield 

18 Philip L. MacGregor Skinner . . 

19 Robert Hunt King Ross 

5 William Aitken 

2 Charles Henry Atchison 

3 Robert Turing Bruce 

8 Charles B. Fyers Wainwright . . 

5 William John Mackintosh .... 
18 William Martin 

16 George Frederick Wilson 

6 Gervase Barker Power , 

22 Arthur Maurice Pinhey , 

14 Walter Riddell 

18 Fletcher Hayes Grant Crulckshank 
8 Frederic Charles Clarke 

10 Walter William Marriott Smith 

21 Henry Crofton 8 * 

19 Harry Barron 

22 Frederick Cleave Symonds .... 

11 Frederick Augustus Yorke .... 

20 Frederick Robertson Ditmas . . 
18 WiUiam Poyntz Blandy 



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66 
66 
66 
60 
66 
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66 
66 
66 
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681 
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12 Jan. 
12 Jan. 
12 Jan. 
12 Jan. 
12 Jan. 
12 Jan. 
12 Jan. 
12 Jan. 
12 Jan. 
12 Jan. 
12 Jan. 
30 Jan. 
30 Jan. 
80 Jan. 
30 Jan. 
30 Jan. 
6 Feb. 
17 July 66 
17 July 66 
17 Jury 66 
17 July 66 
17 July 66 
17 July 66 
17 July 66 
17 July 66 
17 July 66 
17 July 66 
17 July 66 
17 July 66 
17 July 66 
17 July 66 
17 July 66 
17 July 66 
17 July 66 
17 July 66 
17 July 66 
15 Jan. 67 
15 Jan. 67 
15 Jan. 
15 Jan. 
.15 Jan. 
15 Jan. 
15 Jan. 
15 Jan. 
15 Jan. 
15 Jan. 
15 Jan. 
15 Jan. 
15 Jan. 
15 Jan. 
15 Jan. 
15 Jan. 
15 Jan. 67 
15 Jan. 67 
15 Jan. 67 
15 Jan. 67 
15 Jan. 
15 Jan. 
15 Jan. 
15 Jan. 
15 Jan. 67 
15 Jan. 67 
15 Jan. 67 
15 Jan. 67 
15 Jan. 67 
15 Jan. 67 
10 July 67 
10 July 67 
10 July 67 
10 July 67 
10 July 67 
10 July 67 
10 July 67 



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Lieutenants. libut. 

16 Henry Bettes worth Hellard..., 10 July 67 
9 Keppel Stephenson 10 July 67 

14 William George Knox" 3 10 July 67 

8 Edmund Buckle 10 July 67 

4 Frederic Henry Eardley Wilmot 10 July 67 

10 Edward Benjamin Evans 10 July 67 

10 George Morton Stevens 10 July 67 

10 Edward Lawrence Beyir 10 July 67 

14 Francis Meredith Edmund Vibart 10 July 67 

8 Frederick Bigg 10 July 67 

21 Edward Owen Hay 10 July 67 

19 Richard Bonnor Maurice 10 July 67 

3 Douglas James George Stanley . 8 Jan. 68 

1 7 Frederick Cyril Morgan 8 Jau. 68 

11 William Ogden Smith 8 Jan. 6* 

17 Sampson Plomer Fredk. Freeth 8 Jan. 68 

9 George Spottiswoods Ramsay . . 8 Jan. 68 

13 Algernon Sydney Griffiths .... 8 Jan. 68 
9 Edward Armstrong Johnson . . 8 Jan. 68 

2 Robert Neville Hoi bee he 8 Jan. 68 

9 Adam Sedgwick Woulley «... 8 Jan. 68 

14 Walter Joseph Joyce 8 Jan. 68 

6 Henry Wingfield Burnett .. . . 8 Jan. 

20 Frederick Mansel Turner 8 Jan. 

9 John James Fullarton Camming 8 Jan. 

12 Thomas Cumine - 8 Jan. 

6 John William Yerbury 8 Jan. 68 

5 Charles Henry Ellison Adamson 8 Jan. 

16 William Stanford Baldock .... 8 Jan. 

12 Peter Hussey 8 Jan. 

8 Henry Tuwnley Scott Yates. . . . 8 Jan. 

17 Henry Edward Preston 8 Jan. 68 

16 John Peverell Rogers 8 Jan. 68 

6 Charles Henry Scott 8 Jan. 68 

9 George Rowley Hadaway 8 Jan. 68 

9 Andrew Fountayne England . . 8 Jan. 68 

16 EdwardThomaaDayenautCotton 16 July 68 

16 Edward FitzGerald Law 16 July 68 

16 Henry Thomas Curling 16 July 68 

8 Sydney M'Kerrell Fulton 16 July 68 

13 Robert Purdy 16 July 68 

1 Richard Arthur Salmond ...... 16 July 68 



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17 Edward Fen wick Brackenbury 

10 Peter Blackburn 

17 William Hood Robert Rochfort 
16 Frederick Edward Walter .... 

12 Henry Walter Gataker 

13 Francis John Burridge 

6 Thomas Harwood Darton 

•21 Roger Charles Edward North.. 
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10 Peter Henry Hammond 

•21 James Robert Charles Sclater.. 

9 Robert Arthur Montgomery • . 

•21 Arundel James Nixon 

21 Henry Stewart Murray 

10 Bertram Arthur Ogle 

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16 Frederick Nicolson 

2 Lannoy Richard Coussmaker . . 

6 Henry Travers Lugard 

2 John Hume Hart 

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19 John Leach 113 Jan. 69 

15 James Cecil Dalton 113 Jan. 69 

5 Franklyn Moody Longcroft. . . . il3 Jan. 69 
5 William Mussen Campbell .. .J13 Jan. 69 

19 George Richard Ponsonby .... 113 Jan. 69 

20 Dudley St. LegerHill 13 Jan. 69 

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13 Walter Sherer Bird 

23 Sydney Gerard Fred. Selfe . . • 

20 Charles Russell , 

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6 Thomas Mayhew 

18 Francis Onslow Bar ringtonFoote 

15 Henry Brewer Wildig 

16 Edmund George Henry Bingham 
10 Walter Cha. Warner Arbothnott 13 Jan. 69 



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Deputy Adjutant General. 

MnjorGeneral Gloucester Gambier,CB., 7 April 64 

Assistant Adjutant General. 

Colonel W. A. Middteton, CB., 1 Jan. 68. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General. 

2nd Captain Geo. Balfour Traill, 1 Feb. 69. 

Inspector General, 
Major General Arthur J. Taylor, 1 July 64. 
Aide de Camp, 

Paymasters. [Capt.l 8ept.63. 

d John Sargent,l Sept. 58; Lt.Vl July 56 ; Hon. 

B Henry Wm. Vyner, 24 May 59: Han. Cant. 

24 May 64. 

Henry Geo. Aug. Powell, 23 Feb. 55 ; Ens. 28 

Jan.46:Z*.27 July49; Hon. MajortO Nov. 66. 

13 Aug. Stareley Murray, 17 June 69 ; Hon.Capt. 

17 June 64. 

Wm. Arch. Kidd, 10 June 63; Ens. p 20 Nov. 

46; Zt. p 22 Dec. 48; Hon. Maj. 7 Not. 63. 

James Scott, 1 ** 24 June 50 ; Ens. 6 No v. 64; Lt. 

2 Mar. 55 ; Hon. Capi. 24 June 64. 

John Bay lie Thompson, 24 June 59; Hon.Capt. 

24 June 64. T64 

Wm.Piers Brisley , 8 July 59 ; Hon. Capt. 8 J uly 

Donald Stewart,24Apr.60; lateBt.Lt.CoLUnatt. 

12 Oaadias Buchanan Piera, 26 April 60. 

9 Jamea Graham, 8 Sept.60 ; Hon. Capt .8 Sept.65. 

rftVm.Shepherd,14May61; /f0».Caj*.14May66. 

4 Thomas C. Higginson, 4 Apr. 56; Ens. 10 

Apr.42; Lt.B July46; Hon. Maj or 4 Apr.66. 

5 John Craven Mansergh, 25 Feb. 62 ; Hon. 

Capt. 25 Feb. 67. 
d h.b. Thomas Hunt,*»«2l Jan. 60; Hon. Capt. 

21 Jan. 65. 
c Samuel Williams *• (Qr.M. 18 Apr. 45), 28 

May 63 ; Hon. Major, 23 May 68. 



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a John Sculley, 12 Dec. 68. 
8 James Robert Thomson, 27 Feb. 69. 
2 Richard Hall, 12 June 69. 



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d Geo.Grant ( Com.of Clothing), 8 May 56; Hon. 
Capt. 6 May 59. 
d JohnCochran ( Commissary of Stores) , 1 6 A pril 57. 
d Geo. Wm. Taylor {Ins. of Clothing),\6 Jan.58. 

11 William Lloyd. 1 Nov. 58. 
6.c. George Alex. Shepherd, 4 Nov. 59. 
d Henry Behenna, 1 April 60. 
d David Hoge, 1 April 60. 
15 Samuel Blair, 14 April 60. 
19 Joseph Smith,* 1 21 Jan. 61. 
s.g Charles Serbutt,* 1 24 April 61. 
d Gordon Gilchrist, 1 July 61. 
d John Pitt, 13 Nov. 61. 
18 Matthew Robinson, 1 May 62. 
21 Harry Parkes, I May 62. 
c Rowland Hill New, 1 May 62. 
£d David Camming*, 13 Sept. 62. 

23 Bernard Ashbee, 13 Sept. 62. 
17 James Wolfe, 13 Sept. 62. 

cWm. Cliff, 23 Sept. 62; Ens. 20 Sept. 57; 
r Thomas Briggs, 23 Sept. 62. [Lt. 5 Feb. 61 . 
16 Alfred James Holbourne, 23 Sept. 62 

24 Francia L. Tucker, 23 Sept. 62. [60. 
£> Jas.Harrison'Bewaey, 23 Sept. 62; Ens. 10 Feb. 

1 Joseph Yignaux, 17 Feb. 63. 
d Henry Nelson,*** 1 April 63. 
d n.B, Robert Steven, 1 April 63. 
B William Stand ford, 1 Apr. 64. 

13 Johnl^yfe, 12 Apr. 64. 

22 George Kirkham, 3 Oct. 64. 

3 Benjamin Trew,** 16 Dec. 64. 

6 William Graham, 2 Mav 65. 

14 Robert M'Callum, 2 May 65. 
10 Robert Woods, 17 July 66. 

4 Charles Drayton, 15 June 67. 

5 Thomas Gibson, 10 July 67. 

7 William Wishart, 14 Aug. 67. 
d Henry Batcher, 22 Feb. 68. 



Veterinary Surgeons. 

x.E.Rdwin Harrison, 28 June 65; la* C. 9 Jan. 63. 

c Wm. Partridge ,"» 8 Nov. 64 j do. 29 July 62. 

1 1 Daniel Hinge, 1 July 55 ; 1st Class, 21 Apr.63. 

B John Tatam, 13 Oct. 55; 1st Class, 21 Aug. 67. 

A John Bonn Wm. Skouiding," 4 9 Nov. 56 ; la* 

Class, 21 Aug. 67. 
9 Edward Kelly, 26 Feb. 56; la* C7tfM,21Aug.67. 
14 John Baldock, 15 Feb. 56 j 1st CI ass ,21 Ang.67. 
</ Robert Walter Murray, 30 May 67 ; 1st Class. 

22 Jan. 68. 
4 Thomas John Williamson, 5 Mar. 65. 
8 John Bolton Hall, 26 Feb. 56. 
4 Griffith Evans, MD. 31 Jan. 60. 

19 James Joseph Meyrick, 31 Jan. 60. 
8 John Anderson,*** 31 Jan. 60. 
8 Robert Marshall, 31 Jan. 60. 
4 Adam Elijah Clarke, 31 Jan. 60. 
4 Thomas James -Lang, 27 April 60. 

11 George Albert Oliphant, 22 June 60, 
14 Walter Burt, 1 1 Sept. 60. 
4 William Barker Walters, 26 Nov. 61. 
18 George Blake, 22 Apr. 62. 

22 William Albert Russell, 24 June 62. 
14 Daniel Maclean, 8 Aug. 62. 

A John Ferris, 17 Feb. 58. 

8 John Hauly, 28 April 63. 

4 Henry Bath, 12 April 58. 
16 Samuel Thomas Goddard, 4 Jan. 59. 

c John Field, 16 July 59. 

A Geo. Agnatius Amos Oliver, 16 Feb. 64. 

A Peter Moir, 14 June 64. 

d William Black Edmonds, 20 June 65. 
16 Edward Ewlng, 8 Sept. 65. 

D John Ashworth Rostron, 1 1 Jan. 67. 

b Frederick Charles Boulter, 11 Jan. 67. 

E Alfred Adrian Jones, 1 1 Jan. 67. 

20 Walter Seymour Adams, 11 Jan. 67. 
p William Walker, 11, Jan. 67. 

d James Kettle, 1 1 Jan. 67. 

18 Francia Duck, 31 July 67. 
f William Boyd, 31 July 67. 

a Richard Poyser, 12 Sept. 65. 
s Francis Plomley, 1 Sept. 67. 

23 Edwin Thomas Cheesman, 20 Nov. 67. 
p James Reilly, 7 Aug. 68. 

p MMdieton, Fred. Mallett Case, 22 Jawi 68. 

Riding EstabliskmerU. 
Superintending. Captain A. M. Calvert, 17 Feb. 64. 
2nd Captain. .S. P. Lynes, 10 May 65' 
Lieutenants . . T. Burnett, 22 June 58. > 

Henry B. Kingscote, 1 Sep. 62. 
Biding Masters. 
6 Lieut. Thomas Bishop, 9 May 55. 

4 William Donald, 1 Apr. 69. 
d h.b. John Bamett, 27 Aug. 59. 
b.e. George Dann, 27 Aug. 69. 
14 Richard Stoyell, 22 June 60. 
a George Hadcock, 22 June 60. 
11 Joseph Virr, 1 June 01. 
p James Sampson, 8 June 61 . 
9 Reuben Butler, 1 July 63. 
20 "George Louis Wilkinson, 8 Jan. 64. 
B.B.Oliver Ormes,15 Jan. 64. 
16 William Johnston, 15 Jan. 64. 
c Henry Bacchus; 20 Jo ty 64." 
d Thorn** KileUe, 5 * 4 28 Aug. 57 ; Cor. 12 Jan. 56. 
D Charles Jones, 18 April 65. 
B John Drummond, 12 Sept. 65. 

19 Jeremiah Daley, 2 Oct. 66. 
23 John Pawson,* 94 29 May 67. 

b Edmund Nugent, m 22 Jan. 68 

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11 William Perry t 

9 John Duff, MD 

3 Thomas Park+ 

7 Arthur Rudge 

17 Alexander Scott Fogo,t MD. . . . 

19 Henry Bowles Franklyn,+ MD... . 

23 John Gibbons f 

d Thomas Bassett Reid 

16 Robert Menzies 

20 Edward Malcolm Sinclair^ MD. . 
14 Alexander Maclean t 

18 Robert Augustus Chappie t 

25 Charles Carroll Dempster t 

4 James Arthur Hanbury, MB 

8 Alexander Guthrie,t MD 

1 Edward James Franklyn,f MD. . 
<£h.b. Joseph Barker t 

10 William Younge Jeevesf 

p John Irvine, t MD 

d Ve William George N. Manley t . 
22 Thomas John Murphy 

19 William Ramsay Steuartf 

d James Hannanf 

24 David Woods 

6 Herbert Chalmers Miles,+ MD. . 

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a Robert Lewer,+ MD 

11 Henry Foljambe Paterson 

B Melville George Jones 

B Joseph Marmaduke Taylor f . . . 
B Decimus Filius de Hodgson, t MD 

v Robert Walter Clifton f 

A William Tanne f 

3 John Sarsfield Comyn 

4 Samuel Pratt Woodftill 

21 George Ralph Tate, MD 

c.b. Albert Stanley Knight Prescottf 
11 John Robinson 

b John Trehane May Symons, MD.. 

1 John Montgomery Fiddes, MB. . 
b.e. Francis Roberts Hogg, MD. . . . 
17 William Graves 

9 Henry Harrison f 

D Alfred Lewer, MD 

F Charles William Griffith 

4 Alexander Richmond :13 Oct, 

B George Whitla |15 Sept. 

e James Mackay, MD 

3 Alexander Edward Bartlet . . 
10 John Adsetts 

f William Creacrh 

15 Thomas Rawlings Mould, MD. 

4 James Alfred Turnerf 

c William Collisf 

D William O'Halloran 

d Frederick Ffolliott 



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Alexander Stevenson Russell,f MD. 1 Aug. 57 

WilliamSlyt 8 Dec. 57 

William Catbcart Boyd 22 Jan. 58 

Walter Basnett Ramsbotham, MD. 10 Mar. 58 
Thomas Michael O'Brien ....... 22 June 58 

h.b. George Alexander Moorhead . . 22 July 58 

Francis Edward M ( Farland 1 Nov. 58 

Arthur Charles Gaye 11 Oct. 59 

Henry Lloyd Randellf 5 Jan. 55 

Charles Gray t 22 April 58 

Hampden Healy Maclean 22 April 58 

Edwin Wilkes 1 Dec. 58 

William Millar lMarch59 

King John Parr lMarcb59 

Edwin Drew 13 June 59 

2 John Waring Belcher, MD 1 April 61 

18 James Watt, MD 1 April 61 

1 1 Richard Patrick Ferguson 31 Marcb62 

7 John Stannard M'Adam 31 March®* 

20 Edward Nicholson 31 March62 

f Charles Albert Maunsell, MD 1 Oct. 62 

d Kenneth William Cumming, MD. 1 Oct. 62 
25 Alexander Watt Beveridge,t MD. 15 Sept. 57 

16 Richard William Berkeley 22 Apr. 58 

7 John Davidge 5 Aug. 58 

13 Thos. Alex. Clapper ton Macarthur 22 Sept. 58 

17 George Simon, MD 20 Apr. 59 

c John Alfred Illingworth 13 June 59 

9 Arnold Royle 11 Oct. 59 

16 John Butler Hamilton, MD 19 Jan. 60 

22 Thomas Henry White, MD 19 Jan. 60 

19 Charles Heury Young Godwin. . . . 1 Oct. 60 

16 William Ironside, MD 1 Apr. 61 

11 Alfred Fred. Stafford Clarke, MD. 1 Apr. CI 

16 Augustus Robinson Hall 1 Apr. 61 

19 John Hamer Oliver 1 Oct, 62 

A William West Quinton, MB 14 Apr. 63 

14 William Ashton,f MB 15 Sept. 57 

13 William Evelyu Alston, MD 11 Oct. 59 

8 Henry Cramer Guinness II Oct. 59 

a Alexander Frederick Bradshawf.. 27 May 57 

E Francis Alfred Turton, MD 13 Oct. 58 

c John Wales 19 Jan. 60 

8 Edward James Boulton 19 Jan. 60 

9 Frederick Pennington f 22 Apr. 58 

3 George Edward Gascolgne 1 Dec. 58 

d Hugh Mackay Macbeth 22 June 58 

19 Edward Joseph Cranef 18 Aug. 57 

8 Georgo Abraham Davidge 20 Apr. 59 

d George Scott Davie,t MD 1 Nov. 58 

1 Alfred John Belemore 16 Apr. 62 

4AlexanderCrawfordRobertson,tMD. 1 June 55 

23 Arthur Croker 7 May 58 

16 Francis Falwasser 19 Jan. 60 

4 Joseph John Pope 1 Apr. 61 

15 Thomas Turville Gardner 7 May 58 

23 Edward Acton Gibbon 1 Sept. 58 

3 Charles Spurway 30 Sept. 64 

20 Charles White 31 Mar. 65 

11 George Park, MD 14 Dec. 58 

19 John Anderson 31 Mar. 64 

o James Wilson, MB 5 Aug. 58 

d James Robert Gaussen, MB 19 Jan. 60 

4 Charles Edward Martin Shaw .... 30 Sept. 64 
A Alexander Francis Preston, MB. . . 30 Sept. 69 

14 Joseph Ridge Greenhill 30 Sept. 63 

21 Samuel Edward Maunsell 19 Jan. 60 

D James Land, MD 20 Apr. 59 

9 Geonre Emly Will 19 Jan. 60 

d Donald M. Davidson, MD 1 Oct. 60 

12 William Raymond Kynsey 30 Sept. 63 

20 Augustine Oliver Applinf 3 Oct. 57 

8 James Duhy 30 Sept. 64 



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James Campbell, 2nd JW. 1 July 47 ; Zieirf. 1 Apr. 55; Cap*. 10 May 55; Jtfaj. 4 Nov. 59; 

' CAPTAIN8. 

William Handyside, 1 Lieut. 3 May 55; Capt. 7 Sept. 55. 
William Henry, 2 Lieu*. June 54; Capt. 16 Not. 55. 
V© Andrew Henry, 3 Lt. 15 May 55; Capt. 28 Nov. 55. 
John Mackenzie/ Lteut. 22 Sept. 55; Capt. 1 Feb. 56. 
James Rogan,* Deputy Assist. Commissary, 1 April 54; 

Capt. 4 Not. 59. 
John Sweeny, 6 Cornet, 31 Dec. 55; Lieut. 17 Mar. 58; 

Capt. 4 Nov. 50. 
Robert Kettle, Lieut. '4 Nov. 59; Capt. 25 Aug. 64. 
DaTid Anderson, Lieut . 4 Nov. 59; Cap*. 22 Sept. 64. 
Charles Phillips, £i*u/. 4 Not. 59; Capt. 1 Apr. 65, 



3 Captain Andrew Henry served in the 
Eastern campaign of 1864 65, including 
the battles of Alma,. Balaklava, unci In- 
kerman, and siege of Sevastopol (Medal 
and four Clasps, and Turkish Medal), 
and has received the Victoria Orons" for 
defending the guns of his battery 
against overwhelming numbers of the 
enemy at the battle of Inkerman, and 
continuing to do so until he had receive 
twelve bayonet wounds.'' 

6 Captain Sweeny served in the Royal 
Artillery throughout the China Expedi- 
tion of 1840-43 (Medal), including the 
capture of Chilean, attack on Chuenpce, 
destruction of the Bocca Tigris Forts, 



James Thos. Cole, Lt. $ Adj. 4 Not. 59 ; Capt. 1 A pr. 65. f Bto rm and capture of the heights above 



Lieutenants. 
James Thomson, 4 Nov. 59. 
Hugh Marshall, 1 April 60. 
John Taylor, 1 April 60. 
James Lumber M'Callum, 1 April 60. 
George Montgomery, 7 1 April 60. 
William Robinsou, 1 April 60. 
Joel Blades/ 1 April 60. 
George Leeds, 1 April 60. 
William Crawford, 9 I April 60; Aaj. 1 Apr. 65. 
John M^Lernon, 10 15 May 60. 
William Spall," 12 Apr. 64. 
John Revill, 90 Aug. 64 ; Qr. Master 1 Apr. 65. 
John William Garnham, 18 Oct. 64. 
Joseph William Hunter, 3 March 65. 
William Swan son Sprent," 21 Not. 65. 
William Coleman, 13 6 Feb. 66. 

Paymaster.— Edward George Cubitt, 16 Feb. 44; Ens. 
P0Dec.31; Lt. p 28 Apr. 37 ; Hon. Major Uan. 60. 



Canton, of Anioy, Chusan," Clunhae, 
Ningpo,— and repulse of the night attack 



Anioy, 
attack and capture of the enemy's en- 



trenched camp on the heights of Segoan, 
of Chapoo, Woosung, Shanghac, and 
Chinkiangfoo, and the landing before 
Nankin; served in the Crimea from 
April 1855 at the siege and fall of Sebas- 
topol (Medal and Clasp, and Turkish 
Medal). He has also the Medal for 
Meritorious Service. 

12 Lieut. Sprent served in the Crimean 
Campaign in 1854-55, including the siege 
and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with 
Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served 
with the Expeditionary Force in China 
in 1857-59 (Medal). 

13 Lieut. Coleman served in the 
Crimean Campaign in 1854-65, including 
'the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal 
'with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 



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lara, Capture of Kertrh and Yenlkale, siege and full of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 
~ Captain WUliam Henry served in the Eastern campaign of 1864-66, Including the battles of Balaklava. Inkerman 
— . Tdwrnara, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, and Turkish Medal). "roan , 

4 Captain Mackenzie served in the Eastern campaign of 1864.55, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman. sortie 
ef 36th Oct^ siege and fall of 8ebastopol (Medal and Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

5 Captain Bogan served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1854-55 (Medal and Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 



Lieut. Montgomery served In the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of Inkerman and sieae of 
(Medal and Clasps, and Turkish Medal). ^ 

» Lieut. Blades served In the Eastern campaign of 1864-66, Including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and 



Sebastopol ( 



Gasp, and Tnraieh Medal) 

» Lieat. Crawford served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, Including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman 
vvasded), and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

Is Lieat. M* Lemon served In the Eastern campaign of 1864-66, including the battle of Inkerman, siege and fall of 
V»a*iopol ( Medal and two Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

11 Lteat Snail served in the Crimean Campaign in 1856, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp 
asa Turkish Medal). Indian Campaign in 1858-59, and present at the attack and defeat of the rebel force posted on the first 
nag* of the Nepanl Hills in March 1869 (Medal). 



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14 Richard Tobln 

9 Edward Harford Lloyd, MB : 

8 Francis Howard, MD J 

d Frederick Joseph Byrne 

16 Albert John Clapp, MD 

6 Acheson George Bartley, MD 

22 William Alexander Gardiner 

19 William Hugh Jameson, MP 

1 John FitzGerald Brodie 

8 Henry William Alexander Mackinnon 

2 Sidney Keyworth Ray 

15 John Rota Murray,! MD 

32 Michael Cogan 

v Thomas Maunsell 

10 Richard John William Ortont 

18 Charles Stratheme Close 

ft Alexander Jennings, MD 

8 Samuel Gamble White, MD 

24. Wffltam Edward Riordan 

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F John Sabatier Frith, 81 Major, 28 Aug. 58; I.e. 30 Jan. 68 

24 William Hawtayne Parish 8 ' 

24 John Fulton,* 2 Executive Engineer, 1st Grade Department \ 
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24 Thomas Henry Salt, 84 Major 5 Aug. 04 

22 William Alexander Ross* 

22 George Oliver Rybot 86 

25 Affleck Fraser 87 , 

d Henry Montague Smith 88 ..••* 

16 James Edward Cordner 

f Walter Delane* . 

19 Edward Simeon 90 , 

22 Thomas Presant 91 

16 Alfred Digby Pennies 91 

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16 Wallis Dowell,** Major, 20 April 60 

22 Jas. Shaw Gibb, w Major, 28 Aug. 68 -, I.e. 22 Feb. 68 

24 Francis William Stubbs 97 

19 Alexander Gillespie 9 * 

17 William Wilson, 99 Major, 28 Aug. 68 5 L c. Mar. 08 

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25 Francis Hastings M'Leod 10 * 

25 Sir William Hamilton, 104 Bart., Brigade Major 

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25 Thomas ElKott Hughes, 105 Major 6 Aug. 04 •"• 

d.H. b. Henry Murray luC * 

21 William Brown 

19 Thomas Nicholl, 107 Commissary of Ordnance, 1st Class 

24 Edward Tierney, m Commissary of Ordnance, 2nd Class 

F Alexander H add en Lindsay 109 

16 Fra. Robert Butt, »'• Major, 5 Aog. 04 

o Thomas Parkyns Smith 111 

1 6 Arthur Rotton 113 

1 9 George Miller Dobbin » ■ » 

25 Patrick Charles Anderson 114 

19 Mordannt Martin FitzGerald lU 

22 Geo. Rennie Manderson 110 

22 Charles Yaughan Arbuckle l17 . * . . . ., .• * 

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24 VC Frederick Sleigh Roberts, 119 Major, 18 Not. 00 j I.e. } 

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22 Horatio Otto Hitchins 1 ". ] 

22 John Stetoart,' Commissary of Ordnance, Srd Class 

24 Edward Lindsay Hawkins** 1 

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16 Charles Hunter, iU Commissary of Ordnance, Srd Class 

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f Alexander Henry Davidson 14 * 

13 Edward Fraeer 14 * 

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p Hamilton Smithett "* 

c Andrew Donie 

19 Charles Edward Nairne 

19 Hector Monro 

r William Gully'* 

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24 Duncan Scott Pemberton 148 

19 William Robert Craster 11 * 

16 Edward Trevor Hume 1 * 

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25 Alexander Walker, Commissary of Ordnance, 2nd Class • 

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f Alfred Dixon » 

19 Edward Hart Dyke 1 * 1 

25 Anson Swinton 1 ** • 

d Henry De Grey Waiter 1M 

19 Edward Henry Ryan 

25 Percy Bury Raikes 

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19 Francis William Ward, 14 * Adjutant, 20 Feb. 67 

19 George Fred. Blackwood 

d Chan, Arthur Madan Warde 

d George Algernon Russell , 

22 Montagu Willis Ommanney 

16 John Arthur Tillard 

16 John Aires Low 1 * 4 

24 Christison Syme Jackson 

17 Henry Stephenson Clarke 1 * 8 

24 Robert James Abbott ,M> 

25 Alex. Samuel Heyland 1 * 

25 Newton, Dunnell Garrett, 19 * Commissary of Ordnance, 3rd Class 
24 Hugh Hildyard Murray 

18 Thomas James Charles Aylmer Studdy 

24 Wilby Albony Li ot 

19 George Henry Withers Bwbank 

13 Alfred Richard Tickell Chilton 

24 Hugh Ingram ETerard Ford, 1 " Adjutant, 28 Dec. 68 

c Montague George Browne, Adjutant, 1 Feb. 69 

22 John Harrey Annand 

24 William Bedford Troup 

22 George Gott Nelson 164 

24 Thomas Arnoll Davis 

22 Anthony Hepburn Murray • 

24 Ross Fendaii Lowi*, m Commissary of Ordnance, Zrd Close 
16 John Henry Alexander 

25 Pierce Thee. Henry Taylor 



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12 1 24 Spencer Cargill 

12 25 Hugh Latham 1 " 

j 12 a Harold John Kinsman 

M*i f Alfred Edward Garnault 146 

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1 12 I 24 Henry Cotton < 

12 I 22 James Charles 

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12 7 John Clinton Greene 

12 24 Saw. Francis Chapman w 

12 r Thomas Graham 

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Lewis William Taylor '. , 

John Frederick Free • . • . . 

19 James Andreio Sutherland Colquhoun, Commissary of Ordnance, Srd Glass 

v John Forbes* Meiklejohn 

22 Lionel Henry Septimus James 

o.c. Albert B. Cunningham 

F Edward John Machell 

tfHB Guilbert ft. Wyndham Malet 

6 John Philipps Cottam 

t Horace George Willis 

25 Vincent Game Fisher 

16 Harry Leith Mackenzie '. 

25 James Waterhouse 

22 Richard Bazett 

F John Butch art • • 

George Bannatyne Wymcr 

25 John Francis Cookesley ..#.. 

Michael Henry Saward 

IS Sholto Edmons. Pemberton 170 

▲ Robert William Smith , 

c Charles Halford Thompson 

• F Arthur S winton 

F Robert George Swayne Marshall , 

Dunbar Fraser Huyshe 

17 Arthur John Chambre Rawlins 

24 Fred. Alexander Wilson/ 71 * 

22 Arthur Conolly 1 " 

F Henry Shakespear Higginson 

24 Edward Harris Steel , 

22 Vincent Rivaz 

24 Edw. Joseph de Lantour 1 * 

25 James Edward Alexander 

y Alfred Tritton Wintle , 

, o Alexander Dingwall Anderson . * 

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10 Hugh Alexander Douglas 

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d Napier George Campbell 

28 Richard George Fred. Henegan • 

d Philip Daaaie Home 

17 John Richard Magrath 34 

25 John M'Kenzie Macintyre 5 * , 

20 William James Bradford 10 

17 James Blair ...» 

23 Francis Cobbe, Superintending Engineer, 2nd Class, 2nd Qrade, 

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20 George Godfrey Pearse^^fo/or, 2« April 59 

23 George Dangerfield, 2d Class Commissary of Ord. 17 June 64 

25 Alexander Harry Dawson 

17 Henry Wm. Lumsden 

23 Marmaduke Charles Lawson 88 

23 John Fred. Adolphus M'Nair, Colonial Engineer Straits 

Settlements, 19 Dec. 67 

23 James Smith Baird 40 

23 Lancelot Fra. Chcu. Thomas,* 1 Major, 28 Aug. 56; I.e. 14) 

June 69; 1st Class Commissary of Ordnance, Seeunderabad, > 

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23 Elliot Minto Playfair** Cantonment Magistrate and Judge of 1 

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20 Charles Raikes 

23 John Beanmont Swete 

23 Robert Cameron Henchy 

D Alexander John Ogilvie 44 

23 Everard Stepney Milman 44 

17 William David Forster 

23 Gustavus Frederic Blair 46 

20 Walter D'Oyly Kerrich, Brigade Major , 

20 Archibald Robertson Gloag 

17 Richard Aufrere Baker 

23 EardUy William ChUders, 3rd Class Commissary of Ord- \ 

nance, Bangalore, 19 Apr. 64 j 

20 RobertPope 49 

23 Thomas Ignatius Maria Hog 41 

20 George Haggard 

17 Francis Charles Trevor 

20 Duncan Johu M'Grigor 

d Benjamin Lumsden Gordon 

20 Joseph George Marshall 

23 Charles Joseph M'Mahon • 

20 Charles Edward Watson, Deputy Commissioner 4lk Grade,} 

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John Uoyes 

William Henry McCausland 

Frederick Edward Hadow" 

Francis Henry Thompson • « 

Francis Stafford Budd, Commissary of Ordnance, Zrd Class 

Horatio Po wys' Lane 49 , 

William Hall Caine,? Adjutant 6 May 67 , 

Wardlaw Manderaon . .' 

Charles Randolph Buckle 

Marmaduke Littlejohn Monokton , 

John Ford r , , 

Alexander Wynch , 

Isaac Ketchen 

Anthony Percy Bainbridge 

Stapleton Penny 

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Edward Thomas Ouchterlony 

Robert Thomas Hamond 

Charles Edward Pritchard 

Henry Lind Armstrong 

Walter Melville Derwent Wright 

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20 Henry FoliettPritehard 

22 Barton Yaldwyn 61 

20 James Frederick Pierson, instructor of Gunnery 

23 Alexander Chorley Davidson , • 

17 Hon. Albert Bouchard de Montmorency, Adjutant, 25 Nor. 68 

17 William Henry Montgomerie 

23 Will iam B isse t 

23 Patrick Murray Holland 

17 William Wyndham 



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20 William Eliott Lockfcart 

20 George Bean Macdonell .... 

20 Charles Edward Beid 

23 Thome* William Roberto, Inttructor of Gunnery 

23 Charles Clifford Saxton 64 

20 Charles Doyne A. Straker , 

20 William Andres Warren 6 * 

j> William Richard Charlei Brough ». 

20 Daniel Tincent Shortland 

20 Charles William Brereton , 

17 Hon. Hardress 8. O'Grady 

23 Robert Thompson 

20 Arthur Keeling Seacoroe 

23 John Graham Pollock 

d William Stanley Hebbert 

dHB Robert Alexander 

23 Percy Sanderson, 3rd doss Committary of Ordnance, 2 Oct. 66 

23 David Cowie 

23 George Fraser Eric S. Neill 

n Charles R. Eliott Wheatley 

20 Archibald Iver Maclaverty 

20 Mathew Richard West 

n George Roland Garobier, Inttructor of Gunnery 

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1 Sir Patrick Hontgomeiie serred In the Mahratta campaigns, Including the affair with Pindarees In Dec. 1816, battle o 
and sicg e of Nagporc, and as Brigade Major of Artillery at siege and itorm of the fortreas of Chandah. Throughout the 
Burmese war at 18*24-26 aa Brigade Major of Artillery, Including the capture of fiangoon, attack or Stockades on 28th Mar. 
attack of Kemundine, repulse of an attack on the Lines of Rangoon on 1st July, defence of the Dagon Pagoda lines from 
1st to 5th Dec., commanded detachment of Artillery with a column or attack on the enemy's Intrenched position before 
Rangoon on 4th Dec., and with the force which stormed the entrenched position st Kokayne on 15th Dec. 1824, present at 
the siege and capture of Donabew and capture of Promt, commanded Madras Artillery in the attack and storm of various 
intrenched positions before Prome between 1st and 6th Dec. 1825, commanded a battery at the att> ck and ttorrn of Melloon, 
mended a detachment of Artille»y In an affair at Pagbammew on 9th Feb. 1826 which terminated the war (four times 

tfemed in dispatches). Commanded the Artillery throughout the China Expedition of 1840.4V, including the first cap. 

tare of Chosen, operations in the Canton river in 1*41, repulse of the night attack on Nlngpoo, capture or Tsekee, Segoan 
Chapoo, Wooaung, and Shanghae (commanded a column of attack), assault and capture of Chinkiangfoo, snd demonstra- 
tion before Nankm (six times mentioned in dispatches, Medal). Haa the Indian War Medal with two Clasps for Nairoore 
and Asm, and waauominated a CB.on Her Majvaty's coronation In 1888. or 

1 General Conran served in the Mahratta Campaigns with Sir J. Doveton's force from 1814 to 1817. and with the 1st 
and 3rd Divisions of the Army of the Deccao In 181 7- la. Also present at the Siege of Asseerghur In 1819. 

4 Major General Moore served the latter part of the Burmese war in 1826 (Medal). Served throughout the first Chinese 
war of 1S40-48, including the Capture of Cbusan, attacks on Canton 16th March and 26th May 1841, Capture of Amoy 
1 Capture of Cfaue-n. Capture of Cbinhae and Nlngpo, repulse of the night attack at Nlngpo, action of the Tae 



Kee, Capture of Chapoo, Woosung. and Sbanthae, Storming of Chinkiangfoo, and operations before Nankin (Medal). 

5 Major General Balfour served with the Malacca field force in 1832-38. Campaign against Kumool in 1889, including the 
taking of Zoraporc. Served with the Expeditionary force in China throughout the war of 1840-42 (Medal), including the 1st 
and Ind captures of Chusan, attack and capture of Cbinhae, Ningpo, Tsekee, Segoan, Chapoo, Woosung, Shanghae. and 
Chinkiangfoo, and investment of Nankin. 

7 Colonel Orr served with a portion of the Nizam*a troops In Jan. 1847, Including the attack and surrender or the fort of 
Kandbal In the Deccan. Served « lth the Hingolee foice of the Nisam*sarmyin field service in May 1849 againet the Rohlllas 
and nan wounded at the affair of Gowrie. Commanded the Hyderabad Contingent field force assembled in Berar in July 
1857, and acted against insurgent Sepoys in Central India In October, Served throughout the Campaigns in Malwah 
Inciodiog the Capture of Peepttah and actions of Ramnle and Mundessore. Also throughout the Campaign of 1808 in 
Central India under Sir Hugh R< se, inctuning the actions of Muddenpore and Tal Behut, battle of the Belwa siege 
sad storming of Jhansl and Calpee, battle of Koonch, action of Galowlie, Belawah, and Gwalior (Medal with Clasp CB 
Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Aide de Camp to the Queen and Colonel, frequently mentioned In dispatches, and repeatedly thanked 
bj Governmeni). 

8 Colonel Barrow served with the field force against Kurnool In 1839. Serve d throughout the first Chinese war of 1840-43 
Includiog the attack of the heights o( Canton, Ann y, Chapoo, second Capture of Cbu>an, Nlngpo, heights of 8egoan' 
Wousnng, Shanghne, Nankin, and operations In the Yangtsekisng (Medal). Served in the Bundlecund field force in 1867.58 
and was present at the battle of Banda (Medal with Clasp for Central Inoia, and Brevet of Lt.Colonel). 

9 Brigadier Genernl Main served in the second Burmese war from July 1852 in command of a field Battery and was present 
at the occupation of Prome and Meeaday (Medal with Clasp). Commanded a troop of Horse Artillery with Madras Column of 
Sanger field force from Nov. 1857 to <8 April 1869, and was present at the battle of Banda (mentioned in disjatcbea) 
rehef of Klrwee, s»nd storming the heights of Punwarree— commanded light column of attack and mentioned in dlsnatchea 
(Brevet of Lt.Colooel, Medal with Clasp). v 

19 Colonel Balmain served the Coorg Campaign in April 1834 and was present In three affairs In charge of Artillery. 
Commanded operations and charge of Artillery at the capture of Nut chair, Hyderabad Country, and took active part in 
the assaatt on 18 June 1842 (conduct noticed for eminent spirit and gallantry). Employed in several expedition* 
tors In the N isam's dominions irom 1842 to 1851 . Conduct! d investment of and commanded Artillery at the 
fort of Bal Mihun in Dec, 18*0. Commanded Battery of Artl'Iery at the Siege of Dsioor in 1851. 



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(/«/« Madras Artillery). 

19 Colonel Macintirc served with the China expeditionary force in 1842 (Medal), and was present at the capture of 'Woosung, 
Shanghae, storm and capture of Ching-keang-foo and operations before Nankin. Commanded a detachment of Nizam's Cavalry 
<- at Goomsooronder General Dycein 1847. Commanded the 2nd Cavalry Hyderabad Contingent at the siege of Dhoroor,and against 
the Fort of Rainion, also at numerous affairs with Bohillahs in 1851-52 ; and at Sailoor where his horse was cut down under him in 
1854. Served with the Kamptee movable column with Colonel Millar's detachment at the attack and forcing of the Konah 
Pass on 27th Dee. 1857, on which occasion he took his men up an almost impassable ghaut in the face of a large bodv of 
the enemy several of whom were cut up on going to the top ot the hill. Commanded a detachment of the column in the Nnr- 
singpore uistrict in Jan. 1858, and made a dour across the Bhopal frontier, and seized a noted rebel with his followers and 
horses ; commanded a detachment on the great Deccan road when one of the posts at Snlawabad was attacked by a large body 
of rebels who were repulsed with loss by the Nagpore Rifles and detachment 28th Madras N.I.; was present at the attack o'f 
Jeeehan, attack of Kubrni, battle of Banda, and relief of Kirwco, under Major General Whitioek, on which oceasiom the Cavalry 
and Horse Artillery marched 85 miles in 37 hours — was at the attack of Kadha Govindoo's Anuy on the heights of runrarree 
and Duddree on the 29th Dec. Ib58 (Medal, Brevet of Major, and CB.). 

13 Colonel Hutchinson served in suppression of the Indian Rebellion from July 1857 to its termination, Includ- 
ing the pursuit or the rebels at Patna. 

14 Colonel Nuthalt served la the Expedition against Kurnool in 1839. Also with Brigadier Wbltlock's Column from 
28rd July to 31st Dec. 1857 during the Indian Mutiny. 

15 Colonel A. T. Cadell served throughout the China expedition of 1840-42, Including the capture of Chusan, attack on 
Chuenpee, capture of the Bogus Forts, attack on the heights of Canton, capture of Shanghae and Chinklangfoo (Medal). 

23 Lt.Colonel Stewart serve.! with the Expedition In China from 12th March 1842 to Kth Jan. 1843, and was present at 
the capture of Woosung and Shanghae, storming of Chlnki.wgfoo, and operations before Nankin (Medal). 

26 Lt Colonel Elvvyn commanded Artillery In Sumbulpore Districts during the Indian rebellion from January to 
March 1858. 

28 Lt.Colonel Mann served with the Expedition In China in 1857 and was present In the Naval Engagements in Escape 
and Fats bat i Creeks on the 25th, 2fith, 27th May, and 1st June (Medal with Clasp). 

30 Lt.Colonel Laurie served with the Nigool field force from 15th Jan. to 7th Feb. 1848 and was present at the taking of 
the stockade of Hurrithputterghur. Served in the second Burmese war from 3 1st March 1852, including the attack and 
capture of Rangoon, affairs of Kyonkyedurg and Gongho, and with a field force to Myoukkhala (ftledal). 

31 Lt.Colonel Carletun embarked for Turkey on 2nd Oct. 1855 as a Captain in the Osroanli Horse Artillery and served 
with that force until iis dlsbandment— was nominated to the fourth class of the Medjidi<*. 

82 Colonel Robert Cadell served on the Staff of the Turkish Army during the Russian war from October \SH Including 
the defence of Eupatoria, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and Omer Pacha's winter campaign in Mlngrelia (mentioned in dis- 

? etches. Crimean Medal with Clasp. Turkish Medal, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Brevet of Major). Served in tbe 
ndian Mutiny campaign in Bengal, Including the actions of Doomooreagunge, Baunriah, and Toolscepore (mentioned in 
dispatches, Bievet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

31 Captain Magrath served as a Volunteer with His Highness the Nizam's Troops in the affair at Bhuddrachcllnm on the 
9th June 1849. Served in the second Burmese war and present at the operations near Donabew— wounded in the left side 
while leading Infantry to the attack of the Stockade on 19th March 185:?— -Commanded the Artillery out of action the Basic 
day (Medal). As Political Officer accompanied an expedition against Rookies in 18G1. While in Civil Charge of the Eastern 
Frontier of Bengal attacked and defeated with severe loss a large force of Kookies which has quieted the Tribes ever since. 
Mentioned in dispatches and received the thanks of Government on every occasion of being under fire. 

35 Captain Macintyre served with local rank of Captain attached to the Ottoman Army in 1855, including the siege of 
Sebastopol, and battle of the Ingur in Alia Minor (Crimean Medal with Clasp, Turkish Medal, and 6th Class of tht 
Medjidie). Commanded the South gate port at Shanghae on the 18th, lDih, and 20th August 1860, when attacked by the 
rebels (mentioned in dispatehes). 

36 Captain Bradford served in the Indian Mutiny Campaign of 1857-59, Including the actions of Cbanda, Ummeerpore, 
Sultanpore, and siege of Lucknow (Medal). 

87 Major Pear>e served in the Punjaub Campaign of 1848-49, Including the siege and capture of Mooltan and battle of 
Soorjkoond (Medal with Clasp). At the head of 400O Irregular Troops brought Into subjection the valley of Khugao, 
which had broken out into rebellion in Nov. 1852. Served in the Indian Mutiny Campaign from its commencement in 1857 
to the 23rd August 1658 and was wounded on the 16ih Nov. 1857 (Brevet of Major, Medal). 

38 Captain Lawson was in action with the forces of the Rajah of Ghorapore on 8 Feb. 1858. 

40 Captain Balrd served in the Burmese war in 1852-53, including the capture of Martaban. and minor affairs (Medal 
with Clasp). 

41 Lt.Colonel Thomas served throughout the defence of the Residency of Lucknow in 1857, as also at the various actions at tbe 
Alum Bagh, and the Capture of Lucknow (mentioned in dispatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps, and a year's 
service). 

42 Captain E. M. Playfair served In the second Burmese war in 1863 (Medal). Also served in the Indian Mutiny cam* 
paign and was often engaged with the rebels in Inconsiderable actions. 

44 Captaius Ogilvie and Milman served with the SeeUbuldee combined field force during the Mutiny in June 1857, and with 
the Kamptee flying column from 9th Nov. to 31st Dec. 1858 (Medal). 

46 Captain Blair served in the second Burmese war in 1852-53 Including the attack On and capture of Rangoon, and 
capture of Prome (Medal with Clasp). 

49 Captain Pope served with the Saugor Field Division under Brigadier Whitioek in 1858 and was present at the affair of 
Kubraee, battle of Banda, surrender of Kurwee, and affair of Larcherra (mentioned In dispatches, Medal with Clasp). 

51 Captain Hosr served with the Saugor Field Division under Brigadier Whitioek in 1858 and was present at an action oa 
the 17th April (Medal). 

56 Captain Chamier was employed on field service against Hill Kareens lu Pegu from 11th April to 1st May 1856 and was 
present In tbe sction of Pabpore. Served in tbe Indian Mutiny Campaign from 29th May 1857 to 13 tb Sept. 1858, including 
the actions of Nusrutpore, Cbanda, Ummeerpore, and Sultanpore. siege and capture of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, and relief 
of Aslmghur (mentioned In dispatches. Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of Major). 

57 Captain Hadoar was present in several skirmishes In the Sumbulpore Country during the Mutiny in 1857-68. 

59 Captain Lane served in the Central India Campaign from July 1857 to May 1859, and was present at the affairs cf 
Moorwarrah and Budgaum, and at the attack of Konah Paaa (mentioned in dispatches, Medal with Clasp). 

60 Captain Came served in the Central India Campaign from July 1857 to May 1859, and was present at the affairs of 
Kuttinghee, Balacote, and Nurslnghur (Medal with Clasp). 

61 Captain Yaldwyn served in the Campaign of 1860 In China, Including the capture of the entrenched camp at 8!nho, assault 
and capture of the Taku Forts (Medal with Clasp). 

64 Lieut. Saxton served throughout the China Campaign of I860, and was present at the action of Sinho (Medal). 

65 Lieut. Wm. A. Warren served in the Campaign of 1860 in China. 

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War Services of the Officers of the Royal Artillery. 91 

1 Sir Wm. Colebrooke*s services :— Campaigns of 1800 and 10 In India; expedition to Java In 1811, including the 
action of Weltyvreden, In batteriea before Cornells (until wounded In the groin 82nd Anguat), and the siege and capture 
•/ Jokjakarta. Expedition to Palemhang, in Sumatra, 1813 $ campaign of 1817 and 18, in India, against the Plndarrees and 
Mahrattaa j campaign of 1818 and 19 in Southern India. Present also at the sieges of Raa-el-Kyhma and Zaya, Arab 
fortresses. Sir William has received the Silver War Medal with one Clasp for Java. 

9 General Wylde served in Holland in 1813 and 1814, and commanded a battery before Antwerp aud at the attack 
on Bergtn-op-Zoom. Was attached to the Horse Artillery with the Army of Occupation in Prance. In April 1884 
ncceeded Lord William Russell as Military Commissioner at the head-quarters of Don Pedro's army In Portugal, 
and continued with them until the Convention of Bvora Monte; and subsequently from November 1834 to 1840 at the 
head-quarters of the Spanish Army, and In all the general actions during that period, including the rsislng of the siege 
of Bilboa, for which he received the thanks of the Spanish Cortes. In Portugal, again, In 1846, duilng the Civil War, and 
signed the Convention of Oporto. He Is a Knight of Charles the Third, 2nd Class St. Fernando, and Commander of 
Isabella the Catholic. 

12 Genermi Chesney was employed, from 1829 to 1832, In examining the principal parts of Western Asia ; during 
which time, assisted only by a few Arabs, he descended the river Euphrates upon a Raft; and his reports to Government 
led to Parliamentary vote to extend our commercial relations in that quarter, and open a communication with India 
through Arabia His Majesty, through the Duke of Wellington, having conferred on him the rank of Colonel on a par- 
ticular service, he sailed early in 1835 with a detachment of Artillery, another of sappers, a proportion of seamen, and 
thirteen military and naval officers j with whose assistance Colonel Chesney accomplished the extraordinary achievement 
of transporting two iron steam vessels across Syria, and floating them in a perfect state on the Upper Euphrates, not 
very far fn*m Aleppo. In the early part of the navigation thus commenced, a fearful hurricane carried the smaller vessel 
and twenty or her men to the bottom, Colonel Chesney and eight others being saved by swimming. The Commander 
however, persevered ; and In the remaining vessel he not only completed the surveys of the river Euphrates, Tigris, and 
Kerreu, but continued the undertaking until it was turned over in the following year to the East Ind a Company. His 
late Majesty warmly approved of the intrepidity manifested in continuing the service after the calamitous loss of one- half 
of his farce, and the brevet rank of Major was bestowed on him by the King, which was followed by that of Lieut. Colonel 
by command of the Queen. 

U &ir Richard Dscres served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the Affairs of Bulganac and M'Kenzle's Farm, 
and battles of Alma, Bslakkava, and Inkerman (horse killed) : commando t the Royal Artillery at the repulse of the 
Baasiassin the sortie from Sevastopol on the 36th October) succeeded to the command of the Royal Artillery at the 
siege and fall of Sebastopol, after Brigadier General Strangways was killed at Inkerman on the 5th Nov. It 54 (Medal 
with fear Clasps, KCB., Commander of the Legion of Honor, Commander 1st Class Military Order of 8avoy, 2nd Class 
of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

14 Sir William Fenwick Williams commanded the Turkish army at the defence of Kara, and for bis distinguished 
services was promoted Major-General, nominated a KCB., and created a Baronet ; has also received the First Class of the 
Turkish Order of the Medjidie, and Is a Grand Officer of the French Legion of Honor. 

15 Sir John Edward Dupuis served on the north coast of Spain 1836, 7, and 8, in co.operatiou with the Spauish army, hi* 
doding the field actions of the 10th, 12tb, Uth, aud l«th March, and the action of Hernani, on the 14th May 1837, besides 
various other minor affairs (1st Class of San Fernar.dn). Served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles 
of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman. siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, CB., Commander of the Legion 
of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 3rd Class of the Medjidie). Commanded the Royal Artillery in India from 
Oct. 1*57 to Feb. 1859, and was present at the action of Fandoo Nuddee 26th Nov., operations of the 27th, 28th and 2Jrth 
Nov. before Cawnpore, and battle there on the 6th Dec. 1857 — twice mentioned in despatches (Medal J. 

16 Liout. General Sabine served the campaign on the Niagara Frontier in 1814, and commanded the batteries at the 
«e«e of Fort Erie In Aagust and September. 

17 Sir William Bell's services :— Capture of the islands of St. Thomas and St. Croix in 1807 1 siege of fort Desalx 
Martinique ; capture of Les Saintea, near Guadeloupe, and bombardment and driving from the auchorage the French fleet 
la lot*; capture of Guadeloupe and adjacent Islanda in 1810. Served in the Peninsula and France from July 1813 to July 
1814. including the pasaage of the Bidassoa, Nivelle, Nive, and four days' engagements near Bayonne j passage of the 
Adoor, investment of Bayonne, affairs at Vic Bigorre, and Tarbes, passage of the Garonne, and subr rquent operations to 
the battle of Toulouse where he was slightly wounded. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battles of Quatre 
Bras and Waterloo, and capture of Paris. He has the Silver War Medal with five Clasps. 

18 Ueot. General England served the expedition to the Weser in 1806 and 6 j to the Cape of Good Hope and South 
Asnerkain 1806 and 7} campaign of 1818 lu the Peninsula, including the battle of Vittoria and siege of San Sebastian, 
for which he has received the Silver Wsr Medal with two Claspa. 

19 Lieut-General Gordon Higgins commanded the Royal Artillery throughout the Syrian campaign, and the British 
Detachments of the Expedition at the bombardment and capture of Beyrout on the Hh Oct. 18-10. Commanded the 
Roral Artillery at the bombardment and capture of St. Jean d'Acre on the 3rd Nov. 1840 (Brevet of Lt. Colonel, War 
Medal with one Clasp for Syria, Turkish Gold Medal, the Diamond Order— Nlaham Iftihar— and Sabre of Honor from the 
Saltan for bis services at the Camp at D'Junie). 

21 Iirut.General Francis Warde was present at the defence of Cadiz and at the battle of Waterloo. 

22 Sir William Bates Ingilby served in the Peninsula from July 1810 to Jan. 1813, including the sieges of Cludad Rodrigo, 
Forts of Salamanca (wounded), and Burgos ; and the battles of Busaco, Fuentes d'Onor, and Salamanca. Served also 
the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of Waterloo. He has the Silver War Medal with four Claspa. 

23 Sir John Bloomneld served In the Peninsula and France, from March 1813 to June 1814, including the battle of 
Vittoria, siege of San Sebastian, crossing the Bidassoa, and battles of the Nivelle, Nive, Orthes. and Toulouse. Served 
saw the campaign of 1815, including the battle or Waterloo. He has received the Silver War Medal with six Clasps. 

34 Lieut. General Cup ^ age served in the Peninsula and France, from February to August 1814, and was present at the 
repulse of the Sortie from Bayonne, Served also the campaign of lb 15, including the battle of Waterloo. 

25 Sir John St. George served the Eastern campaign of 1855, and commanded the siege train at the fall of Sebastopol 
(Medal with Clasp. CB.. Officer of the Legion of Honor, 4th Class of the Medjidie, snd Turkish Medal). 

27 Sir Edward Charles Warde served in the Eastern campaign of 1855, in command of the siege train before Sebastopol, 
and was present at the bombardments of April and June (6th and 17th), (Medal with Clasp, CB. t Officer of the Legion of 
Honor, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

fc» Major General Taylor served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol in 1855 in command of the Artillery of the Highland 
Striata (Medal with Clasp. 5th Class of the Medjidie, snd Turkish Medal). 

29 Major General Aakwith has the decorations of 1st Class 8t. Fernando, Commander Isabella the Cahollc, and Knight 
of Charles the Third. 

31 Sir David Edward Wood commanded the Royal Artillery on the Fastern frontier of the Cape of Good Hope during 
the in surrection of the Boers and Caffres in 1842-43 (MedaT. Served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, and commanded 
the Royal Artillery of the 4th Division at the battles of Balaklava and Inkerman, repulse of the sortie on the 26th Oct. 
1854, and during the aiege of Sebastopol, until the final capture ot the town j was afterwards removed to the command of 
the Royal Horse Artillery, whkh he commanded until the close of the war in June 1856 (Medal with three Clasps, CB. t 
Officer of the Legion of Honour, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkiah Medal). Commanded the Royal Horse Artillery 
m India from Oct. 1857 to Feb. 1859 ; commanded the Royal Horse Artillery in the affair of Pandora, where they acted as 
eavafary and charged and defeated a large force of rebel Sepoys; commanded as Brigadier the Field Artillery in the opera- 
tions previous to snd during the siege of Lucknow, and at the conclusion of the siege and final capture of the town 
commanded the whole of the Artillery until the army was broken up. Subsequently to the capture of Lucknow was 
appointed to como-and the Station and Fort of Allahabad, and carried on the successful operations against the rebels In 
that part of the country — four times mentioned in despatches (Medal and Clasp, KCB). 

32 Major General Fltsmayer served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affairs of Bulganac and M'Kensie's 
Farm, battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the 26 ih October 1854) was 
complimented on parade by Sir De Lacy Evans for his manner of bringing the Artillery at the Alma undex " the hottest 
fire," and was again thanked by Sir De Lacy, and twice mentioned In his Despatch on the repulse of the sortie on 
24th October 1854 (Medal with three Clasps, CB., Officer of the Legion of Honor, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and 
Turkish Medal). 

33 Major General Francklyn served in the Eastern campaign of 1855, and commanded the siege train of the left attack 
before Sebastopol, and was present at the bombardments of the 6th and 17th June (Medal with Clasp, CB., 5th Class 
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92 War Services of the Officers of the Royal Artillery. 

94 Major General Gambler aerred in the Eastern campaign In 1854 in command of the siege train before 8ebastopol, and 
was present at the bombardment of October, and at the battle of Inkerman (severely wounded, Medal with two Claspi, 
OB., 6th Clan of the Medjldle, and Turkish Medal). 

86 Colonel Rowan Mired the Syrian campaign (Medal). Also the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, Including the battle of 
Inkerman and siege of Sebastopol, In the trenches with the siege train and bombardment of October (Medal with two 
Clasps, CB., 5th Class of the Medjldie, and Turkish Medal). 

88 Colonel PbiUpotte served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol in 1865 (Medal with Chap. 6th Class of the Medhdie, 
and Turkish Medal)) has also received the Syrian Medal of 1841. 

40 Colonel Price commanded the Artillery of the Rajpootana field force under General Roberts at the rapture of Kotah 
on SO March 1858, and at the action of Saugor, and defeat of the rebels on the right bank of the Bunnas (mentioned to 
despatches, CB., and Medal). 

41 Colonel Wodebouse served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affairs of Bulganac and M'Kentie's Farm, 
the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman (horse killed), siege of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the Wth 
October 1854 (three times mentioned in despatches, Medal with four Clasps, CB., Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th 
Class of the Medjldle, and Turkish Medal). 

42 Colonel Maberly commanded the Artillery of the Jounpore field force under General Franks in the actions of Chsnda 
and Sultanpore ; also present at the siege and capture of Lucknow in March 1858, and with Grant's Column in the actions 
at Koorsee and Barree (four times mentioned in despatcbea, CB. t and Medal with Clasp. 

43 Major General Dickson served on the staff of Lord Raglan during the campaign of 1654-65, and was present at the 
affairs of Bulganac and M'Kenzie's Farm, the battles of Anna and Inkerman, capture of Balaklava, expedition to Kertch, 
and siege of Sebastopol (wounded 4tb Feb. 1855) : commanded the right siega train, and was present at the bombardment of 
October, April, and June 17th (Medal with four Clasps, CB., Aide de Camp to the Queen and Colonel, Victoria Cross, 
Officer of the Legion of Honor, 2nd Clam of the Medjldle, and Turkish Medal). He Is also a Knight of Charles the 
Third, 1st Class St. Fernando, and Knight of Isabella the Catholic. 

46 Colonel Adye served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as Assfst.Adj;General of Royal Artillery, and was present at 
the affairs of Bulganac and M'Kenzie's Farm, the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, capture of Balaklava Castle, 
siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, CB., Officer of the Legion of Honour, 4th Class of the Medjldie, 
and Turkish Medal). Served In India in 1857-58 as Assist.AdJ General of Royal Artillery, and was present at the action of 
Pandoo Nuddy 26 Nov., operations before Cawnpore under Gen. Windham 27th, 28th, and 29th Nov., battle of Cawnpore 
and defeat of the Gwallor Contingent 6th Dec. 1857 (three times mentioned in despatches, Medal). Employed on special 
Service with the Expedition of 1863 against the tribes on the North West Frontier of India, and was present at the 
Storm of Laloo, capture of Umbeylah, and destruction of Mulkah. 

47 Colonel H. L. Gardiner served hi the operations at Prescott in Upper Canada in 1888. Also in the parsult of Tantia 
Topee in Central India in 1858. 

48 Major C. W. Eigte, Captains A. H. C. Hamilton, Dyce, and Hon. R. V. Dillon, were at the capture of Canton in Dec. 
1857 (Medal with Clasp). 

49 Colonel Younghusband served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, Including the battle of Inkerman and siege of 
Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

80 Colonel D'Aguilar served the Eastern campaign of 1864-55, Including the battle of Inkerman (horse shot) and siege 
of Sebastopol, In the trenches with the siege train, and at the bombardment of October (Medal with Clasps, CB., 6th 
Class of the Medjldle, and Turkish Medal. Served the Indian campaign of 1857-68, and commanded the Artillery of 
General Franks' force at the action or 8ecundra, also commanded the Royal Horse Artillery at the siege and capture of 
Locknow (three times mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

52 Colonel Thompson served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol in 1855 (Medal and Clasp, 6th Class of the Medjldie, 
and Turkish Medal). 

63 Colonel Williams commanded the Royal Artillery in New Zealand in 1881-60 during the Waitato, Tauranga, and 
Wanganui Campaigns, and was present at Rangiawhia, Ifacrini, Gate Pah, Nukumaru, and several minor affairs (twice men- 
tioned in dispatches, CB). 

55 Colonel John Turner was present at the capture of Port Natal on the 26th June 1849. Served also the Eastern 
campaign of 1854-65, including the affair at M'Kenxle's Farm, the battlrs of Alma and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, and 
repulse of the sortie on the 26th October 1854 (Medal with three Clasps, CB., Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class 
of the Medjldie, and Turkish Medal). Received the Brevet of Lt. Colonel for distinguished service at the battle of Aims 
in crossing the river with two guns, ascending the heights and enfilading the Russian columns. Commanded a troop of 
Royal Horse Artillery In India In 1858-50. 

56 Colonels Fisher and Clifford served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol in 1855 (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish 
Medal). Colonel Clifford has the 5th Class of the Medjldie. ' ' 

67 Colonel Loogden served in the Indian Campaign of 1857-58, including the relief of LucVhow by Lord Clyde, battle 
of Cawnpore (commanded the 18-Pounder Battery) and subsequent engagement at Subtfftiar'a Tank— wounded (lour 
times mentioned in dispatches, Brevet Of Major, Medal with Clasp). '!* " 

58 Colonel Middleton served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde 
(wounded, and two horses killed), battle of Cawnpore, actions of Serai Ghat (commanded the Artillery), Chaoda, Uweer- 
pore, and Sultanpore, siege and capture of Lucknow, Including the attack upon the Moulvle's Mosque and Moosa Bag b, 
action of Barree, capture of Rampore Kussie (commanded the Artillery), commanded a troop of Royal Horse Artillery at 
the passage of the Gogra at Fyzabad, and affair of Muchagawn (nine tlmea mentioned In despatcbea. Brevets of Major 
and Lt.Colonel, CB., Medal with two Clasps). 

59 Colonel Gibbon served In the Crimea from 18th May 1855, in command of a Field Battery, and for nearly three 
months the Artillery of the 4th Division, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 
Served in India in 1857.58, waa with Outranks force at the siege and capture of Lucknow, where he commanded the 
Artillery of Brigadier- General Walpole's Division, and was specially recommended for promotion as having "distinguished 
himself throughout the operations, particularly on the 9th and 1 1th March, 1858." Commanded the Artillery of Sir Hope 
Grant's Column in the action of Simree— severely wounded (five times mentioned In despatches, Brevet of Major, Co* 
Medal with Clasp). 

60 Colonel Anderson served during the operations on the Ylang-tse-Klang in China in 1842, including the storm and 
capture of Chin Klang Foo ; also the demonstration before Nankin (Medal). Served the Eastern campaign of 185445, 
including the affaire of Bulganac and M'Kenzie's Farm, battle of Alma, capture of Balaklava, and siege of Sebastopol 
(Medal with three Clasps, CB., 5th Class of the Medjldle, and Turkish Medal). Served In Indra in 1857.58, and was at 
the action of Pandora where a portion of his troop acted aa Cavalry j commanded the Artillery df Grant's division at the 
capture of Meangunge, also at the siege and capture of Lncknow (four times mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Col., 
Medal with Clasp). 

61 Colonel H. F. Strange served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, In6lddlng the affairs of Bulganac and M'Kenxle i 
Farm, the battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege and' fall of Sebastopol, in the trenches with the siege tram, 
and at the bombardments of Oct., April, 6th aad 17th June (Medal with three Clasps, CB., Knight of the Legion or 
Honor, 5th Class of the Medjldie, and Turkish Medal). . 

62 Colonel Franklin served the Eastern campaign of 1854.55, including the battle of Alma and siege of Sebastopol 
(Medal with two Clasps, CB., 5th Class of the Medjldle, and Turkish Medal). 

68 Colonels Hawkins and Shaw, Captains Humfrey and Anley, served In the Eastern campaign in 1855, in toe 
trenches with the siege train before Sebastopol, and at the bombardments of April and 6th and 17th June (Medal ana 
Clasp, Sardinian and Turkish Medals). Colonel Hawkins and Lt.Colonel Shaw have the 6th Clsss of the Medjldle. 

64 Colonels Mackny, Council, Lennox, and Pigou, Lt.Colonels Newton, Vesey, and H. A. Smyth served at the siege 
and fall of Sebaatopol In 1855 (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Colonel Lennox, Lt.Cols. Plgon and Newton 
have the 5th Class of the Medjldle. 

65 Colonel Grant served In the Eastern campaign from 18th Jan. 1855, in the trenches with the siege train, including 
the siege and fail of Sebastopol, and bombardments of April and 6th and 17th June (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, 
Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjldie, with Turkish Medal). .'. 

66 Colonel Johnson and Lt.Colonel Gleig served In the Eastern campaign of 1854-56, Including the siege and 
fall of Sebaatopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). ' Colonel Johnson has the 5th Class of the Medjldle. 

67 Colonel M'Crea In command of three batteries R. Artillery and a detachment of the 41st Regt. (with Cants. 
Purcell, Tottenham, Richardson, Wardell, and E. Hay Cameron, and Lieut. Saunders) was present in the revolution *hleh 
upset the Emperor Faaatl In Haytl In Jan. 1858; landed and protected the Europeans at Fort au Prince, and carried on 

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War Services of the Officers of the Royal Artillery. 92a 

taeBoperor bis family tnd ministers : received the thanks of the English and the French Governments, and the Breret 

6d Colonel Deaboroogh aerred with the China expedition of I860, and was present at Slnho, Tangku, capture of the 
Takn forts actions near Tsngchow, and surrender of r*ekin (Brevet of Lt.ColODel, Medal with two Clasps). 

© Colonel Henry served In the Eastern campaign of 1855, in the trenches with the siege train before Sebastopol 
•rrerelv wounded), and at tbe bombardments of April and June (6th and 17th) : Medal with Clasp, Brevets of Major and 
UCoL Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie. 

70 Colonel Plpon served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including tbe affairs of Bulganac and M'Kensle'a Farm, the 
Littles of Alma and Baiaklava. siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet Major, Sardinian and Turkish 
at«UJs. and 5th Claaa of the Medjidie). 

71 Colonel Hamley aerred the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affairs of Bulganac and M'Kensie's Farm, 
the battles of Alma (horse shot), Baiaklava, and Inkerman (horse killed), tbe siege and fall of Sebastopol, and repulse 
of the sortie on the 26th October 1854 (Medal with four Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt.Col., Knight of the Legion of 
Honor Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

;•> Co'onet Field served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 aa D. A. Q. M. G. to the Royal Artillery, and was present at 
thesiege and fall or Sebastopol, and with the expedition to Kertch (Medal with Claap, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th 
Class of tbe Medjidie, and Turkiah Medal) . 

73 Colonel Hon. D. M'D. Fraser served In the Eastern campaign of 1854.55, including the battle of Inkerman and 
licit of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Commanded a troop of 
Rotal Horse Artillery in the action at Hyderghur 29th Nov. 1858, defeat of a rebel force at Bujeedla, capture of Fort 
Moietdis. and action at Bankee (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal). 

74 LLCokoei Robinson commanded the Royal Artillery of the 1st Division In the Kaffir war of 1851-53 (Medal). 

75 Colonel Blddulph served the Eaatern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, Baiaklava, and Inkerman 
sad siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, und 
TVukbh Medal) 

76 U Cols. MUman, Arbuthnot (twice wounded), Hastings, and FlUHugh served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol, 
in ihe trenches with the siege train, and at tbe bombardments of 6th and 17th June (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the 

77 Colonel Kotton aerred at Canton with the force under Rear Admiral Seymour In 1856-57 j present at tbe capture 
of Canton is Dec. 1857 j and served with the expedition of 1860, including the action of Slnho, taking of Tangku and 
cloture of the Takn forts (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with two Clasps). 

78 LuCol Ommanney was present at the affair of Futtyabad 6 March 1858 } commanded tbe Artillery of the 1st Brigade 
Cestui India Field Force under Sir Hugh Rose at the capture of Chandalree Fort, siege and capture of Jhansl and action 
on the Betwa • also commanded the Artillery of that force In the attack on Koonch and captuie of Calpee , and served 
with Dof s Column at tbe affair of Sahuo (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, MedaJI. 

§0 Lt.Colonel Colcioosjh was nominated to the 4thCUss of the Medjidie for services with the late Osmanll Horse 

si Colonel Mtlward served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1855 (Medal with Clasp, and Turkiah Medal). Served with 
tfteextxdition to China in I860, and waa present at Slnho, Tangku, and capture of Takn forts; D. A. Q. 51. Gen. on Capt. 
Biataason heme taken prisoner (Brevet of Major. Medal with Clasp). Commanded a DivUiou of Artillery consisting of the 
•vo Batteries of Steel Mountain Ordnance throughout the Abyssinian Campaign from January 1868; commanded a Wing 
rf the Brisade eoaaeed In the action of Arogee, and was present at the Capture of Magdala j was selected aa the Bearer of 
the Dispatches (mentioned In dispatches, CB., Aide de Camp to the Queen and Colonel, and Medal). 

£ Li Colonel Chermslde served In the Eastern campaign of 1851-55 as Adjutant to the alege train, Including the 
■fewof'sehastjODol * was present at tte battle of Inkerman with the two heavy 18- Pounder Guns under Colonels Gambler 
ITlXkVonTMedal with two Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie. Turkish Medal, and Brevet of Major). 

m Ll ColonVl Anson served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1855 in the tranches with the siege train, and at the bombard- 
ed tf^ind 17th Jsme (Medal with Clasp, 5th Claas of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

M Colonel Gordon aerred in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including tbe battles of Alma, Baiaklava, and Inkerman, 
nensndeaotore of Sevastopol (Medal with four Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, Brevets of Major and Lt.Col.. 
ssd'&th Class of the Medjidie, served in India in 1857-58, and was present at the actions of Pandora and Doundeakeira 

*" Lt ColooelTfoubray aerred in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of Inkerman, siege and fall of 
Sehutoool f wounded In the trenches) with the siege train, bombardments of October and April, and battle cf Tchernsya 
'HedahrUh two Clasps, Brevet Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkiah Medals, and 5th Class of 

rf Lt Colonel Boothbv served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, Including the affair of M'Kensie's Farm, the bsttles 
tf Alii and Inkerman, the siege of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the 26th Oct. 1854 (Medal with three Clasps, 
KBieht of the Lesion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

Colonel Hon E T. Gage served the Esstern campaign of 18*4-65 as Brigade Major to the Royal Artillery, and was 
Bnsnit at the attain of Bulganac and M'Kensie's Farm, the battles of Alma, Baiaklava, and Inkerman, capture of Bala. 
Wsieee anoT fall of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt.Col., Sardinian and Turkish Medals, 
ladith Class of the Medjidie) ; was also present with the Turkish army under Omar Pasha during the operations at 
Ba&Sckurti Ginrgevo/in the aummer of 1854, and has received the Gold Medal for the campaign on the Danube, 

^sTantaVSatlv served in the New Zealand War in 1864-66, including the Waikato Campaign and action at Orakau (Men- 
tal ia duoatehes) in command of a Battery ; also during the Wanganui Campaign, and commanded the field guns in action 
ee the Pateanver in March 1865, and in other skirmishes on the Wanganui Coast, and present at the attack ancT defeat of the 

> S r LlcotonefThrlr«served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol in 1855 (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served 
to India in 1857-58, including the actions of Setundra, Chanda, and Sultanpore, siege and capture of Lucknow, and relief 
of A.hnsl.«r (five times mentioned In despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). ...... ^ 

» LtColonelBent waa nominated to the 4th Class of the Medjidie for services, as Brigade Major, with the late Osmanll 

fflLLCnwi Turner served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, Including tbe battles of Baiaklava and Inkerman 
(fttrirf ' t2 : alawVand fall of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the 2«th October 1854 (Medal with three 
tIZTft£i7urt»Y Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

£ ilfrtonel ^yma^nSet the siege and fall of Sebastopol In 1855 (Medal with Clasp.Sth Class of the Medjidie, 

**te l» rttLtftllMtc served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55. including the battles of Alma, Baiaklava, and Inkerman 
tb^ieg^f^estopol, imd repulse of the sortie on the 26th October 1854 (Medal with lour Clasps, CB., 5th Class of 

^H^^^S^lrm^ in the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the siege of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, 

' 97 U.Cokmel Slneleton served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affairs of Bulganac and M'Kensie's 
Fan the battles of Alma, Baiaklava, and Inkerman, the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the 
*th October 1854 fMedal with four Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish 
Medal,. Served In India In 1858, and commanded the Artillery in tbe repulse of the mutinous Sepoys at Mooltan on 

W^LCoionel ReUrv served as a Brigade Major in the Eastern Campaign of 185455, In the trenches with the siege 
ti£letoc£bss«^ April and 6th and 17th June (Medal with Clasp, CB. f Breret 

of Mate Knl^ofthe Lesrion of Honor. 6th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

StSoSS^u^TS^t the siege and fall of Sebastopol in 1855 (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Med.!). 

1* Coloael C H. Smith served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol, In the trenches with the siege train, a.d at the 
tmbardments of 6th and 17th June (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, and Turkish Medal), served the Indian 



euapatga of 1857-66. Including the battle of Cawnpore on the 6tb Dec, and affair of KaJee Nuddy and commanded the 
AniUerya theafclr of Kankur, and operations before Sendee (twice mentioned in dispatches, Brevet of Lt.Colouel, 

Meda 
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1»» UCotaatl i. L. Bolton frrtt In th« Extern campaign of 18M-W, lncluol-.j the Hop of Sobutopol (Modal with 



92fc War Services of the Officers of the Royal Artillery. 

Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 8erved In India In 1857-58, and commanded the Artillery In the action at Pertabghur— 
wounded (Medal). 

102 Lt.Colonel Soady served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, in the trenches with the siege train before Sebastopol, 
and at the bombardments of April and 6th and 17th Jnne (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish 
Medal). Served also in the Indian campaign in 1858-59, and commanded a field battery attached to the force under 
Lt»Col. Walker in the attack and defeat of the rebels occupying the fort and Jangle of Bungaon, in April 18ft* (mentioned 
In diapatch, Medal). 

103 Lt.Colonel Godby served at the siege and full of Sebastopol In the trenches with the siege train, including the 
bombardments of 6th and 17th Jnne (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, and Turkish Medal). 

104 Lt.Colonel D. S. Greene served in India in 1857-58, Including the action of Pandoo Nuddee, operations of the 
27th, 38th and 29th of Nov. before Cawnpore and battle there on the 6th Dec. (four times mentioned In despatches, Brevet 
of Major, and Medal). 

106 Colonel Barry served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 including the battles of Alms, Balaklava, and Inkenaan, 
and siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, Brevet Major, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, sod 5th Chus of 
the Medjidie). Served In India In 1857-58, Including the relief of the garrison of Lucknow, battle of Cawnpoie, siege and 
capture of Lucknow— severely wounded (twice mentioned In despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with two Clasps). 
Served with the expedition to Chins in 18(H), snd wss present at Sinho, Tangku, capture of Taku Forts, actions near 
Tangchow, and surrender of Pekln (CB. t Medal with two Claspi). 

106 Lt.Colonel Carthew served In the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 In the trenches with the siege train before Seba*topoJ 
Including the bombardments oi* April and 6th and 17th June (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, Kuight of the 
Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, snd Turkish Medal). 

107 Major Hay served ss Assistant Adjutant General of Artillery with the expedition to China in I860, and waa 
present at Sinho, Tangku, capture of Taku Forts, actions near Tangchow, and surrender of Pekin (Brevet of Major, Medal 
with two Clasps). 

108 Lt.Colonel Spunvay served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of Inkerman, siege and fall of 
Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, Brevet Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

109 Colonel Mlchell served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, Including the battles of Alma and Balaklava, and siege 
of Sebastopol (Medal with three Claips, Brevet Major, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and the 5th Class of the Medjidie). 
Served the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the itorm and capture of Meangunge, siege and capture of Lucknow, 
and commanded the Royal Horse Artillery st the affair of Tigree, relief of Az«mghur, action near Asimutghur, operations 
In the Jungle and capture of Jugdespore, attack and capture of Tlroul (four times mentioned in despatches, Brevet of 
Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

111 Major Bedingfeld served with the expedition to China in 1860, and was present at the capture of the Taku 
Forts and surrender of Pekln (Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clatps). 

112 Major Govan served with the expedition to China in 1860, ana was present at Sinho, Tangku, and capture of Takn 
Forts (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). Also served in the operations against the Taeplngs in the vicinity of Shanghai 
in April snd May 1862. 

113 Lt.Colonel Ingilby served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affairs of Bnlganac and M' Ken tie's 
Farm, the bsttles or Alma, Balnklava, and Inkerman (severely wounded), the siege of 3ebastopol, and repulse of the 
sortie on the 26th October 1854 (Medal with four Clasps, Brevet of Msjor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of 
the Medjidie). 

114 Colonel Yates served the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the affair at BI'Kenzle's Farm, battles of Alma and 
Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol , and repulse of the sortie on the 26th October 1854 (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet Major, 
Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Served the Indian campaign of 1857-58, present at tbe 
action of Secundra, siege snd capture of Lucknow, commanded Royal Horse Artillery at the affairs of Saragunge on 23rd 
and 29th of July, also commanded tbe Artillery in the actions at Snltanpore on lath and 28th Aug. 1858 (three times 
mentioned In despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

115 Lt.Colonel W. J. Williams served at the siege snd fall of Sebastopol tn 1655 (wounded) In trenches with siege train* 
and at bombardments of 6th and 17th June (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

116 Lt.Colonel C . F. Young served In India In 1858, and was present at the siege and capture of Lucknow, relief of Ailmghur, 
operations in the Jungle and capture of Jugdespore (twice mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Major. and Medal). 

117 Colonel Pennyculck served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, Including the battle of Inkerman, and siege of 
Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, snd 5th Class of the Medjidie). Served in the Indian 
campaign of 1857-58, Including the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, battle of Cawnpore on tbe 6th Dec, actions of 
Seria Ghat, Chanda, and Sultanpore, siege and capture of Lucknow, and action of Barree (Medal with two Clasps ). 
Served with the expedition to China in 1860, and was present st Tangku, capture of Taku Forts, and surrender of Pekin 
(Medal with two Clasps, and Brevet of Lt.Colonel). 

118 Lt.Colonel Oldersbaw served In the Eastern campaign of 1855, including the siege of Sebastopol in the trenches with 
the siege train and bombardment of April; was employed on special service in 1665-56 (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major. 
5tb Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

119 Colonel N. O. S. Turner served at the siege and mil of Sebastopol in 1855 (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, 
5th Class of the Medjidie, snd Turkish Medal). Served in India la 1858, snd was present at the tlege and capture of Luck- 
noiv, affair of Tigree, relief of Azlinghur, action near Asimutghur, operations in the Jungle snd capture of Jugdespore ; as 
Brigade Major to the Oude field force under Lord Clyde in 1858-59, and present at the capture of the fort of Amathei, and 
action of Dundelkera (three times mentioned in despatches, Brevet oi Lt Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

120 Lt.Colonel Henry served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol 
(Medal with two Clasps, Brevet Major, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, ana 6th Class of the Medjidie). Served in the Indian 
campaign in 1858-59 and commanded a field battery attached to Colonel Kelly's force in the attack and defeat of the rebel 
forces posted on the first range of the Nepaul Hills, on the 25th and 28th March 1859 (mentioned in despatch, Medal). 

121 Major P. J. Campbell served m the Kaffir war of 1851-53 (Medal). Also at the siege and fall of Sebastopol In 
1855 (Medal with Clasp and Turkish Medal\ 

122 Major Twias served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1655 (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served at Canton 
with the force under Rear Admiral Seymour in 1856-67. 

123 Lt.Colonel B. Curtis served in the trenches with the siege train at the siege and fail of Sebastopol in 1855 (Medal 
with Clasp, Turkish Medal, and Brevet of Major). 

124 Major Slevwright served at tbe siege and fall of Sebastopol in 1855 (Medsl with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

125 Lt.Colonel Hope served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol 
(wounded), in the trenches with the siege train, and at the bombardments of October, April, and 6th and 17th June 
(Medal with two Clasps, Brevet Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

126 Lt.Colonel Brendon served the Eastern campaign of 1854.55, including the affairs of M'Kenxie's Farm, the battles of 
Alma and Inkerman, the siege of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the 26th Oct. 1854 (Medal with three Clasps. 
5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

127 Lt.Colonel de Havllland served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Balaklava, and 
siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet Msjor, and Turkish Medal). 

128 Lt Colonel Lukin served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and 
siege of Sebastopol, in the trenches with the siege trsln, and at the bombardments of April, 6th and 17th June, 17th 
August, and 8th September (Mentioned in dispatches, Medsl with four Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5ih Class 
of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Was selected to be sent home with Trophies from Sebaatoi ol, and had the honor 
of presenting them to Her Majeaty tbe Queen and his Royal Highness Prince Albert in the Royal Arsenal at Woolwich. 

130 Lt.Co!oael Davis served at the siege and fall of Sebastopo*, and st the battle of Tchernaya, in 1855 (Medal with Clasp 
Victoria Cross, 5th Clsss of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

131 Lt.Colonel Bredin served in the Eastern Campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of Inkerman and siege of Sebas- 
topol (Medal with two Clasps, Brevet of Major, and Turkish Medsl); was nominated to the 4th Class of the Medjidie for 
services with the late Oamanli Horse Artillery. 

132 Lt. Colonel W. J. Bolton served In the Eastern campaign of 1851-55, in the trenches with the siege train throughout 
the siege of Sebastopol, including the bombardments of October, April, 6th and 17th June, 1 7 ih August, and Ptb September • 
waa alao present at the battle of Inkerman (mentioned in despatches, Medal with two Clasps, Knight of the Legion of 
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ii? ftP^??o 8,acta i p ■ erTOl *&• Ka»tern campaign of 1854-55, In the trenches during the bombardment of the 17th Oct. 
iSi, with U» 18-pounder guns at the battle of Inkerman, and bombardment of 10th April 1855. Severely wounded, left 
ffi^ITiV?*^^*^ ^*"* 1 **» nand smashed (Medal with two Claapa, Brevet Major, Sardinian and Turkish 
ciNiinwUD Class of toe Ateajinie). 

W LiXolsnel H. L. Talbot aerved in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, Including the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde 
«ltteof Cirapore on 6th Dec, siege and capture of Lucknow, actions of Barree and 8irsee (Medal with two Clasps). 
135 Captain W. J. Wilson served In 1855 In the trenches, as Adjutant of the Left Siege Train at the siege of Sebastopol 
•vlboohMtoieots of 6th and 17th\ June j also preseat at the fall of Sebastopol and battle of the Tchernaya (Medal with 
CittftM Class of the If edjidle, and Turkish Medal). 

1* UColooel Simpson served, in tike Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of Xnkerman, siege of Sebas- 
tool, *■ the trenches with the siege train, and bombardments of Oct. and April (Medal with two Clasps. Knight of the 
Nfifti of Honor, sad Turkish Medal >. 

.fr LLCotooel Penn served in the Ksatern campaign of 1854-55, as an Assistant Engineer, with the siege train in the 
Jnaa before Sebastopol, and at the bombardments of October, April, and 6th and 17th June; he was also at the battle of 
fohrain {Vedal with two Claapa, Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Turkish Medal*, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 
Cosffludrd a Steel Mountain Battery throughout the Abyssinian Campaign from the 29th Dec. 1dc7 and was present 
at tat alios of Arogee and Capture of Magdala (mentioned in dispstches, CB.,and Medal). 

Jtt Captain Byrne served at the aiege and fail of Sebastopol In 1855, snd with the expedition to Kertch (Medal with 
Clnp, and Turkish Medal) . 
1* Captain C. Johnston served In India in 1857-58, and was present at the battle of Cawnpore on 6th Dec. (Medal). 
Ml Kajor J. M'C. Campbell aerved In the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the action of Kalee Nuddee, siege 
asd captai* of Lucknow, assault arid capture of Fort Birwah (twice mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, and 

141 Captain French served with trie expedition to China in I860, and was present st Sinho, Tangkn, capture of Taka 
ft**, and surrender of Pekln (Medal with two Clssps). Also during the operations agalnat the Taepings In the vicinity 
of Shanghai in May and October 1862, including the capture of the wailed cities of Tslnpoo and Tsolln, the fortine* city 
at N'ajov, the affair at Nankslang, and recapture of the walled city of Kahding. 

1*3 LtColonel Miller served the Eastern campaign of 1854*55, Including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, the 
sieze of Sebastopol and repuiae of the sortie on the 26th Oct. 1854 (Medal with four Clasps, Breret Major, Victoria Cross. 
£nzht of the Legion of Honor, 5th Clssa of Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

144 LtColonel Owen served the Eastern campaign of 1854.55, Including the battle of Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, 
Id the trenches with the siege train, and bombardments of October, April, and 6th and 17th June (Medal with two Clasps. 
Kale at of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

145 LLColonei G. A. Mllman served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, in the trenches with the siege train before 
Srbastopoi, and at the bombardments of April and 6th and 17th June (Medal with Clasp, Brevet Major, 5th Class of the 
Medjidie, and Turkish Medal) . 

146 Captain Denne served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol In 1855 (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

147 UXolonel P. W. L/Eetrenge serred in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, in the trenches with the siege train before 
Sebastopol, and at the bombardments of April and 6th and 17th June— wonnded (Medal with Clasp, Breret Major. 
Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 6th Class of the Medjidie). 

144 LtXoloneis Burt and Irvine serred in the Eastern campaign in 1855, In the trenches with the siege train before 
Sclastopol, and at the bombardments of April and 6th and 17th June (Medal with Clasp, Breret Major, 6ih Class 
of tb* Mrdjidle,and Turkish Medal). 

150 Lt-Colonel Andrewes aerved in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, Including the battle of Inkerman, siege and fall 
of Sebastopol— slightly wounded in the trenches on 2nd Not. 1854 (Medal with two Clasps, Breret Major, Knight of the 
Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

151 Major Murray was nominated to the 4th Class of the Medjidie for services with the late Osmanli Horse Artillery. 
Coouaanded a battery of Armstrong 12- pounders throughout the Abyssinian Campaign from the 13th Dec. 1867 and was present 
at the Capture of Magdala (mentioned m dispatches, Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

U? LtXoumel Mackenzie served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of Inkermsn, siege and fall of 
sebeauspoU m the trenches with the siege tram, and bombardments of October, April, and 6th and 17th June, also at the 
bombardment snd capture of Kin bourn (Medal with two Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the 
Mediad** , and Tntldah Medal). 

lis Captain Rowley served in the Kafir war of 1851-5 1 (Medal). Also in the China expedition of I860, snd was preseat 
at the capture of the Taku Forts, actions of the 18ih and 21st September near Tangchow, and surrender of Pekin (Medal 
wih two Clasps). 

154 Captains Heberden, Cockburn, and Nangle served at the siege snd fall of Sebastopol in 1855 (Medal with Clasp, and 
Turkish Medals). 

1S4 IJLColonei Goodenongh served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the action of Pandoo Nnddee, siege and 
eaptwe ot Locknow, attack and capture of Fort Birwah— severely wouuded (three times mentioned in despatches, Breret 
ef Major, Medal with Clasp). 

1±« Captain A. H. W. Williams serred at the siege and fall of Sebastopol in 1856 (Medal and Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 
Sei se d is India in 1858, and was engaged in the repulse of the mutinous Sepoys at Mooltsn on 81st March. 

1*7 Capt. W. Wolfe serred at the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and on the expedition to Kertch In 1855 (Medal with 
Clean, and Turkish Medal). 

ISeJ Major strover served at the siege and faU of Sebastopol in 1855 (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 8erved in 
the aWld In New Zealand doting the Maori war of 1860-61 aud commanded the R. Artillery during the greater part of the 
war in the Tsranakl (Breret of Major). 

150 Gaps. F. T. Whinyates served hi the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, Including the battle ot Balaklava, siege and fall 
of Sehestopol (Medal with two Clasps, 6th Class of Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

lw» Captain Waller served in India In 1857-58, and waa present In the actions of Secundra, Chanda, and Snltanpore, 
ssesje and capture of Lucknow, relief of Asimghur, and capture of Judgespore (three times mentioned in despatches, 
Meshml with Clasp). 

1«1 Msjor A. C. Johnson served at the siege aod fall of Sebastopol in 1855 (Medal with Ciasp, and Turkish Medal. 
ITii leaf la India in 1858, and was present at the siege and capture of Lucknow, and actloua of Slrsee and Nawabgunee 
(Brevet of Major, Medal and Clasp). 

ftwS rir"** Pheups served In the Eastern campaign of 1864, including the battle of Alms and siege of Sebastopol 
( Medial with Clasps, sod Turkish Medal). 

I*>4 Captain Price serred in 1854-56 at the siege and fall of Sebastopol (wounded). In the trenches with the siege train, and 
acejbet ' * — — " ——»••"- ' — '«•--»-■ --*— — »-.-^ _..._, ,„. ,«.... - . .. 

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» Aide da Camp to General Markham on the final assault on the Redan 6th Sept. Mentioned In despaUhesTifedal 
w/ssse four Cfcaapa, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

l*t Captain R. R. Jones served lo the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the siege of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp 

145? Captains J. H. Brown and Harris serred in 1855 at the siege of Sebastopol in the trenches with the siege train, and 

at the boenJuweftaeuis of April, 6th and I7th June (Medal with Clasp, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

I«ft Captain Slrangways served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, Including the affairs of Bulganac and M'Kentie's 

Faraa. battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, capture of Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with four 

L isnane, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

1CP Captains Harrison, Brancker, Hobsrt, snd Harvey, served with the expedition to China In I860, and were present 
est Sinho, Taogkn, and capture of Taku Forts (Medal with Clasp). 

179 Cnponos Booth, Brackenbury, Gore, and J. T. B. Brown, served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol In 1855 (Medal 
wtah Cssssp, and Turkish Medal). Captain Brown has the 5th Class of the Medjidie. 

"" Asia Markham served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the all _ 

Inkerman. siege of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the 26th Oct. 1854 (Medal with three Clasps, Knight 
- - ,~ , f _ Vedal), Serred in India in 1858, and was present at the action of Secundra on 23rd 



171 T^ay*» w Markham served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the aflalr at M'Kentie's Fsrm, bsttlet of 

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172 Captain Porter served with the expedition to China In I860, and was present at the capture of Takn Forts and 
surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 

173 Lt.Colonel Teesdale served as Aide de Camp to Major Gen. Sir W. F. Williams during the whole of the blockade of 
Kara, and at the battle on the heights above that town on the 29th Sept. 1865. Successfully held the Redoubt called 
"Yuksek Tabia " for the space of seven end a half hours under a very heavy fire on the 29ih Sept. 1855, and was 
mentioned in the Dispatch. Received a severe contusion from a grape-shot in the leg. The rank of Lt.Colonel and the 
third Class of the Turkish Imperial Order of the Medjidie were conferred upon him by the Sultan. In s letter from the 
Foreign Office, dated 7th March 1855, Her Majesty's Government conveyed their sense of approval of his efforts In 
averting from the garrison of Ears the horrors that they suffered from famine in the preceding winter. In virtue of his 
rank of Lt.Colonel in the Turkish Service he received the Order of Companion of the Bath and that ol 4th Class of the 
Legion of Honor. Has also received the Victoria Cross. 

174 Captain Torriano served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, Including the battle of Inkerman, siege of Sebaatopol. 
In the trenches with the siege train, bombardments of October, April, and 6th and 17th June (Medal with two Clasps, 
Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). Served in India in 1*57-58, and was present at the action of Pan. 
dora, storm and capture of Meangunge, siege and capture of Lucknow, and captures of the forts of Dehnla and Titol In 
Oude (Medal with Clasp). 

175 Captain Tyler served in the Crimea from July 1855, Including the siege and fall of Sebastopol— wounded (Medal 
with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Also served in the Indian campaign in 1858.59, and acted as Staff Officer to Lt.Col. 
Walker in the attack and defeat of the rebel force which occupied the fort and Jungle of Bungaon (mentioned In 
despatch. Medal). 

176 Captain Smart served in India in 1857-1838, and was present st the actions of Chanda and 3ultanpore, siege and 
capture of Lucknow, actions of Barree, Sirsee, and Nawabgunge (twice mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

177 Captain Newbolt served In India in 185759, and was present at the attack and defeat of the rebel force posted in 
the first range of the Nepaul Hills, in March 1859 (Medal). 

178 Captain Keate f erved In the Crimean Campaign from March to August 1855 and was present at the siege of 
8ebastopol (Medal with Ciasp, and Turkish Medal). 

179 Capt. T. B. Strange served in India in 1857-58, and was present at the actons of Chanda, Sultanpore, and 
Dhowrara, siege and capture of Lucknow, actions ot Korsee, Nawabgunge, Seragungr, affairs of 2-Jrd and 29th July, 
passage of the ooomlee at Sultanpore Including affairs of 25 ih 26th 27 th and 28th August, and Doadpore 20th Oct. (four 
times mentioned in despatches, Mrdal with Clasp). 

180 Captains Francis Lyon,Tracey (wounded), and Tarleton served the Indian campaign of 18-8, were present at the sie«re 
and oaptuie of Lucknow and several minor affairs (Medal with Clasp). 

181 Captains M. Taylor and C. E. S. Siott (wounded) served in 1855 in the trenches with the siege train at the siege and 
rail of Sebastopol, and bombardments of 6th and 17th June and August (Medal with Cla«p, 5th Class of the Medjidie, 
aod Turkish Medal). 

182 Captains J. J. Smith, Thornhlll, Shakerley, and Pltr, served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, 
and Turkish Medal). 

188 Captain Eardley Maitland served throughout the operations with Havelock's Column in 18*7, including the actions 
of Futtehpore, Aoung, Pandoo Nuddee, Cawnpore, Oonao, Buseerutsunge, Mungawara, and Alutnhagh, relief and defence 
of the Residency at Lucknow, with Outram's force in the Alumbsgh from Jan. to March 18*8, alege and capture of 
Lucknow, and actions at Sell m pore and Sundeela In the ensuing Oude campaign (Medal with two Clasps and a year's 
service). 

184 Captain J. Lardner Clarke served In the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the siege of Sebastopol (Medal 
with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

186 Captain Pearse served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol In 1855 (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and 
Turkish Medal). Served in India In 1858, and was present at the capture of Kotah on 80th March (Medal). 

186 Captain Alderson served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, Including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, and sifge of 
Sevastopol, in the trenches with the siege train, and bombardments of October, April, and 6th and 17th June (Medal 
with three Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medsl). 

187 Captains Ravenbill and Tweedle served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol, snd battle of Tchernaya (Medal with 
Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Captain Tweedle also served in India in 1858, and was engaged in the repolse of the mutinous 
Sepoys at Mooitan in July. 

188 Captain Fred. L. H. Lyon served In the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, Including the siege of Sebastopol, and In the 
trenches with the siege train at the bombardments of April, and 6th and 17th June (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish 
Medal). Served in the Indian campaign in 1857-66, Inclnding the action of Pandora, storm and capture of Meangunge, 
siege and capture of Lucknow, action of Barree, capture of Rampore Kussle, affairs of Muchsgawn Tigree, relief of 
Asfmghur. operations in the Jungle and capture of Jugdespore (Medal with Ciasp). 

190 Captain Ruck-Keene served In the Eastern campaign of 1864-55, including the battle of Inkerman, siege and fall of 
Sebastopol (wounded), In the trenches with the siege train, and bombardments of October, April, and 6th and 17th 
June (Medal with two Clasps, Knight of the Legion or Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

191 Captain Vaughan served in 1855 st the siege snd fall of Sebastopol, in the trenches with the siege train, and bombard- 
ments of 6th and 17th of June (Medal with Clasp, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

192 Captains Daubus, Still, Hanwell, C. G. Johnson, Cardew, Schreiber, Lyle ( C.D.Gilmour,deVismes,and Tupper, served 
at the siege and fall of Sebaatopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turktah Medal). 

198 Captain Law served at the siege of Sebastopol In 1855, (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served with the 
•apedition to China in 1860, aod was present at the actions near Tangchow, and surrender of Pekln (Medal with Clasp). 

194 Captains Downes, C. L'Estrange, W. G. Martin, and de Moleyns, served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1855 (Medal 
with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

195 Captains Rooke, Farrell, and F. J. G. Hill, served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol In 1865 (Medal with Clasp, 
and Turkish Medal). * 

196 Captain Warren served In the Indian campaign of 1857-68, including the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, battle of 
Cawnpore on 6th Dec., and subsequent engagement at the Subadar's Tank} commanded the heavy battery at the storming 
of Meangunge, siege and capture of Lucknow; summer campaign in Oude, and actions of Barree and Simree; passage 
of the Goomtee at Sultan pore, taking of Fort Rehora, and attack on Koelee (commanded the Artillery) ; also served In the 
Trans-Gogra campaign, including action of Cherodra, and taking of the fort of Mudjedla— commanded the Mortar Battery 
(three times mentioned in despatch, Medal with two Clasps). Served at Umbeyla in the Campaign against the hill tribes in 
the North West frontier of India in 1863, and was present at the storming of the Conical Hill and Lalloo, also at the engagement 
In the plain of Chnmla (mentioned in dispatches). Served throughout the BhooUo Campaign of 1864-65. 

197 Major Dyer served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol in 1855— horse killed (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 
Served the Indian campaign of 1867-68, including the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde (commanded the 18-pounder 
battery during the relief), battle of Cawnpore on 6th Dec. (horse killed), action of Kalee Nuddee. affair of Ramgunga, 
siege and capture of Lucknow, actions of Bsreilly and Shahjchanpore, capture of the forts of Bunai, and Mohumdee 
(mentioned In despatch, Medal with two Claspa). 

199 Captains Martin and Wyllie, and Lieut. Phillpotts, served with the expedition to China in 1860, snd were present 
at Slnho, Tangko, capture of Takn Forts, actions near Tangchow, and surrender of Pekln (Medsl with two Clasps). 

200 Captains Perdval and Nlcolls served In the Eastern campaign of 1854; and Captain NicoUs served also at the siege 
and fall of Sebastopol (Medsl with Cusp, snd Turkish Medal^ 

201 Major H. T. Arbuthnot served the Eastern campaign of 1854-65, including the affair at M'Kenxie's Farm, battles 
)Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the 26th of Oct. 1854 (Medal with three 

Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, snd Turkish Medsl). 8erved in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, inclnding the 
action of Secnndra, attack on a fort near Moonsheegunge, siege snd capture of Lucknow, capture of forts Rehora and 
Koorlee (mentioned In despatch. Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of Major). 

202 Lt.Colonel Biddulph served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Balaklava, siege 
snd fall of Sebastopol, snd expedition to Kertch (Medal with three Clasps, Turkish Medal, and 6th Class of the Medjidie). 
Served In the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the action of Kalee Nuddee, alege and capture of Lucknow (as 
D.A.Q-M.Gen. of Art.), action of Jamo (as Brigade Major to the Field Force), and affair of Daoodpoore. Served as 
D.A.AdJ.Gen. of the Oude force under Sir Hope Grant from Oct. 1858, and present In the operations In the Byswarra 
dlstr.ct, paiaasfe of the Gogra and various actions on the Nepaul frontier, also operations there In 1859 terminating in the 
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the expedition to China In i860, and wu present at Sinho, Tangka, capture of Taku Forts, actions near Tangchow, and 
surrender of Pekm (Breret of if ajor, Medal with tiro Clasps;. Was promoted Brevet Lt. Colonel for services in India. 

2« If ajor Wm. Stifling served the Eastern campaign of 1864-56, including the affairs of Bnlganac and M'Kenzle's 
Farm, the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, the siege and fall of 6ebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on 
the rtth October 1854 (Medal with four Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). Served as Brigade 
Major of Artillery with Rajpootara field force at the capture of Kotah on 30th March l«5d (Medal, and Brevet of Major). 
Served with the expedition to China in I860, and was present at Sin ho, actions near Tangchow, and surrender of Pekin 
i Medal with Clasp). 

tt4 Captain P. E. Bill served In the Eastern campaign of 1864-65, Including the battles of Balaklava and Inkerman, 
riege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, 6th Clais of the Medjidle, and Turkish Medal). Served in N. W. 
India under Sir John Michel in 1854-69 (Medal). 

zus Captain Rideont served In the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of Inkerman, siege and fall of 
Sebastopol in the trenches with the siege train, and bombardments of October, April, 6th and 17th June, and August 
(mentioned in despatches. Medal with two Clasp*, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). Served with 
the U. Horse Artillery throughout the campaign of 1856-59 in Oude, including the occupation of Fyzabad, ) aasage of 
Goomteeat the Snltanpore, affairs at Shahpore, Paleeghat, and Khandoo Nuddee; and iu the TrausGogra district at the 
•flair of Cbnrda. capture oi the fort of Mujeedla, and action of Bankee (Medal). 

*6 Captain Watson served in the Eastern Campaign of 1854-65, Including the buttle of lukerman and siege of Sebjs- 
topcl (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal) . 

*»7 Captains l)e Wtnton (wounded) and Hall served in the Eastern campaign of 1861-55, Including the siege and fall of 
SebaUopol, in the trenches with the siege train, and bombardments of April and 6th and 17th Juno (M«dal with Clasp* 
Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). Captain Hall was i resent at the siege and capture of Luckuow lu 
March 165* (Medal with Clasp). 

2>«8 Captain Leonard Griffiths served in the Eastern campa'gn of If- 54-55, iucluding the siege of Sebastopol, and In the 
irrnrhei with the siege train at the bombardments of April, aud tilh aud 17th June (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the 
Medjidle. and Turkish Medal). 

3«t Captain LlueUyn served throughout the Abyssinian Campaign from the 13th Dec. 1867 and commanded two guns 
kit <b garrison at Addigerat (Medal). 

&J Major Hickes served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, in the trenches 
«ith the liege train, and bombardments of April, and 6th and 17th June iMedal whh datp, Knight of the Legion of 
Hooor.and Turkish Medal). Served ss Aide de Camp to Brigadier General Crofion with the expedition to China in I860, 
and was present at Sinho. Tangku, capture of Taku Forts, actions near Tangchow, and surrender of Pekln (Medal with 
two C asps, and Brevet of Major). 

219 Captain Briscoe served in 1868 at the siege of Sebastopol in the trenches with the siege train, and at the bombard* 
■wots of April, and Rib. and 17th June (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidle, and Turkish Medal) . Served « ith 
the expedition to China in 1860, and was present at the capture of Taku Forts, actions near Tangchow, and surrender of 
fctao (Medal with two Clasps). 

211 Captain Ward served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th 
Class of the Medjidie). 

212 Captain Buruaby served at the siege and rail of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, aud Turkish Medal). Served in Ind a 
is \&<, and was present at the siege and capture of Lucknow, and actions of Slrsee and Nawabgunge (Medal with Clasp). 

212t Captain Ellis served throughout the Abyssinian Campaign from the 13th Dec. 1867; he came to Uo duty with a 
Bat'ery of Artillery, but was employed firstly as Provost Marshal, and afterwards joined the Land Transport Train (Medal). 

213 Captain Majendie served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medai with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served in 
hviahi 1858. and was present at the siege and capture of Lucknow, and action of Slrsee (Medal with Clasp). 

214 Sir John Campbell served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol from U8th March 1855, la the trendies with the 
liere train, and at the bombardments of 9in April, 6th June, 17th Juue, 17th August, and 8th September (Medal with 
Clasp, Sardinian and Turkish Medals). Served with the expedition to China in 1860, and uas ^restnt at Sinho. Tangku. 
optareof Taku Forts (mentioned in dispatches, also in the French General's dispatches for services lu eouunand of 
two Bowitters in support of the French attack!, actions near Tangchow and surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clatpsj. 

:li Captain F. A. Whlnyates served at the aiege and fall ot Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served 
la the Indian campaign of 1857*58, including the battle of Cannpore on 6th Dec, actluti of Futtehghur, and affair of 
KasfcarCMedal). 

214 Captain Elton served in 1855 at the siege and fall of Sebastopol, in the trenches with the siege train, and at the 
bombardments of April, and 6th and 17th June (Medal with Clasp, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

217 Captain Frmklen served at the siege and fall of Sebauopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served in 
tV Indian campaign In 1858-59 aud was frequently enraged with the enemy (Medal). Also served with the expedition 
to China in 1*60, and was present at Tangku, capture of Taku Forta, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 

2H Major Geary Berved in the Crimean Campaign from May 1865, in the trenches with the siege train at the siege and fall 
of MentonoJ, ana bombardments of the 6th and 17th June and August (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and 
Uriah Medal). Served in the field during the Indian Mutiny from October 1858 to 1859 in the Jugdespore District, and 
*.f* Sir Hope Grant's and Gorruckpore field forces. Serred throughout the Abyssinian Campaign from 1st January 1868 as 
Brigade Major of Artillery and was present at the action of Arogee and Capture of Magdala (mentioned in dispatches. 
Breret of Major, and Medal). 

219 Captain Basalgetfe served In the Eastern campaign of 1855, including the siege of Sebastopol and expedition to 
Kifrinurn (Medal with Cuvp, snd Turkish Medsl). 

22> Captains C. O. Browne and Manle served in 1855 In the trenches with the siege tram at the aiege and fall of 
Sebattopn|> *°d bombardments of 6th and 17th June, and August (Medal with Clasp, Sardinian and Turkish Medals). 
Cfcpiaio Manle also served in India in 1867-69 with the Rajpootana field force under General Roberts, and was present la 
tbr action of Pertabghur (Medal). 

31 Captain Wortham served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol in 1855 (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 
Serred ]„ i^ita with the Okamundel field force in 1869, and was present at the attack on the fort of Beyt, siege and fall 
* Dvarka, Served with the expedition to China In i860, and was present at Sinho, Tangku, and capture of Taku Forts 
(Medal with Clasp). 

£2 Captain Bice served In 1856 with the siege train at the siege of Sebastopol, and bombardments of 6th and 17th 
Jose ;Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

T*i Captain Anderson served at the siege and f-11 of Sebastopol In 1855 (Medal with Claap, and Turkish Medal). 
Present at the capture of Canton In Dec. 1857 j and served with the expedition of lb60, present at Sit.no, Tangku, capture 
sf Taku Forts, actions near Tangchow, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with three Clasps). 

't?J Major Roberta served in 1865 In the trenches (wounded) with the slrge tra n at the siege and fall of Sebastopol, 
a* d bombardments of 6th and 17th June, and August, and was severely wounded by the explosion of the French powder 
MagtxiD* in Camp on the 15th Nov. 1£55 (Medal with Clasp, Sardinian and Turkish Medala). Employed iu ludia from 
Jan. to April 1*61 in Command of ArtilUry with the field force in Sikkim under LtXolonel Gawler, and was mentioned in 
Orders by the Governor General for his service* (Brevet of Major). 

23 Captain A. 6. Hunter served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol In 1856 (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 
Al*o served In the field In New Zealand during the Maori war in 1861. 

224 Captain R. C. W. Campbell served in the expeditionary force in China from 1867 until the evacuation of Canton In 
1*1 (Medal). 

?<7 Captains 9taveley and Chalmers served in the Indian campaign of U57-58, Including the action of Kales 
Koddee, affair of Ramgunga, siege and capture of Lucknow, actiona of Barellly, Shahjehanpore, and Muhumdee (Medal 
*tfh Clasp). Captain Mavelcy was also at the capture of Fori Bunnla and Rampore Russian, psssage of the Gogra at 
Fyiabad, and affair of Macheegaun. 

2ft Captain Wallace GHmonr served in India In 1857-59, snd was present at the action of Pandora, battle of Cawnporc 
es 6th Dee. 1857, and action of Doondlakhera (Medal). 

?Jt Captain Edmeades served in India in 1857-68, and was preseut at the action of Kalee Nuddee, battle of Cawnpors 
«s«th Dec, and action of Sber^hor Ghat (Medal). 

2»j Captain Born served in India In 1857-58, snd was present at the capture of Nurgoond on 1 June 1858 (Medal). Served 
•Ith ike expedition to China in ltfGO, and was present at Sluho, Tangku, and capture of Taku Forts (Medal with Clasp). 

ai Captain William Smith served in the Indian Campaign of 1857.59, lucuuing the relief of Luckuow by Lord Clyde, 

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92f War Services of the Officers of the Royal Artillery. 

battle of Cawnpore on 6th Dec., actions of Serai Ghat (mentioned in dispatches), Chauda, Umeerpore, and Soltanport, 
siege and capture of Lucknow, attack of the Moosabagh, and action of Barree j afterwards present with various forces 
taporsuit of the Enemy and watching the fords of the Gogra, and in the Trans-Gogra Campaign Including several small 
affairs on the Raptee and the frontier of Nepaul (Medal with two Clasps). Served in the New Zealand war In 1864 in 
Command of a detachment of R. Artillery in the Campaigns on the Walkato and at Te Ranga including the attack on the 
Gate Pah, where hla guna were reported by Sir Duncan Cameron as having been of great service (Medal). 

232 Captain Burnett served in the Indian campaign In 1857-58, Including the relief or Lucknow by Lore Clyde, battle of 
Cawnpore on 6th Dec., siege and capture of Lucknow, actions of Barree and Sirsee (Medal with two Clasps). 

283 Captain Talbot served with the expedition to China in 1060, and was present at Tangku, and capture of Taku Forla 
(Medal with Clasp). 

284 Captain Oliver served in the Indian campaign in 1857-58, including the action of Pandoo Nnddee, operation* of the 
27 tb, 28th, and 29th Nov. before Cawnpore, and battle there on 6th Dec, actions of Kalee Nuddee and Raagunga, siege 
and capture of Lucknow, actions of Bareilly, Sbahjehanpore, and Mohumdee, capture of the fort of Bampore Kusseaa, 

Sassage of the Gogra at Fysabad, and affair of Mucheegaun (mentioned in despatch, Medal with Clasp). Served in the 
Ihootan Campaign in 1864*65, and commanded the Artillery of the left column at the taking of the fort of Dalimkote, 
and in the affair at Chamoorchee (Mentioned in Despatches). 

235 Captain Lowry served in India in 1867-58, and was present at the affair of Futtyabad, capture of Chandairee fort, 
action of Sahao, siege and capture of Jhansi, capture of Fort Lahorie, attack on Koonch, and capture of Calpee (three 
times mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp) . 

286 Captain Morgan served in India in 1857-58. and was present at the action of Bandah (Medal). Served with the 
expedition to China In I860, and was present at Tangku, capture of Taku Forts, and surrender of Pektn (Medal with 
two Clasps). 

237 Captain Hannen served at Canton with the force under Rear Admiral Seymour in 1856-57* was present at the capture 
of Canton In Dec. 1857 j served with the expedition of 1860, and was present at 6inho, Tangku, capture of Taku Forts, 
and surrender of Pekin (Medal with three Claspa). 

238 Captain Ford served in India in 1857-58, including the relief of Lucknow (wounded) by Lord Clyde, affair of Bundah, 
< f the Alumbagh from Jan. to March, siege and capture of Lucknow (mentioned in despatch. Medal with two Claspa). 

239 Major George Arbnthnot served in India hi 1857-58, and was present at the capture of Rathghur, relief of Saugor, 
forcing the past at Nud in pore, siege and capture of Jhansi, and attack on Koonch (Medal). Served in the Abyssinian 
Campaign as Aide de Camp to Sir Charles Staveley, and was present st the action of A r ogee and Capture of Magriala 
(mentioned In dispatches, Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

240 Captnln Pickering served in the Indian campaign of 1557.58. Including the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, 
battle of Cawnpore on 6th Dec., actions of Serai Ghat, Chanda, and Sultan pore, siege and capture of Lucknow, action 
of Barree, and defeat of the rebel force which occupied the fort and jungle of Bungaon, in April 1859,— mentioned in 
despatches (Medsl with two Clasps). 

241 Major B. L. Forster served as Aide de Camp to Major General Pratt during the Maori war of 1860-61 in New 
Zealand (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

242 Captain de Cetto served In India in 1857-58. and was present at the affair of Futtyabad, capture of Cliaiidairre Fort, 
siege and capture of Jhansi, and action of Betwa (Medal). 

243 Captain Cane served in South China from 1857 to 1860, successively as Acting Qr. Master to the combined force of 
Royal and Royal Marine Artillery, and as Acting Adjutant to R. Artillery, Including the assault and capture of Canton in Dee. 
185/ and minor affairs. Volunteered for service in North China in 1860 ; present at the capture of the Taku Ports with 
Siege Train (Medal with two Clasps). 8erved during the occupation of Tientsin as Provost Marshal and Drill Instructor 
to Manchu Artillery; also as acting Adj. and Qr. Master R. Art. against the Tapping rebels near Shanghai in 1862, 
Including the capture of Kahding, in command of a Mortar Battery of native Chinese gunners attached to R. Artillery— 
mentioned in despatches, and first-class gold and red coral Medal from the Chinese Government. 

244 Captain F. s. Stoney served In India In 1868, and was present at the attack on a fort occupied by rebels on Beyt Island. 
24* Captain Brackenbury served in India in 1857-58; and was present at the action of Bauda and capture of Kirwee 

(Medal with Clasp). 

244 Captain Hun. A. Stewart served with the expedition to China In 1860, and was present at Slnho, Tangku, actions near 
Tangchow, and aurrendeT of Pekin (Medal with Clasp). 

247 Captain Cottingham served in India in 1857-58 ; and was present at the action of Pandora, and action and capture of 
Tlronl (Medal). 

248 Captain Auchlnleck served in India in 1857-58, and was present at the action of Kalee Nuddee, battle of Cawnpore 
on tith Dec. and affair of Kankur (Medal). 

248t Captain Kyle served In India in 1867-58, and was present at the actions of Secundra, Chanda, and Sultanpore, siege 
and capture of Lucknow, relief of Asimghur, action near Azimutghur, operations In the Jungle and capture of Jugdespore 
(mentioned in despatch, Medal with Clasp). 

2-19 Captain EUaby served with the expedition to China in 1860 and was present at the capture of the Taku Forts (Medal 
with Clasp). Also served in the operations against the Taeping rebels in the \iclnity of Shanghai in 1862, including the 
storm and capture of the walled cities of Kading, Tslngpoo, and Tsolin,and the minor operations of Wongkadza,Tserpoo, 
and Najow. 

250 Captain H. L. Mitchell served In the Indian Mutiny Campaign and was present at the attack and defeat of the rebel 
force posted in the first range of the Nepaul Hills in March 1859 (Medal). 

262 Lieut. Rait served In the Okamundel Campaign of 1859 and was present st the siege of Dwarka and subsequent 
operations. Served in the New Zealand War In 1863-64 in command of the Drivers of his battery acting as Cavalry, and 
was present at the action at Katlkara. Skirmishes at Kerrikerri, Pukekohe, and Rangiawhia, and engagement* atrfnerini 
(horse shot) and Orakau (Mentioned in dU patches, Medal). 

252+ Lieut. Gwyn served in India with the Okamundel field force in 1359 and was present at the capture of the fort of 
Beyt, and the siege and fall of Dwarka, 

268 Lieut. Moorsom served with the expedition to China in 1860 and was present at Slnho, Tangku, capture of Taku 
Forts, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with Clasps). 

254 Lieut, Pickard served In New Zealand at Taranaki during the latter part of the war of 1860-61. Also during the 
Taranaki, Waikato, and Tauranga campaigns in 1863-64, and was present at the actions of Katlkara, Ranglriri. Gate Pah, 
and Tauranga (mentioned in Dispatches and awarded the Victoria Cross for gallant conduct during the assault of Rangiiiri) . 

255 Lieut. Gye served with the expedition to China In 1860, and was present at Slnho, Tangku, and capture of Taku 
Forts— severely wounded (Medal with Clasp). 

256 Lieut. Pemberton Harrison served against the Taeping rebels at Shanghai in 1862, including the captures of 
Tsinpoo, Tsolin, and Najow. 

257 Captain Scott served with the 55th Regt. in China (Medal), and was present at the capture of Amoy, second 
capture of Chusan, and repulse of the night attack on Chinhae. Served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the 
battles of Alma and Inkerman, the siege of Sebastopol, repulse of the sortie on 26th Oct. 1854, and attack on the 
Quarries on 7th June— wounded and mentioned in despatches (Medal with three Clasps, Sardinian and Turklab Medals). 

258 Captain Hunt served the campaign of 1860 in China (Medal). 

259 Lieut. A. Grubb served throughout the Waikato and Tauranga Campaigns during the New Zealand wars of 1863-64, 
including the action of Gate P«h, and commanded the Artillery at the action of Te Ranga (mentioned in dispatches, Medal). 

260 Lieuts. J. W. Buckle and A. Broadfoot served throughout the Abyssinian Campaign from February 1868 (Medal). 

261 Quartermaster Serbutt served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol in 1855 (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

262 Lieut. E. A. FitiRoy served throughout the Abyssinian Campaign from the 13th Dec 1867, and was present at the fall 
of Magdala (Medal). 

263 Veterinary Surgeon Partridge served with the 17th Lancers in the Crimea from 17 Feb. 1855, and has the Medal 
with Clasp for Sebastopol, and the Turkish Medal. 

264 Veterinary Surgeon Skoulding srrved in India in 1857-58, and was present at the capture of Nurgoond (Medal). 
Served with theexpeditlon to China in I860, and was presentat Sinho,Tangku, and capture of Taku Forts (Medal with Clasp). 

265 Hiding Master Ritchie served with the Royal Artillery in the Eastern campaign of 1864-55, iucluding the battle of 
Inkerman. siege and fall of Sebastopol in the trenches with the siege train, and at the bombardments of October, April, and 
5th and 17th June; was wonnded by the explosion of the French magazines of the 15th Nov. 1855 (Medal and Clasps, and 

afifi" Lieut Pratt served throughout the Bhootanese Campaign of 1864-65 with the left brigade Dooar Field Force. 
267 Lieut. Burgess served with the Expedition from Aden against the Foodlee Arab Tribe in 1866, including the destine. 
^ tlonof Sbttgra, 



War Services of the Officers of the Royal Artillery. 92g 

i. 3 ? 8 *-*«*• Swermred to the New Zealand war In 1863-64 and waa present at the attack on the Gate Pah and action at 
Maketa (Medal). 

m Major Wflliama r served with the 90th Light Infantry throughout the Kaffir War of 1846-47 (Medal). In the Crimea 
dunng the juegejsnd fall of Sebastopo) from the 5th Dec. 18541Medal and Clasp, and Turkish Medal). In the Indian 
campaign m 1857-58, including the actions at Cawnpore in Dec, and subsequently at the fall of Lucknow (Medal and 
Clasp). 

27* Captain R. C. Smith served in India in 1857-58 and was present at the affair of Jelalpore (Medal). 

271 Quartermaster Smith served with the siege train in the trenches before Sevastopol from Dec. 1854, including the dif- 
fcrrnt bombardments, and assault and capture of the Quarries on 7th June 1855 (Medal with Clasp, Turkish Medal and French 
VTar Medal). 

272 Lieut. Toogood served in New Zealand during the Waikato and Wanganui Campaigns, and was present at Nuknmaru 
and the Pntea river (Medal). 

273 Lieut. C. Larcom served in the New Zealand war in 1863-64 (Medal), and was present at the actions of Katikara and 
K-utak (wounded in the shoulder). Commanded a detachment of Artillery engaged at Sentry Hill (Medal). 

274 Lieut Carre* served in the New Zealand war in 1863-66, including the Waikato Campaign, and was present at the action 
of Orakau, and assisted in conducting the Sap. Commanded detachment during the Wanganui Campaign, and present at the 
ac-Jon of Pukaki (mentioned in dispatches, Medal). 

275 Quartermasters Nelson and Trew serred in the Crimean Campaign in 1855. including the sieire and fall of Sebastonol 
r Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). ^ 

276 Veterinary Surgeon Anderson served in New Zealand in 1860-66, including the Taranaki and Waikato Campaigns, and 
▼35 present at the affairs of Kerri Kcrri and Pukikohe, and actions of Rangiawhia, Hirini, and the Gate Pah (mentioned in 
a.sj«atches, Medal). Served with the Abysainiau Expeditionary Force in 1867-68, and formed and had charge of the Sick 
Dcr-ota at Koomayloo and Pioneer's Wells, and was three times employed on Special Service (mentioned in dispatches, Medal). 

*~" Lieut Rennick served in the Abyssinian Campaign with the Army Works Corps (Medal). 



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7* Laeuta. Warburton and Moubray served in the Abyssinian Campaign with the Transport Corps (Medal). 

279 Lieut. Nolan brought the " A ,J Battery Steel Mounted Ordnance from England, and was most energetic in getting it 
inro order previous to the arrival of No. 5 Battery 21st Brigade; and served throughout the Abvssinian Campaign from 
Iw i-ember Ib«7 as Adjutant to Colonel Milward, and was present in the action of Arogee and Capture of Magdala (mentioned 
la dispatches, and Medal). 

X) Lieut. Taylor served throughout the Abyssinian Campaign from 29th Dec. 1867, and was present at the action of Arogee 
axoi Capture of Magdala (mentioned in dispatches, and Medal). 

£*1 Lieut. Gerard served in the Abyssinian Campaign with the Transport Corps from the 13th March 1868 (mentioned 
ia dispatches for " ability, energy, and zeal," Medal). 

2>2 Lieuts. F. W. J. Barker and W. F. de H. Curtis served with a Steel Mountain Battery throughout the Abyssinian 
Campaign from the 1st Jan. 1868 and were present at the Capture of Magdala (Medal). 

2*3 Lieuts. C. E. B. Leacock and J. S. Quayle served with a Steel Mountain Battery throughout the Abyssinian Campaign 
fpia the 29th Dec. 1867 and were present at the action of Arogee and Capture of Magdala (Medal). 

2*4 Lieut. H. Crofton serred with a Steel Mountain Battery throughout the Abyssinian Campaign from January 1868 
(Medal). 

2*5 Lieut. J. C. Bobson served in the New Zealand War in 1863-66, including the Taranaki and Waikato Campaigns and 
was present in.the action at Bangiawhia (Medal). 

2*6 Lieut. T. R, Disney served throughout the Abyssinian Campaign from the 6th Feb. 1868, and was present at the fall of 
M.vrdala (Medal). 

2*7 Iieut. W. S. Langley served throughout the Abyssinian Campaign from the 13th Dec. 1867 as Adjutant to Lt.Colonel 
Wallace, and was present at the fall of Magdala (Medal). 

2vj Lieut, W. H. F. Sorell served with the Expedition from Aden against the Foodlee Arab Tribe in 1866, including the 
destruction of Shugra. Served throughout the Abyssinian Campaign from the 4th Oct. 1867; commanded a Mountain 
Battcrv during Captain Marett's absence on other duty, and was also employed in the Land Transport Train (Medal). 

2*9 Lieut, fi. J. Rawle served throughout the Abyssinian Campaign from the 13th Dec. 1867, and was present at the fall 
cf Magdala (Medal). 

SO Lieut- E. II. H. Collen served throughout the Abyssinian Campaign from the 6th Feb. 1868, and was employed on 
Special Survey duty from the 23rd March until the end (Medal). 

291 Lieut. C. W. E. Murphy served throughout the Abyssinian Campaign from Jan. 1868,— with the Sind Horse until 9th 
April, and afterwards with a Battery of Artillery, and was present at the fell of Magdala (Medal). 

292 Iieut. C. M. H. Downing served in Abyssinia from the 29th Dec. 1867 to Feb. 1868 (Medal). 

293 Lieut. W. G. Knox served throughout the Abyssinian Campaign from the 13th Dec. 1867, and was stationed at Addi- 
grrat with the two guns there (Medal). 

291 Riding Master Pawson served in the Eastern Campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of Balaklava, siege and fall of 
Sebestopol, Capture of Kertch and Yenikale (Medal with two Clasps and Tuikish Medal). Served with the Expedition in 
Cfcna m 1860, and was present at Sinho, Tangku, and Capture of the Taku Forts (Medal with Clasp). 



War Services — Royal Artillery we Bengal Jrtntery.) 

1 9r George Pollock served In Lord Lake's campaigns In 1804-5, including the battle of Deig, alege and capture of Delg, 
sad siege of Bhurtpore. Commanded the Artillery of General Sulivan Wood's force In the Nepaul war of 1816. Com- 
maaded the Bengal Artillery of Sir Archibald Campbell's Army throughout the Burmese war of 1824-26 (CB.). In 1641-2 
hi iiisawiiiliil the Bengal Column of the Army In Afghanistan, forced the Khyber Paaa and recaptured Cabul (Medal, 
GCB., *fr— » fc — * by Parliament for his "intrepidity, skill, and perseverance," and granted a pension of £1,000 per annum). 
Has also the Indian War Medal with four Clasps for the battle of Delg, siege of Deig, Nepaul War, and Burmese War. 

3 Sir Alexander Lindsay serred at the siege of Gohud in Feb. 1806. Sieges of the forts of Cummona and Gunnowrie in 
1«7. Capture of tome small forts in the Gandowlee district in 1808. Commanded the Artillery of the right column of 
Sir David Ochteriony's army during the Nepaul war of 1816-16 and waa severely wounded in the action on the heights of 
Hurrytnsrnore on 1st March 1816— a musket-ball having shattered the forefinger and thumb of bis right hand and entered 
the right hip dose to the Joint. Siege and capture of Hattrass in 1817. Pindarree war of 18 1 7- 18, including the sieges of the 
fans cf Dhamoonee, Mundelah, andChowraghur. Burmese war of 1825.26. Has the Indian War Medal with two Clasps. 

4 Sir George Brooke serred in Bundlecund during 18011-10. Throughout the Nepaul war of 1816-16 including attacks 
upon Mallagaor, the heights of Bamghur, and Fort Malown. Siege of Hattrass in 1817. Mahratta war of 1817-18. 
S>ege and capture of Bhurtpore in 1825-26 (blown up). Sutlej campaign of 1845-46, including the battles of Moodkee, 
Frroicshsh, nod Sobrmon, In the two first he commanded the whole of the Artillery (Medal with two Clasps, and CB.). 
Panjaab campaign of 1848-40, as Brigadier commanding the Horse Artillery, including the affair at Ramnuggur, and battles 
of Cailllanwallah and Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). Has also the Indian War Medal with two Clasps for the Nepaul 
war and for Bhurtpore. 

3 Sir Edward Huthwalte served in the Nepaol War of 1815-16 (Medal with Clasp). Capture of Dowra and other forte 
la Oode in 1817. Mahratta war of 1817-18. Attack on Telayon in Cachar and Burmese war in 1823-24 (Medal with Clasp). 
Siege and capture of Bhurtpore In 1825-26 ^Medal with Clasp). 8hekawattee campaign of 1834. Sutlej campaign of 
l*4&-4t, iactadsng battles of Ferosesheh and Sobraon (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal and Clasp). Punjaub 
esapssgn of 1848-49, Including the passage of the Cheenab, and battles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat (twice mentioned 
hi desfsttehta, Medal with two Clasps). 



92A War Services — Royal Artillery a*u Dengai Artw#y). 

6 Major General Twemlow served with the Army of observation on the Nepaul frontier In 1818-14, Wepaul campaigns it 
1815-16 (Medal). Pindarree and MahratU campaign* of 1817-18, Including the siege* of Chandah and Aaaeerghur. From 
1821 to 1863 served in tbe British Contingent, Nisam's Army, where no Medals were accorded, but repeatedly received 
the thanks 6f the sereral British Residents for serving in the field, and on three several occasions " the high approbation •' 
of the Gofer nor General In Council, vis., for tbe capture of the forts of Jamoad, Baroda, and Byrooghur, and an autograph 
letter of thanks from the Governor General, Lord Ellenborough. 

7 Sir Archdale Wilson served at the Siege and Capture of Bhurtpore in 1825-36 (mentioned in dispatches, and Medal) 
Commanded the Artillery as Lt.Colonel with Brigadier wheeler's force in the Jullunder Dooab in 1848-49 (twice mentioned id 
dispatches, and Medal). Commanded the Force at the Siege and Capture of Delhi in 1857 as Brigadier General (Medal with 
Clasp, CB., KCB., promoted Major General, created a Baronet, thanked by both Houses of Parliament, and awarded a pension 
of £1,000 per annum from the Indian Government). Commanded the Artillery at the Siege and Capture of Lucknow in 1854 
(mentioned in dispatches, Clasp, thanked by both Houses of Parliament, and GCB.). 

8 Lieut. General Grant served In the Burmese war of 1825-26, Including the siege and capture of Donabew, actions of 
Prome, Maloon, and Paghammew (Medal). Affghanlstan campaign of 1*39-40, including siege and capture of Ghuanee 
(Medal). Gwalior campaign of 1843, and battle of Maharaj pore (Bronse Star, and Brevet of Major}. Sntlej campaign 
in 1840, and wounded at the battle of Sobraon (Medal, and Bresjet of Lt.Colonel). Punjaub campaign of 1818-49, in- 
cluding the action of Ramnuggur, battles of Sadoolapore, Chllllatowalla, and Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps, and CB.). 

9 Major General Horsford served at the Siege and Capture of Bhurtpore in 1825-26 (Medal), Sutlej Campaign of 1845-46, 
including the battles of Moodkee, Ferozeshah, and Sobraon (Medal and two Clasps, and Brevet of Major). Punjaub Campaign 
of 1818-49, including the battles of Sadoolapore, Chillianwallah, and Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps, and Brevet of 
Lt.Colonel). 

10 Lieut. General Alexander served at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore in 1825-26 (Medal). Commanded the 
Artillery in the Affghanlstan campaign of 1842 under Sir George Pollock, Including the forcing of tbe Khyber Pass, action 
or Tesecn and recapture of Cabool (Brevet of Major, and Medal). Gwalior campaign including battle of Maharajpore 
29 Dec. 1843 (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, and Bronse Star). 8utlej campaign of 1345-46, including the Bffalr of Buddewal, 
and battles of Aliwal and Sobraon (Medal and Clasp, and CB.). 

11 Lieut.General Lane served the Affghanlstan campaign of 1842 under General Pollock as Commissary of Ordnance, 
and was present at the forcing of the Khyber Pass and recapture of Cabool (Brevet of Major, and Medal). Commanded a 
troop of Horse Artillery In the Gwalior campaign. Including the battle of Maharajpore (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, and Bronze 
Star). Sutlej campaign In 1845-46, including the battles of Aliwal and Sobraon (Medal and Clasp, and CB.). Punjaub 
campaign of 1843.49, Including the action of Ramnuggur, and battlea of Chillianwallah and Goojerat (Medal with two 
Clasps). 

12 Major General Fordyce served in the Sutlej Campaign of 1848-49, including the battles of Ferozeshah and Sobraon 
(Medal and one Clasp, ana Brevet of LtColonel). 

13 Lieut.General Campbell served in the Burmese war in 1825-26, including the siege of Donabew, actions of Prom-, 
Maloon, and Pagammew (Medal). Gwalior campaign and battle of Punniar, 29 Dec. 1843 (Bronse Star and Brevet of 
Major). Sutlej campaign of 1845-46, Including battles of Feroseshah aud Sobraon (Medal and Clatp, and Brevet of Lieut. 
Colonel). Commanded Artillery divialon at Lahore during the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49 (Medal). 

14 Major General Abbott served at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore in l82)-26 (Medal). Carried terms of accommo- 
dation from the Court of Kheva to the Court of Russia. Was cut down in a night attack on the banks of the Caspian Sea, 
and detained aprlsoner, but ultimately completed the negotiation at St. Petersburgh (Received the thanks of H. if. Minister 
for Foreign Affairs, and the Dooranee Order of the 3rd class). Reduced to submission the mountaineers of Huzara in 
armed rebellion against the Government. On the Sikh governor of Huzara, with two brigades of regular troops, 12 gam, 
and the garrisons of many castles and small forts, declaring for Moolraj, he raised the population of Huzara, and, after 
many small affairs, remained master of the district aud of nearly all the castles ; afterwards marched upon and occupied 
with 1500 matchlock-men, the Marquella Pass, which 16.000 Sikh troops and 2000 Dooranee horse were preparing to 
thread (received the thanks of H. M. Ministers in both Houses of Parliament, the Brevet of Major, and tbe Punjaub 
Medal, with all its Clasps). 

16 Major General C. S. Reid served the Shekawattee campaign of 1834-36. Campaign in Burmah of 1852-53, including 
the capture of Martaban, operations before and capture of Rangoon (mentioned in despatch). Commanded the Artillery at 
the capture of Meeaday, and also during the operations against the rebel chief Myatoon. Severely wounded 19th March 
1853, right arm amputated, and mentioned in despatch for " the brave and gallant manner in which tbe guns were 
brought forward and worked " (Brevet of Lt.Colonel and Medal). 

16 Major General Turner commanded a troop of Horse Artillery of Shah Shujah's force throughout the Affghanlstan cam- 
paigns of 1839-42, attached to the Candahar Division, and present in all the actions in that district, with re-capture of Ghuznee 
and re-occupation of Cabul. Mentioned by General Nott as " having on many occasions rendered most essential service," 
and also as •• distinguished " (Medal Inscribed "Candahar, Ghusnee, Cabul, 1812"). Commanded a brigade of Horse 
Artillery at tbe battle of Budleekeserai and throughout the siege of Delhi (mentioned in despatch, Brevet of LUColonel). 
Commanded the Artillery of Colonel Greatbed's movable column (mentioned in despatch). Commanded detachment 
Bengal Artillery of Lord Clyde's force at the relief of Lucknow (thanked by Governor- General, and mentioned by the 
Commander-in-Chief, " his most particular acknowledgments being due," and as having " few equals as an artillery 
officer/') also at the battle of Cawnpore (mentioned as "again drawing most marked attention to distinguished merits")* 
Action of Khodagunge, retaking of Futtyghur, and capture of Meangunge (mentioned) j commanded 3rd Brigade and 
Bengal Horse Artillery at the final siege of Lucknow. Mentioned " for services of the highest value " (Brevet of Colonel, 
CB.. Medal with three Clasps, and a year's service for Lucknow). 

17 Sir Henry Tombs served the Gwalior campaign of 1843-44, and battle of Punniar (mentioned In despatch, Bronte 
•tar). Sntlej campaign of 1846-46, including battles of Moodkee and Feroseshah, affair of Buddiwal and bsttle of Aliwal, u 
Aide de Camp to Sir Harry Smith— mentioned (Medal and two Clasps). Punjaub campaign of 1848-49 as D. A. Q. «• 
General of Artillery, Including the battlea of Chillianwallah and Goojerat (mentioned, Medal with two Clasps and Brevet 
of Major). Commanded a troop of Horse Artillery in the affairs of tbe Hindun on the 30th and 31st May 1857 (horse 
shot), battle of Budleekeeseral (two horses shot), and siege or Delhi (wounded 9th July). Commanded tbe column which 
assaulted and took the Eedgate near Delhi on 17th June (wounded, two horses shot) ; commanded the Artillery st the 
battle of Nujjufghur, and the Horse Artillery at the assault of Delhi (wounded) ; siege and capture of Lucknow, aflair at 
Allahgunge, battle of Barellly, and Rohllcnnd campaign (CB., Victoria Cross, Brevets of Lt.Col. and Colonel, Medal with 
two Clasps, mentioned In despatches on every occasion and in terms most highly and unprecedentedly eulogistic, slso 
mentioned in the House of Lords by Lord Panmure, the Secretary of State for War). Commanded the Force which re* 
captured Dewanglrl in Bhootan in 1865, and received the thanks of Government and nominated KCB. 

18 Sir James Brind served In command of the Artillery with Sir Sydney Cotton's force against the Momuods in August 
1854s. Also in command of Foot Artillery of Delhi field force from 26th June to the end of the siege operations In 1857. 
Commanded a column in Mosuffernuggur and Seharunpore districts. Commanded Artillery of General Walpole's field 
force In 1858 during Its march from Lucknow to Allygunj, and in the affairs of Rooya and Allygunj ; and served in the same 
capacity with Lord Clyde's Army through Rohilcund and at the capture of Barellly, and with Brigadier Troup's Column in 
O ude In 1858-59, including engagements of Modhypore, Ruasolpore, Mitowlee, Aligunj, and Biswah. Commanded Columns 
at the action of Mehndi (where all the enemy's suns were captured\ and in pursuit of Feroseshah through Oude towards 
Central India (Repeatedly mentioned in dispatches, received thanks of the Government of India, Medal with Clasp, CB., 
and Brevet of Colonel). 

19 Major General Kinleslde serred the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, including the passage of the Cheenab, and battles of 
8adoolapore and Goojerat (Medal with one Clssp, and Brevet of Major). Has also the Medal for services during tbe 
Mutiny in 1857-58. 

W0 Major General Huyshe served as Brigade Major of Artillery during the Gwalior campaign of 1843-44, Including the 
battle of Maharajpore (Bronse star). Commanded a troop of Horse Artillery throughout the Punjaub campaign or 
1848-49, Including tbe battles of Sadoolapore, Chillianwallah, and Goojerat (twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet or 
Major. Medal with two Clasps). m 

21 Colonel Knatchbull commanded two guns in the Cole campaign of 1836-37. Shekawattee campaign under sir 
R. Stevenson. 

22 Colonel Carleton commanded the Bengal Artillery Division siege train at the siege and capture of Lucknow in 
1858 ; commanded Artillery in the action of Nawabgunge (twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lleut-Colonel, Cli., 
Medal with Clasp). f~* 1 

23 Colonel Delamain has received the Punjaub Medal for the occupation of Lahore during the campaign of 184849. 



Whar Serviced— Royal. ArtiUety (Ut 9 BmffmtA^Hiir^ j. 92t 

M CoUaei David ReJd vm employed on several occasions In 1841^48 against the H1U tribes, Nagas and gtngphoeo. 
Tatiag arveral stockades Id 1844. Driving the Singphoes ont of the country In 1850-51. Employed in punching the 
botfle Nagas, and thanked by Government for the taking of Fort Kenem&h ; fight with the clan of Keepreemah, killing 
as* of laeaa— thanked by Government ; took several villages, and made the whole of the country side submit to British 
relt. la Feb. 1859 was on an expedition against Abors, including the capture of a stockade end several breastworks. 

Colonel Smyth was appointed in 1835 to raise and command a Field Battery of Bcindla's contingent, and was con- 
itmiJy employed against insurgents In Bundlekund from 1839 to 1843, and served as field engineer at the attack and 
csptsre of the fort of Chergong In April 1841 (specially brought to the notice of Government). Gwallor Campaign and 
telle of Penniar 29th Dec. 1843 (Bronxe Star). Indian Mutiny Campaign of 1857-59, including defeat of Ramghur Bat- 
talion at Canton, pursuit of Mutineers in Uya district, defence of Caw n pore, defeat of the Gwallor Contingent, and reoccu- 
sttbo of Fottygbur. Commanded a Column In Koorkhee and Blgnore districts from March to Nov. 1858} the Column 
ess transferred to PhlHbeet frontier In Dec. 1858 and defeated a Column of Mutineers at Mnnglaghat In January 1859 
arrrkes mar times brought to the notice of the Governor. General of India, Brevets of Major and Lt Colonel, CB., and 
atidal;. 

S Colonel Money served the Afghanistan campaign of 1818 under General Pollock, including the forcing of the 
Jazdaileck Pass, action of Teseen, forcing the Huftkotul Pass, and recapture of Cabal (Medal). Has the Medal for 
Feme, 1859, having commanded the Artillery at Rangoon. Present at the battle of Budleekesersi and throughout the 
afce of Delhi. Dancerouslj wounded on 23rd July 1857 (Bievet of Major, Medal with Clasp;. 

.7 Colonel Maxwell commanded the troops at Nlnee Tal from July 1857 to Feb. 1858; alto present at the action of 
Chispaorah oa 1 Oth Feb. 1858 (Medal and Brevet of Major) . 

> Colonel Douglas served the campaign of 1842 in Afghanistan under General Pollock, and was present In every 
srtiaa that took place on the advance and at the recapture of Cabool (mentioned in despatchea, Medal). In March 1858 
Joined the army under Sir Hugh Rose then besieging Jhnnai, and was present at the assault, having taken a gun down to 
the gate near which the right assaulting party attempted an escalade ; subsequently commanded the Artillery of the 
Hyderabad Contingent and was present at the various affairs in which tte Contingent was engaged and those which 
preceded the capture of Calpee (Brevet of Major, Medal). 

^ Brigadier General Kaye served In the Anghanlatan campaign In 1889-40. SutlrJ campalsn of 1846-46, including the 
bit ks of Moodkee, Feroaeshah, and Sobraon, as Brigade-Major, and mentioned in despatch (Medal and two Clasps). 
Pasjaob campaign of 1818-49 as Brigade- Major, including the battles of Chlllianwallah and Goojerat (mentioned on both 
•Teutons, Medal with two Clasps.Brevet of Major). Present at the battle of Budleekesersi and siege and capture of 
D*lbi is I8S7 (mentioned in despatch, Brevet of Lleut.Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

» Colonel Brougham served In Afghanistan in 1841-42. Defence of Candahar in May 1842 and operation • of the 
Cansahar force leading to the reoccupatlon of Cabul (Medal). Sutlej campaign In 1846 including the battle of Sobraon 
*«d*l.. Capture of Kangraln 1846. Commanded the Peshawur Mountain Train in various engagements on the Trans- 
briu Frontier from IBM to 1859. 

31 Colonel de Teissier served In the Sutlej campaign In 1846, Including the battle of Sobraon (Medal). Punjsub 
osiBslsn of 1848-49, including the battles of Chlllianwallah (mentioned in despatch) and Goojeerat (Medal with two Clasps). 

* Colonel Cox served the Gwallor campaign of 1843-44 and battle of Punniar (Bronte atar). Sutlej campaign of 
i*4-K, including the battles of Moodkee (wounded), Ferosesbah, and Sobraon (Medal and two Clasps). Punjaub cam- 
stin of 1848-49 as Brigade Major of Horse Artillery, Including the passage of the Cheenab, and battles of Chlllianwallah 
*4 Gosjerat (Medal with two Clasps and Brevet of Major). 

3) Colonel Hammond was engaged with Wuteerees, 8heranees frontier tribes near Bunnoo, In 1851-59. Indian 
swusy, including relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, and attack on the Secunderabagh (severely wounded and mentioned 
'a 4e»peicli) ( actloa of Kalee Nuddee, and entry Into Futtehghur, and action of Klrkrowlle (conduct mentioned as " noble ")j 
nneusded Foot Artillery at the taking of Barellly and at advance on Mahomdec— mentioned (Brevets of Major and 
UrnlXoloaeU Medal with Clasp). 

U Brigadier General Bourcbler served the Gwallor campaign of 1849-44, and battle of Punniar (Bronte Star). Com- 
■lodfd a field battery during the Indian mutiny and present at the actions of Trimmooghat on the 19th and 16th July 
i^T, siege of Delhi (Brevet of Major), actions of Bolnndahuhur and Agra, relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, and defeat 
«* taeOwsBor Contingent at Cawnpore (repeatedly mentioned in despatch! s, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, CB., Medal with two 

uCsleaei Moflr served the Gwallor campaign of 184S-44, and battle of Maharajpore (Bronte Star). Sutlej 
a*?**!* of 1845-46, including the battles of Moodkee, Ferozesfaah, and Sobraon (Medal and two Clasps;. Punjsub 
("■feign of 1848-49, including the siege and capture of Moolton and battle of Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). Served 
•fta Ostram's force ha defence of the Alumbagh from 25th Oct. 1857 to March 1858, and present during the alegeand 
apuveof Lucknow (mentioned In despatches. Brevet of Major, CB.,Medal wit h two Clasps and a year's service for Lucknow) . 

K Colonel Young served throughout the siege of Delhi In 1857, and was slightly wounded (mentioned in despatch, 
Bwwt of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

"Colonel Olpherts served the Gwallor csmpaicn of 1848-44 and battle of Punniar (mentioned in despatch, 
J»»ieStar). Served at the relief of Lucknow by Havelock (wounded, mentioned in despatches) and at Its capture by 
**■ Clyde (Brevets of Major and Lt.Col., CB., Victoria Cross, Medal with two Clasps). 

* Colonel Swinhoe served the campaign under Sir Charles Napier against Belochee Hill tribes in Upper Scinde In 
KG. hmkmb campaign of 1848-49, including siege and capture of Mooltan, and battle of Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). 

* Colonel Voyle nerved the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46, Including the affair of Boddlwal and battles of Allwal and 
****>u;Medal and Clasp). Campaign In Burmah of 1852-53, including the taking of Martaban, action of the White 
fesae itoekade, and taking of Rangoon (Medal with Clasp). 

* Colonel Wlutle served the Gwallor campaign of 1848-44 and battle of Maharajpore (Bronte Star). Sutlej 
ctauMif. of 1845-46, Including the battle of Sobraon (Bf edal). 

41 Colonel Woodcock served iu the Sutlej campaign In 1846, Including the battle of Sobraon (Medal). 

Jz R e l oa d Marshall was thanked by the Governor General for services in the Fort of Saugor during the Indian Mutiny. 

41 Ctionel Fooks served In the Sutlej campaign in 1846, Including the battle of Sobraon (Medal). Punjaub cam- 
■"■JV* 1848-49, including the siege of Mooltan and battle of Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). 

*4 Colonel Bowie served throughout the Sutlej Campaign of 1845-46, including the battles of Moodkee (alightly 
vatsooi). Peroteshah, and Sobraon (Medal and two Clasps). Was present during the attack on the Residency at Peshawur 

* the bikk troops in the Punjaub war,— taken prisoner by the Afghans, and afterwards prisoner to the Sikhs for four and a 
■«? BJontas (Punjaub Medal, and Brevet of Major). 

<*Coioncl Courtenay served In the Sutlej campaign in 1846, and was slightly wounded at the battle of Sobraon (Medal). 
*>snnb campaign of 1848-49, Including the passsge of the Chenab at Ramnuggur, and battles of Chililan wallah and 
Gooyrat (Medal with two Clasps). 

«U Colonel Francis served In the Sutlej campaign In 1846, including the battle of Sobraon (Medal). Ponjaub campaign 
m istMa, inemding 1st and 2nd siege operations before Mooltan, action of Soorajkoond, and battle of Goojerat (mentioned 

* ^ssstea. Medal with two Cusps). Has the 4th class of the Medjidle for service with the Turkish contingent. Served 
J ** Ahnabagh in Feb. 1858, at the siege and fall of Lucknow, Robilcund campaign, with affair of Roveah, and capture of 
■«% (Mfdal with Clasp, and Brevet of Major) . 

** u -C**oael Atlay served the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46, including the battles of Moodkee, Feroteshab (wounded), and 
"wtoa, and reduction of the Fort of Hot Kangra (Medal and two Clasps). Punjaub campaign of 1848-49 (Medal) . 

* Colsnel Bruce nerved In the Gwallor campaign and was present at the battle of Maharajpore (Bronte 8tar). 
i^^Mfi* of 1845-46. Including the affair of Buddiwal. and battles of Allwal and Sobraon (Medal and Clasp). 
[«M campaign of 1848-49, including tbe battles of Sadoolapore, Chlllianwallah, and Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps), 
lasba Mutiny campaign in 1857-58, as Brigade Major, including the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, and battle of 
^^ssre 6th Dec. 1857 (Mentioned in Dispatches, Brevet of Major and Lt. Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

* ' UCokmei McNeill served the Gwallor campaign of 1843-44 and battle of Maharajpore (Bronte star). Sutlej campaign 
*«*M», Including the battles of Feroseshsh and Sobraon (Medal and Clasp). Served with the Turkish contingent from 
JJ* "Mrii 1855 to 4th July 1SW. (4th class of the Medjidie and Turk'sh Medsl). Seived with the Ghoorka force at the 
w t "*J <***»» of Lucknow In 1856 (mentioned in despatch, Brevet of M.jor. Medal with Clasp). 

>1 Colonel jahMiia — — a in it.* «..«i-i , •«,«.(..« «c luj.vjfi fnriufitn* the battles of F 

Ra 

r the Hindun on I 



92; War Service*— Royal Artillery ctau *«<?«* Jrtuurg). 

Slat of May (slightly wounded, mentioned), battle of Budieekeserai, liege and capture of Delhi (mentioned, Brevet of 
Lt.Col.)» 'lege and capture of Luckuow (mentioned, CB. t Medal with two Clasps). 

5* Colonel Henry H. Maxwell aenred the Gwalior campaign of 1843-44 and battle of Maharajpore (Bronse 8 tar). 
Sutlej campaign of 1845-46 as D. A. Q. M. General of Artillery, including battles of Moodkee, Feroseahab, and Sobraon 
(mentioned in despatch. Medal and two Clasps, Brevet of Major). Was present at the battle of Olteaitsa under Omar 
Pasha on the 4th Nov. 1859, and at tbe Russian attacks on Kalafat In the winter of 1853-54. Did duty as an officer and 
interpreter to the Naval Brigade under Sir Wm. Peel at the relief of Lack now by Lord Clyde (mentioned), defeat of tbe 
Gwalior Contingent at Cawnpore, and action of Khodagunge— thigh bone broken by a musket ball (Brevet of LtXolonel, 
Medal with Clasp). 

53 LtColonel Light was present at Meerut on the outbreak of the Mutiny there on the 10th May 1857. Marched in com- 
mand of two 18-pounders with Brigadier Wilson's force on 97th May and present at the actions of the 29th and 30th Mar on 
the Hindun (mentioned in dispatches as having done " excellent service with his 18-pounders ")• battle of Budle-kc-berai 
(wounded), and siege of Delhi from 8th June to 16th September, when forced to leave from illness. Acted as Orderly Officer 
to Sir Thomas Seaton with his force in the Dooab, and present at the actions of Gungairee (mentioned), Puttialee, and Myn- 
pooree— mentioned (Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of Major). 

54 Lt.Colonel Cookwortliy served in (he Sutlej campaign of 1845*46, including the battle of Sobraon (Medal). Punjaub 
campaign of 1848*40 including the battle of Sadoolapore, passage of the Cbenab, and bsttlesof Chillianwalla and Googerst 
(Medal with two Clasps). Served during the Indian Mutiny in 1867-58, snd was present at the action of Trimroooxbat, 
commanded the Artillery with Brigadier Gerrard's column in the action at Narnoul— woundrd and hone shot. Served 
the Rohilcund campaign and actions of Bareilly and Shahjehanpore. Commanded the Artillery with Sir T. Boston's 
field force at the action of Bunkegaon (three times mentioned in dispatches, Medal, and Brevet of Major). 

65 Lt.Colonel Maister served the Gwalior Campaign and was present at the battle of Maharajpore on 39th Dec. 1843 
(Bronze Star). Punjaub Campaign of 1848-49, including the battles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). 
Served with the force under Brigadier Bradshaw in the Peshawur valley in 1849-50. Forcing of the Kohat Pass under Sir 
Charles Napier in 1850. Affairs against the Momunds and Ootman Khails in the Eusofzaie Country in 1852 under Sir Colin 
Campbell. Bozdar Expedition in 1857 under Brigadier Chamberlain. Expeditions under Brigadier Chamberlain against the 
Khabl Kheyl Wuzeerees, and against the Mahsood Wuzeerees, including the night attack on the Camp at Palozeau and forcing 
the Burrarah Pass. 

66 Lt.Colonel Russell served In the Sutlej compalgn of 1845-46, Including the battles of Feroseshah and Sobraon (Medsl 
and Clasp). Served under Brigadier Neill agalnat the Mutineers at Allahabad in 1867, and as Commissary of Ordnance 
with the army in Oude in 1858 (Brevet or Major, Medal). 

57 Lt.Colonel Sladen served the Gwalior Campaign of 1843-44 aLd was present at the battle of Maharajpore (Bronte star). 
Campaign in Scinde under Sir Charles Napier against the Hill tribes in Jan. 1845. Punjaub campaign in 1848-49, including 
tbe battle of Goojerat and pursuit or the Selkhs and Affghans to Peshawur (Medal with Clasp). Commanded a field 
battery with mountuin guns attached on the disturbed frontier of the Punjaub from 1851 to 1861, and took part in most 
of the expeditions against and encounters with hostile tribes in which the Punjaub Irregular Porce was engaged during 
that time, and was especially thanked by Government lor the psrt he took In the encounter with the Rbabeakbel tribe of 
Ouruksie Affreedees in 1855, and was also specially mentioned for the expedition against the Bosdar tribe of Beloochees 
and for the part he took with bis battery in the action forcing the strong Khan Band Pass in 1857. 

58 Lt.Colonel Dundas served in the Sutlej campaign in 1846 and battle of Aliwal (Medal). Punjaub campslgn of 
1848-49, including battles of Chillianwallah (severely wounded) and Goojerat (Medal with two Claspa). 

59 Lt.Colonel Angelo served In the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46, including the defence of Ferosepore, and battles of Ferose- 
shah and Sobraon (Medal and Clasp). Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, including the passsgeof the Chenab at Ramnuggar, 
and battles of Sadoolapore, Chillianwallah, and Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). Siege and capture of Delhi (Medal 
with Clasp). 

60 Lt.Colonel Newall served In the Sutlej campaign In 1846 and battle of Sobraon (Medal). Punjaub campaign of 
1848-49, Including 1st and 2nd siege operations before Mooltan, and battle of Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). 

61 Lt.Colonel Bunny served in the Sutlej campaign in 1846 and was present at the battle of Sobraon (Medal). Punjaub 
campaign of 1848.49, Including 1st and Snd siege operations before Mooltan and surrender of the fortress, actions ot 12th 
Sept. (wounded) and 7th November on which hut occasion when in Command of two Horse Artillery Guns be wss 
particularly brought to the notice of the Commander in Chief In General Whish's dispatch i afterwards present at the 
battle of Goojerat (Medal with two Cusps). Indian mutiny in 1857-58, including the battle of Budleekeserai, siege snd 
capture of Delhi (slightly wounded 23rd July), battles of Bolundshuhur and Agra, relief of Luckuow by Lord Clyde (men- 
tioned in dltpatches), battle of Cawnpore, taking of Futtebghur, was Brigade Major of the Sieve Artillery at tbe siege of 
Lucknow (mentioned in dispatches). Present with Waipole's Column as Staff Officer of Artillery at the attack on Fort 
Rooya and action of Allygunge (mentioned In dispatch); present at the battle of Bareilly (mentioned), and actions of 
Mohumdee and Shahabad (Brevet of Major, Medal with three Clasps). 

62 Lt.('olonel Gray served in the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46 and battle of Aliwal (.Medal,. Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, 
including the passage of the Chensb at Ramnuggur, and battles of Cbilllan wallah and Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps;. 
Siege and assault of Delhi in 1857 (Medal with CUsp^. 

63 LtXolonel Tulloh served in the Sutlej campaign or 1845-46, including the affair of Buddiwal and battle of Aliwal 
(Medal). Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, including the battles of Chillianwalla and Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). 
Commanded the Royal Artillery throughout the operations of the Expedition of 1868 against the Tribes on the North 
West Frontier of Indis, and was preseut at the storming of Lalooand capture of Umbeylah (Brevet of Major, and CB.). 

64 Lt.Colonel Brown served the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, including the passage of the Cbenab at Ramnuggur 
and battles of Sadoolapore, Chillianwalla, and Goojerat (Medal with two Claaps). 

65 Major Harrison served in the Smlej campaign In 1846 and was present at the battle of Sobraon (Medal). 

67 LtColonel Benny served in the Punjaub Campaign of 1845-46 including the battle of Sobraon (Medal). CtaDjnanded 
the 5th Nstive Troop of 1st Brigade, Bengal Horse Artillery, during the Mutiny at Jullunder on 7th June 1857, the troop 
fired on the mutineers, snd afterwards performed excellent service under his command throughout the Indian Mutiny including 
the Siege and Capture of Delhi. Subsequently in Rohilcund and at the action at Sissean Ghat on 15th Jan. 1869, under 
General Walpole who writes in his dispatch that it is "impossible to speak in too high praise of ... the troop of Native 
Bengal Horse Artillery, ably commanded by Captain Renny ; no Artillery could have behaved with more devotion, more 
courage, or more coolness ;" and Lord Clyde considered the conduct of the Troop as "beyond all praise" (Medal with Clasp, 
Brevet of Major, and awarded the Victoria Cross for an act of bravery in defence of the Delhi Magazine after its capture on 
the 16th Sept. 1857). 

68 Major Timbrell served at the defence of the Alumbagh and siege of Lucknow (Medsl with Clasp). 

69 Major Griffith served in the Sutlej campslgn in 1846, including the battle of Sobraon and capture of Kangra 
(Medal). Was also at the siege of Delhi (Medal with Clasp). 

70 Lt.Colonel Walker served the ruujaub campaign of 1848-49, including the battles of Sadoolapore, Chillianwalla (men- 
tioned in despatch) and Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). Indian mutiny, including action of Agra, relief of Lucknow 
by Lord Clyde (mentioned), occupation of the Alumbagh under Outram from 95th Nov. 1857 until the Anal capture of 
Lucknow in March 1858, attack on Fort Rooyah, actions of Allygunge and Bareilly (Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps). 

71 Captain Cookes served the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, including the passage of the Chenab at Ramnuggur, and 
battles of Sadoolapore, Chillianwalla, snd Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). Received a severe gunshot contusion of 
tbe groin in action with mutineers on 7th July 1857 (Medal). 

79 Captain Raper served the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, Including the first and second siege operations before 
Mooltan, with surrender of the fortress, and battle of Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). 

7i Captain Heath served the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49. including the battles of Sadoolapore, Chillianwalla, and 
Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). Siege of Delhi in 1857 (mentioned In dispatch with "especial approbation and thanks 
for seal ability and coolness in situations of great danger," Medal with Clasp). 

74 Captain Couchman aenred In the defence of Neemuch from 8th to 22nd Nov., 1857. Also In the Oude campaign of 
1858-69 (Medal). 

75 Lt.Colonel Bishop served the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49. Including the siege and surrender of Mooltan, and battle of 
Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). Commanded a troop of Horse Artillery at the siege and capture of Delhi (slightly 
wounded) with Seaton's column, snd at capture of Meangunge, also present at the capture of Bareilly (repeatedly men- 
tioned in despatches, Brevet of Major Medal, with two Clasps). 

76 Major De Bude served in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, Including the siege of Mooltan and battle of Goojerat 
(Medal with two Clasps). Co m m an d ed a Mountain Train Battery throughout the operations of the Expedition of 1869 



War Servkes— Royal Artillery (Ui*B«tg*iAriiiurv). 92 * 

Sfsiattthe Tribe* on the North West Frontier of India, nod was present at the storming of Laloo and captnre of 
Uabeylah (Brevet of Major). 

77 Major Lemarchand senred In the Indian mutiny, Including the actions of Rajghur, Mungrowlie, and Sindiraho (three 
liana mentioned In despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal). 

79 Captain John Hunter served In the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49 including the siege of Mooltan (wounded) and 
battle of Goojerat (Medal with two CUupe). 

00 Captain Darling served the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, including the battles of Sadoolapore, ChillJanwalla, and 
Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). 

81 Lt Colonel Frith served In the Punjaub campaign In 1848-49 (Medal). Served as Brigade Major of Artillery in the 
Indian mutiny in 1867-58, Including the actlona of the Hindun, alege and capture of Delhi, siege and capture of Lucknow 
[three times mentioned In despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps). 

88 Captain Parish has the Medal for the Punjaub campaign. 

SS Captain Fulton served in the Punjaub Campaign in 1848-49 (Medal). Also at the siege of Delhi (mentioned in dispatches 
vita "especial approbation and thanks for zeal ability and coolness in situations of great danger " (Medal with Clasp). 

*4 Major Salt served the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, including the battles of Sadoolapore, Chlllianwalla, and 
Guejerat (Medal with two Clasps). Siege and capture of Delhi in Sept. 1857 (Medal with Claap). Commanded a Punjaub 
Rtki Battery throughout the operations of the Expedition of 1863 against the Tribes on the North West Frontier of 
India (Brevet of Major). 

85 Captain Roes served in the Expedition against the Sheik Emamoodeen of Jummoo, Cnshmerc, in 1845. Also in the 
Psnjaab Campaign of 1848-49, including passage of the Chcnab Bt Uamnuggur, battles of Chillian wallah and Goojerat, and 
pursuit of the Sikhs under Sir Walter Gilbert (Medal with two Clasps). Commanded a Troop of BtngHl Horse Artillery at 
the disarmament of tour Regiments of Sepoys at Lahore, and at the Mutiny of the 10th Bt-ngal Cavalry in 1857 (Medal). 

rf Captain Rybot commanded a detachment of the Nagpore Irregular force in a skirmish with rebels at the SInghora 
Goat on the 4th January 1858 (Medal). 8erved in suppression of the mutiny at Baepore in the same month— mentioned 
la despatches, and thanked by the Governor General. 

e7 Captain Fraser was present in the action of Karnoul (Medal). 

& Captain H.M. Smith served with the force under Sir Colin Campbell in operations in the Peshawur valley against the 
H1H tribes In 1851-58. 

K> Captain Delane served in the Punjaub Campaign of 1848-49. including the battles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat 
tinnier shot), and pursuit of the Sikhs and Affghans to Peshawur (Medal with two Clasps). Served in the Eusofzic district 
vita Brigadier Bradahavr's force in 1849 ; and with Sir Charles Napier's force at the forcing of the Kohat Pass in 1850. 
Smcd spainst the Googaira rebels in 1857— charger killed (Medal). 

$> Captain Simeon served the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, including the action at Ramnuggur, battles of Chillianwallah 
and Goojerat, and pursuit of the Selks and Affghans to Peshawur (Medal with two Clasps). With Peshawur field force 
raider Sir Colin Campbell in Oct., Nov., and Dec. 1851. Indian Mutiny Campaign in 1858, unhiding the actions of 
Cbsnda, Umeerpore, and Sultanpore. siege and capture of Lucknow, affair at Koorle, and commanded the Bengal Artillery 
with the field force under Br.Gcn. Douglas from 1st Oct. to 90th Dec. 1858 (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

81 Captains Present and Dennis* served in the Punjaub Campaign in 1818-49 (Medal). 

9i Lt.Colonel Brown served the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, including the passage ef theChenab at Ramnuggur, and 
battle of Goojerat (Medal with Clasp). Was Commissary of Ordnance in charge of siege traiu and artillery park during 
the mutiny campaign, Including the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, battles of Cawnpore and Kant Nuddee, siege and 
capture of Lucknow, Rohilcund campaign, and battle of Bareilly, with subsequent affairs (mentioned In despatches, 
Brem of Major, CB., Medal with two Clasps). 

S3 Captain Mercer commanded a troop of Horse Artillery In action at Mehudi, on 18th Nov. 1858 (mentioned in 
•espstcb. Medal). 

93 Major Dowell served in the Sonthal Campaign in 1855. Also in the Indian Mutiny Campaign in 1857-58, including the 
Captures of Lucknow smd Bareilly, battles of Sundeela and Janioo, and Capture of Birwah— mentioned in dispatches (Medal 
with CUsp, and Brevet of Major). 

96 LLColooel Olbb nerved at the siege and capture of Lucknow, affairs in Arrah district and Jugdespore (twice men- 
ueaed hi despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

¥7 Captain Stubbs served In the Indian mutiny campaigns In 1858-59, Including the action of Nugeenah, capture 
ef Bareilly, relief of Sfcahjehanpore, capture of Shahabad, actions of Pusgaon and Russoolpore, capture of Mithowlte, and 

•ctiooof Blawah (mentioned In despatches on five occasions, Medal). 
£ Captain Gillespie served at the siege of Delhi from 9 July until its capture on 20 Sept. 1857 (Medal with Clasp). 

Commanded heavy battery with columns under Colonels Seaton and Gerrard in 1857-f 8. 
99 LtColooel Wilson served with the Bengal H>ne Artilleiy in the Indian Mutiny campaign of 1857-58, Including the 

•eticM of the 30th and 81st May 1857 on the Hindun, battles of Budleekt-seral and Nujjufghur. siege assault and 

espureof Delhi, siege snd capture of Lucknow, capture of Bareilly, affairs at Allahsunee and Mahundee, and cam- 

asita in Rohilcund (several times mentioned in dispatches. Medal wiih two Clasps, and Brevet or Major). 
1* Major Dirom served throughout the siege and capture of Delhi ; also at the captures of Meeangunge and Bareilly 

ttsree thnes mentioned In Dispatches, Medal with two Claspt, and Brevet of Major). 
101 Captain Harward served with Havelock's force from ita first advance from Allahabad to Lucknow, including the 

scfeat of the rebels at Fnttehpore, Aoung, Pandoo Nuddee, Cawnpore, Bithoor, Muiigarwar, and relief of Lucknow 

(Benaoned in despatch) ; defeat of the Gwalior contingent at Cawnpore (Medal with Claap). 
Iv2 Major Bogle served with the Turkish contingent in 1855-56 (4th class of the Medjldie snd Turkish Medal). Cap- 

taieef Loeknow in 1858 (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major). Commanded a Battery In the Abyssinian Campaign from 

U* 6th Feb. 1868 ' mentioned In dispatches, and Medal). 

103 Captain M*Leod served with the field force under Sir S. Cotton against the Hill Tribes at Boree, Peshawur Valley, 
la 1&S3-54. Served throughout the Indian Mutiny campaign of 1857-58, Including the entire siege and captute of Delhi 
vtth actions of Budleekeserai snd Nujjufghur; with Greuthed's column in the actions of Bolundsbur, Allygbur, and 
AsTS; rehef of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, battle of Cawnpore, siege and capture of Lucknow (mentioned in despatches), 
campaign In Oude and actions of Barree (thanked by Commander-in-Chief)* SImree, and Nawabgunge (Medal with 
tare* Clasps). 

104 St William Hamilton was wounded in six places during a night attack on his camp by 300 Aifreediea whilst making a 
fclitarr road to Port Mackeson and encamped six miles from Peshawur. Out of 60 burkundaz and employees in the camp 15 
«n fcdled and SI wounded. Served before Delhi from the 26th June to the Capture of the City on the 20th Sept. 1857, having 
opuued the 1st Company of Sikh Artillery during the siege and constantly commanded batteries of position (mentioned in 
fopttches with ''especial approbation and thanks for seal ability and coolness in situations of great danger" (Medal with 

1» Major Hughes commanded a Mountain Train Battery throughout the operations of the Expedition of 1863 against 
the Tribes on the North West Frontier of India, and was present at the storming of Laloo and capture of Umbeylah 
(Brevet of Major). 

1(6 Capuin Murray served throughout the Indian Mutiny campaign of 1857-58, including the battles of Budleekescria 
lad Kujjufghur, through oct the siege and capture of Delhi, actions of Bolundshuhur, Allygbur, Agra, and Kanouge, relief 
•f Loeknow by Lord Clyde, actions at Cawnpore on 5th and 6th Sept., at Seraighat, Futtehgur, and Shumahabad (Medal 
with two Clasps). 

107 Captain Nlcholl was thanked by the Governor-General snd mentioned In Sir Hugh Rose's despatch for services 
earing the defence of Saugor. 

1<*3 Captain Tieroey served with Sir Sydney Cotton's force on Eusoofzie border in April and May 1858. 

108 Captain Lindsay served In suppression of the Indian mutiny, including the battle of Nujjufghur, siege and capture 
•f Delhi (mentioned In despatches, twice slightly wounded on the 14th Aug. 1857, and again at the assault on 14th 
StoU), action of Shumahabad, siege and capture or Lucknow (Medal with two Clasps). 

110 Major Butt served with the Expedition of 1863 against the Tribes on the North West Frontier of India, and was 
present at the capture of Umbeylah (Brevet of Major". 

111 Csptsdn T. P. Smith served stthe siege and capture of Lucknow and capture of Bareilly (Medal with Clasp). 

112 Captaam Button served throughout the Mutiny in India in 1857-59. 

II* Captain Dobbin served throughout the Burmese war of 1852- 63, including the operations resulting In the rapture 
* aangooawand served with the expedition to Donahew in Feb. and March 1853 (mentioned in dispatches. Medal wUh 
Ctosp). Proceeded with the force to occupy the fort of PhiUour on the outbreak of the Mutiny in May 1867, and ©flU 



92/ War Services — Royal Artillery (uu Bmyti Jrtm*i). 

dated as Deputy Commissary of Ordnance In charge of the Magaxlne throughout the Mutiny (mentioned tn the Governor 
General's Minute of 2nd July 185P, and received a letter from the Secretary of Slate for India conveying Her Majesty's 
approbation of his conduct during the Mutiny). 

114 Captain Auderson served throughout the Burmese war of 1852-59, Including the operations before and capture of 
Rangoon (Medal). Was engaged in suppression of the Santhal insurrection in 1854; aid In that of the Indian mutiny, 
including the action of Khudjtva (Medal). 

115 Captain FltiGerald served with the expeditions under Sir Neville Chamberlalne In Meeranxye and Upper Kooram 
In 1858, and againit the Bosdar Belocheea in March 1857. Also at the siege and capture of Delhi, and with the 
field force under General Showers In various minor operations In 1857.58 (Medal with Clasp). 

116 Captain Manderson served In the Burmese war of 1852-5.1, Including the capture of Rangoon (Medal). Indian 
mutiny, including siege of Delhi from 8th Sept., 1857. action of Agra, relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, siege and capture 
of Lucknow (twice mentioned In despatches, Medal with three Clasps). 

1 17 Captain Arbuckle served In the Burmese war tn 1852 (Medal). Served on staff of Omar Pasha's army in the Crimea 
In 1855.56 (Medal with Clasp and Turkish Medal). 

118 Captain Welsh served In the Indian Mutiny campaign of 1857-58 in command of a detachment of Artillery at 
Gorruckpore and Azlmghur (mentioned In despatches, Medal). 

119 Lt.CoIonel Roberts served throughout the Indisn mutiny as D. A. Q. M. General of Artillery, including the siege and 
capture of Delhi (wounded 14th July, horse shot 14th September), actions of Bolundshur, Aliyghur, Agra, and KunoJ 
(horse sabred), relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, battles of Cawnpore and Khodagunge, occupation of Futtehghur, storm 
of Meeangunge, action of Koorsee, and capture of Lucknow (repeatedly mentioned in despatches, and thanked by the 
Governor- General, Victoria Cros«, Brevet of Major, Medal with three Clasps). Employed on special service with the 
Expedition of 1863 against the Tribes on the No th West Frontier of India, and was present at the storming of Laloo, 
capture of Umbeylah, and destruction of Mulkah. Served in the Abyssinian Campaign from January 186$ asAssist.Qusrter 
Master General at Zoulla, and superintended the re- embarkation of the whole Army (mentioned in dispatches, Brevet of 
Lt.CoIonel, and Bledal). 

120 Captain Hitchina served in suppression of the Indian mutiny In 1857.56, Including the actions of Agra, Gnngerree, 
and Putteealee; occupation of the Alumbagh from 10th Feb. until capture of Lucknow, attack on Fort Rooheiya, and 
defence of Shalijehanpore (Medal with Clasp). 

121 Captain Hawkins aerved in suppression of the Indian mut'ny, Inclu ling the battle of Cawnpore on 6th Dec. 1857, 
and capture of Calpee (Medal). 

122 Captain Cumberland served with the expedition to the Meeranzaie Valey and Upper Koorum in 1856, and with that 
into the Bosdar hills in 1857. 

128 Captain Charles Hunter served with the Bengal Horse Artillery throughout the operations connected with the siege 
of Delhi, including the battles of Budleekeseral (wounded and horse shot) «nd Nujjufgttur, and assault on the 14th Sept. 
1857. Subsequently with Greathed's column and engaged in the taking of Maleghur Fort, Aliyghur, and action at Agra. 
Relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, subsequent operations at Cawnpore, relief of Futtehghur, siege and capture of Lucknow, 
and pursuit of the rebels in Oude (three times mentioned in despatches, Medal with three Clasps). 

121 Captain Jackson served before Delhi from 23th May to the Capture of the City on 20th Sept. 1857 (Medal with Clasp). 
Scrred also in the Bhootan Campaign in Nov. 1864. 

125 Captain Traill served In suppression of the Indian mutiny, Including the siege and capture of Delhi (mentioned in 
despatch), battle of Agra, relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, defeat of the Gwallor Contlngeut at Cawnpce and Soorajghat, 
siege and capture of Lucknow (Medal with three Clasps). 

126 Captain Barnes commanded two guns manned as Horse Artillery by Volunteer Officers and Serjeants in the actions of 
Nembhaira and Sheerun in Central India in 1857. Was severely wounded— shot through the right breast — at the siege of 
Nccmuch in Nov* 1857, and received the thanks of the Bombay Government. Also served throughout the Oude Campaign hi 
1858-59 (Medal). 

127 Major Bonham was severely wounded at the affair of Chlnhut, and served during the defence of the Residency st 
Lucknow from 30th June to 19th Nov. 1857. He was wounded on the 15th August, and severely wounded on 30th August 
(twice mentioned In despatches. Medal with Clasp, a Year's Service, and Brevet of Major). 

128 Lt.CoIonel Hills served in suppression of the Indian mutiny In 1857-58, including the actions of the 30th and 31st Hay 
on the Hlndun, battles of Budleekeseral and Nujjufghur, siege and capture of Delhi (severely wounded on 9th July 1857), 
siege and capture of Lucknow, Rohllcund campaign, taking of Baiellly, and action of Mohumdee (several times mentioned 
In despatches, also by the Governor-General in Council, Victoria Cross, Medal with two Clasps, end Brevet of Major). 
Commanded the 8-Inch Mortars in the Abyssinian Campaign from the 6th Feb. 1868 and was present at the Capture 
of Magdala (mentioned in dispatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, and Medal). 

129 Captain Elliot served In suppression of the Indian mutiny, Including the actions of the 30th and 31st May on the 
Hlndun (mentioned in despatch), battle of Budleekeseral, siege and assault of Delhi, and severely wounded In the head on 
15th Sept. (Medal with Clasp). 

130 Major MacFarlan served In the action of Chlnhut and throughout the defence of the Residency at Lucknow. Wss 
slightly wounded by roundshot splinters and severely by a bullet (mentioned In despatch and by Governor-Gmeral in 
Council, a Year's Service for Lucknow, Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of Major). 

131 Captain Price served In the Rohllcund campaign In 1858 (Medal). 

132 Captain Sconce served In suppression of the Indian mutiny, Including the siege and capture of Delhi (mentioned In 
despatch), battle of Agra, relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, and battle of Cawnpore on 6th December 1857 (Medal with 
two Clasps). 

13 1 Captain Franks served during the Indian Mutiny,— In the Rohllcund Campaign In 1858. end present at the actions 
of Nugeerra and Dojura Nuddee, relief of Moradabad and Barelliy j in Oude under Sir Hope Grant in the Trans-Goers 
Campaign, present at the passage of the Gogra and subsequent operations. Commanded half of 2nd Troop 2nd Brigade 
Horse Artillery In the Gonda District in Oude In April 1859, and with a force under Colonel Cormfck on Nth April 
defeated a body of rebels composed of a remnant of the Cawnpore Mutineers (mentioned in dispatches, Medal). 

135 Captain Alslable served in suppression of the Indisn mutiny, Including the actions of the 30th and 31st May 18a9 on 
the Hlndun, battle of Budleekeseral, siege and assault of Delhi (Medal with Clasp). 

186 Captain Robinson served at the siege and capture of Delhi from 1st Aug. 1857 (Medal with Clasp). 

137 Captain Taylor served in suppression of the Indian mutiny, Including the captures of Barelliy and Fort Mahumdee, 
actions of Pusgaon and Russoolpore, capture of Fort Mlttowlee, Mehndee, and Blswa (Medal). 

138 Captain Jones served in suppression of the Indian mutiny in 1857-58, Including the battle of Agra (Medal). 

139 Captain Griffln served In suppression of the Indian mutiny In 1857.58, Including the battle of Agra (mentioned in 
despatch, Medal). 

140 Captain Wake served the Rohllcund campaign In 1858, and taking of Fort MlttowUe (mentioned In despatcn, 
Medal). 

141 Captain Eyre served In the Sanger district In 1857-58 (Medal). 

142 Captain Davidson served In suppression of the Indian mutiny, including the actions of the 30th and Slst May 1857 on 
the Hlndun, battle of Budleekeseral (severely wounded), and battle of Barelliy (Medal with Clasp). 

143 Captain Fraser served at the siege and capture of Delhi, and was wounded on 7th Aug. 1858 (Medal with Clas p). 

144 Captain F. E. Lewes was present at Peshawur during the Mutiny In 1857 when flee Native Infantry R^ a "S"5 l , w Jr 
disarmed and one mutinied. Also served against the Mahsood Wuseerees In the Expedition under Br. General N. Cham- 
berlain In April and Ma/ 1860. , 

145 Captain Smlthett aerved throughout the suppression of the Indian mutiny, including the first advance into Oude ana 
relief of Lucknow by Haveiock, besieged in the Residency from 46 Sept. to 17th November. 1857 (twice wounded), opera- 
tions at the Alumbagh under Outrun, and commanded four-horse guns in the action of Gallee (mentioned in despatches;* 
siege and capture of Lucknow (a Year's Service for Lucknow, Medal with Clasp). ... 

146 Captain Gully served throughout the suppression of the Indian mutiny, including the siege and capture of Veil "l 
relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, defence of the Alumbagh under Outram, alege and capture of Lucknow, capture oi 
Calpee (Medal with three Claapa). . 

U7 Captain Chichester served throughout the suppression of the Indian Mutiny, Including the actions of the 80thB»" 
91st May 1857 on the Hlndun, battle of Budleekeseral, siege of Delhi (mentioned in dispatches with "especial approba- 
tion and thanks for seal ability and coolness in situations of great dangei"), and battle of Bareilly (Medal with Clasp). 

148 Captain Pemberton served at the siege of Delhi (mentioned In dispatches with "especial approbation and thsami 
for seal ability and coolness in situations of great danger/' Medal with Clasp). 



War Service* — Royal Artillery {iau Bengal Artuun). 92m 

149 Captain Crawler was present at the outbreak of the Mutiny at Meerut on the 10th May 1867, and was afterwards 
pretest at the actions on the Hlndun, battle of Budleekeaerai, throughout the siege and at the final assanlt and capture 
rf Delhi (Medal with Clasp). Served with an expeditionary force In the Eusofsye Country uiider Sir Sydney Cotton in 
April and May 1866; and with a force under General Chamberlain against the Cabul Kheyl tribe of Wuseereea In 
Ifcc.ls». 

lid Captain B. T. Home served throughout the Indian Mutiny Campaigns and was present at the siege and capture of 
1 eihl, tbrenajhoat the Rohilcund and Oude Campaigns, including the action of Nugeena. relief of Moradabad, action on 
the Dojura, capture of Bareily. bombardment and capture of Shah jehaapore, capture of the fort of Mohumdee, attack on 
•ad capture of the fort and town of hhahabad, actions of Puaaaon and Ruesoolpore, capture and destruction of fort 
Mtfowlee, actions of Uehundee >.nd Bistvah (Mentloued in dispatches, Medal with Clasp). Present in action at Shub- 
kwJder durisar. Use Umbelah war (Medal with Clasp). 

lil r>pt^i«» t. R. Ryan serred at the siege and capture of Delhi in 1857, present at the actions of Narnoul, Gungaree, 
Pettkdee, and Mynpooree j also served In the Oude Campaign of 1858.59 (Medal with Clasp). 

152 Captain Girardot waa present at the actions of Bareilly, Shahjehanpore, and Bunkagoan (Medal). 

159 Captain Dixon aerved in occupation of the Alumbagh and siege of Lucknow (Medal with Clasp). 

154 Captains Dyke and Low served at the siege and capture of Lucknow (Medal with Clasp), 

15* Capta'BS Swinton, Warter, Ward and Garrett aerved in the Indian Mutiny Campaign /'Medal). 

15«> Captain Clarke aerved throughout the operations of the Expedition of 1863 against the Tribes on the North West 
Frontier of India, as Acting Commissary of Ordnance. 

199 Captain Abbott served In April and May i860 against the Wuseerees ; was present with General Chamberlain's 
force aad assisted in forcing the Bmrara Pass, and in all the other affairs of that Expedition. Also served throughout 
id* operation* of the Expedition of 1868 against the tribes on the North- West Frontier of India and was present at the 
rora cf Laloo and capture of Umbeyla. 

190 Captain Heyland aerved In the Ocde campaign In 1858, Including the action at Jamo and taking of Fort Blrwa (Medal). 

If2 Captain Ford served throughout the operations of the Expedition of 1863 against the Tribes on the North West 
Frontier of Indln. 

164 Captain Nelson served in the Oude campaign iu 1858, including the action of Russoolpore, siege and capture of 
Fan MitnowWe (Medal). 

1C6 Captain Lowla, Ueutenanta Garnault and de Lautour served with the Expedition of 1868 against the Tribes on 
the Nortn West Frontier of India. 

147 Lieut. Bridges served with the force under Brigadier General Chamberlain in the operations against the Wuzeerees 
B14S9-40. 

168 Lieut. r^n»»— served In suppression of the Indian Mutiny in 1858, Including the taking of Simree, and action of 
Berar CMedel). 

199 Lieut. Chapman served throughout the Abyssinian Campaign from December 1867, having brought the " B " Battery 
af Mountain Ordnance from England, and was most energetic in getting it into order previous to the arrival of No. 5 Battery 
21st Brigade; served with the Battery until the 9th April 1868, when he was appointed Aide de Camp to Brigadier General 
Peine cassaaanding the Artillery, and was present at the action of. Arogee and fall of Magdala (mentioned in dispatches, aad 
Medal). 

179 Lieutenants Pembertou and A. Conolly served throughout the operations of the Expedition of 1868 against the 



Times on the North West Frontier of India, and were present at the storm of Laloo and capture of Umbeylab. 
171 Lieut. F. A. Wilson served in the Bhootan Campaign and was slightly wounded in action at Bala Pass on 4th Feb. 1865. 



War Service*— Royal Artillery (Late Bombay Artuury.) 

I General Griffith wss on Held service from 6th March 1811 to 1st April 1812, including the siege and capture of 
Cayah and Fneeitra, and siege of Noaauggur- commanded batteries at Chyah and Noanuggur, and as Acting Field 
Etglaecr rased the walls of the fort of Poseltrs. Served with the army of the Deccan In ihe Mahratta war from 1815 to 
1SS8, including the taking of ftattarah, tHngbur, Poorur.dur, Wassoota, and several other minor forts, having command; d 
eattcriesun »»« different occasions and men *ix times under Ihe fire of 'he enemy ; received the Silver V, ar Medal with 
a Camp far the battle of Poonah ; mentioned in reveral dispatcher Waa Commandant of Artillery at Bombay for ten 
cansecnttve years from Feb. 1886 to Feb. 1846, and member of the Military Boaid of that Presidency for five yean ; and 
was mhnequentry appointed to the Command of the Brigade at Mhow, and Field Force at Deesa. 

J Sir Wiffiaxn Marcus Cogblan served the campaigns of US8-40 in Afghanistan as a Brigade Major, including the storm 
and cwntnse of Ghuxuee (menttoned in despatches and Medal), storm and capture of Khelat (mentioned in despatches 
sod Bsevetnf Major), and occupation of Cabul. Commanded a column from the garrison of Aden on 18th March, 1858, 
against the Arabs, and carried the Fort of Sbefk Othman by storm. 

4 Major General Treveiyan served the Persisn campaign of 1*66-57, and commanded the Artillery Brigade at the assault 
and capture of Beahfare, surrender of Bushlre, at Boorazjoon, and battle of Khooshsb j commanded the rear guard thence 
to ttragnddnck (three times mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal and Claep). 

5 Brigadier General Forater served the campaign of 1639 in Afghanistan, was present st the storm and capture of 
Gswxne* (Medal;, and commanded a battery of Horse Artillery guns at the ttoiming of Khelat (mentioned in despatches). 

a Colonel Seaiy served the campaign of 1-38-39 In Afghanistan, Including the storm and capture of Ghusnee (Medal). 
««rvcd In Persia in 1857 (Medal). Relief of Kolapore. Attack on Insurgent Bheels st Dubabunree and Ambapawnee on 
11 April 58. Operations in the Santpore Hills in 1858 In command of Mountain Train and left column of attack (Medal). 

7 r*r Arnold Burrowes Kemball served the Campaign of 1838-89 in Affghanistan, including the Siege and Capture of Ghusnee 
(Medal). Caaapsicn of 1857 in Persia (Medal, and CB.). The Governor General of India stated in his notification of the 18th 
June lft*7 that "the valuable assistance afforded on every occasion of difficulty and danger, and especially in the brilliant 
Expedition against Ahwax by Captain Kemball had been highly commended by Sir James Outram and merited the unqualified 
" i aad the hearty thanks of the Governor General in Council." 



yy.. — J hearty t _ „ _„ „„.. „ „«.«». .„ w »««. 

8 Ceianrl AKken served with the expedition to Persia in 1856-67, and was present at the bombardment of 
Mobsman*— mentioned in despatches (Medal and Claap). Served throughout the campaign In Bajnootana and Central 
ladaaha l»7-5». Incrudrng the action of Bewah, sieges of Awah (mentioned in despatchea), and Kotah (mentioned in 
eeseattrbea), and subsequent operations in Central India (Medal and Clasp, and Brevet of Major). 

» Cabanas Fuller served In suppression of the Indian Mutiny, and waa present at the action of Kotabkeseral and 
recsntnre of Gwattor (Medal with Clasp). _ „ . 

M Cssonel Worgan served with the Persisn Expedition, and was present at the bombardment of Mohumrah (Brevet 
•f Major, Medal aad Clasp). 

11 Colonel Wray was employed with the Turkish Contingent from Its formation to the end of the war, Including 
ha at Kertch during the Crimean war (Brevet of Major, 4th Class of the Medjidle, and Turkish Medal). 
onmaaad of the siege train with General Roberts' force at Bajpootana. and waa present st the sieges of Ahwa 
la despatches), and Kotah (menUoned In despstches), snd pursuit of Tanlia Topee (CB., Medal and ' Claap). 

11 Colonel Petite served Ihe campaign of 1848 in Scinde, including the battles of Meeanee and Hyderabad (Medal). 
Alan aerved fta suppression of the Indian Mutiny, aad waa present at the attack on Ahwa, siege of Kouh, sad betife of 
stomas*- sn*ntionrdmdespeich(BrevetQf Major, Medal with Clasp). Commaodfd the Artillery throughout the Abyssinian 



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92« War Service* — Royal Artillery (uu* smt^ Jrtaun). 

Campaign from lit Jan. 1068 and was present at the action of Arogee and Gaptnre of Magdala (mentioned in dispatches. 
CB., snd Medal). 

13 Colonel Woolcombe served la suppression of tlie Indian Mutiny, and was present at the siege and capture of 
Dhar In 1857, battle of Mnndessore (Brevet of Major), eiere, storm and capture of Jhansl and of Chandairee, and battle 
of Betwa (CB., Medal and Clasp). 

14 Colonel Hatch was present at the capture of Wankeera In 1844— mentioned In despatches and thanked by Go- 
vernment. Served with the Persian Expedition of 1866-57, and was present at the action at Reshire, surrender of 
Bushire,and battle of Kooshab— mentioned in despatches (Brevet of Major, Medal and Clasp). 

1* Colonel Murray served in suppression of the Indian Mutiny In 1857.68 (Medal). 

16 Colonel Brown served in suppression of the Indian Mutiny, including the siege and capture of Awah, siege and 
capture by assault of Kotah— mentioned In despatches, and action of oomgoneer— mentioned In despatches (Brevet of 

[ Major, Medal and Clasp). 

16+ Colonel Wallace commanded a Division of Artillery throughout the Abyssinian Campaign from 80th Dec 1867, and 
I was present at the Capture of Magdala (mentioned in dispatches, CB., and Medal). 

1 7 LtColonel Hajrgard served as Field Commissary of Ordnance and in charge of the siege train throughout the campaign 
i of 1858 in Central India, Including the siege and capture of Jhansi and of Gwallor (slightly wounded), and several 
j minor actions (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal and Clasp). 

! 18 Lt.Colonel Morse commanded the siege train with the field force under Sir Hugh Rose in Feb., March, and April 1859. 

\ 19 Lt.Colonel Anderson served in the Punjaub campaign in IM9, including the siege and capture of the fortress of 

Mooitan, battle of Goojerat, surrender of the 8*ik army at Bawul Pindee (Medal with two Clasps^. 

20 Lt.Colonel Shekleton served in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, including the siege and capture of Mooitan, and 
battle of Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). With the Prrslan Expedition in 1857 (Medal). With the Bajpootana field 
force In 1858, including the pursuit of Tantia Topee (Medal). 

21 Lt.Colonel Mellersh served aa Deputy Field Commisaary of Ordnance with the Persian Expedition in 1867 (Medal). 

92 LUColonel Glbbard served in the Persian campaign, including the surrender of Bnshire, battle of Kooshab, and bom- 
bardment of Mohurara (Medal and Clasp). 

93 LtColonel Marett serred in the Punjaub Campaign of 1848-49 and was present at the siege and capture of Mooitan (Medal 
with Clasp). Served throughout the Abyssinian Campaign having landed with the Pioneer Force at Zoulla on the 4th Oct 
1867 • commanded a Native Mountain Battery forming a portion or the Abyssinian Advance Brigade ; appointed Field Com- 
missary Jof Ordnance and brought the reserve Ammunition to Magdala, destroyed all the captured Ordnance, and brought back 
all reserve ammunition (mentioned in dispatches, and Medal). 

23t Captains Bayly and Reid served In the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9 and were present at the siege and capture 
of Mooitan (Medal with Clasp). 

24 Captain Blunt served in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, including the siege and capture of Mooitan, and battle 
of Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). 

25 Captain Henderson served at the storm of the village of Sheik Othman near Aden In March 1868. 

26 Captain Harris served with the Persian Expedition of 1856-57, including the storm and capture of Resbire, surrender 
of Bushire, and bombardment of Mohumrah (Medal and Clatp). Served in suppression of the Indian Mutiny at the 
siege and eapture of Kotah and pursuit, second taking of Chundaree, action of Kotahkeserai and pursuit, taking of 
Gwallor— mentioned in despatches, bombardment and capture of Powree, actions of Sindivaho and Rural, surprise snd 
pursuit of the rebels at Koondrye— severely wounded (Medal and Clasp). 

27 LtColonel Maclarhlan served throughout the Central India campaign of 1867-68 under Sir Hugh Rose, including 
the capture of Rathghur, action of Baroda, capture of Garracota, siege and capture of Jhansl, battles of Betwa snd 
Koonch, action at Gullowlee, taking of Calpee, action of Morar, recapture of Gwallor, battle of Jura AUpore and capture of 
Powree (four times mentioned in despatches, Medal and Clasp, and Brevet of Major). 

28 Captain Crowe aerved In the Persian campaign in 1857 (Medal). Also the Indian Mutiny campalgu, including the 
siege and capture of Ratghur, action of Barodea, relief of Saugor, capture of Garrakota, pursuit to Behra, forcing the 
Muddenpore Pass, advance on siege and capture of Jhansl, battle of the Betwa, advance on Calpee, battle of Koonch. on 
rear guard of 1st Brigade Central Ind'a field force when our baggage was attacked by the enemy's cavalry, action ot Dto- 
pora, battle of Gslowlee, advance on and capture of Calpee, pursuit to Surceela, advance on Givalior, battle or Morar, 
capture of Gwallor, final pursuit of the enemy and battle of Jowra AUpore, subsequent operations in Bundlekund, 
Including the taking of Garotha, and pursuit of reroseshah (Medal with Clasp). 

29 Captain Lucas served in the Indian Mutiny campaign of 1857-59.— with the Ahmednoggur field force in 1857-58 
Including the action with ioaurgent Bheels In Feb. 1858 ; and in 1858-59, with the Central Indian field force under Sir 
Hugh Rose. Subsequently with the Okamundel and Kattiwar field force and was present at the storming of the 
(Jbhpoora Fort in the Burda Hills on 18th Dec. 1859. 

80 Captain Hardy served in the Persian campaign of 1856-57 and was present on the mortar raft throughout the 
bombardment and capture of Mobumra (Medal with Clasp). Detached to Herat on a Political Mission by Sir James 
Outram during the Indian Rebellion of 1857-58. Subsequently served with a flying Column on the line of the Taptee 
River in pursuit of Tantia Topee in Nov. and Dee. 1858. Serred in the interior of Arabia in 1866-66 agalnat the Foodlee 
Arabs, and present at the skirmishes of Beer Said, Jowalla, and Ahmoodea, and at the destruction of the forts 
of Al Khor. 

31 Captain Denis de Vitro" served with the Persian Expedition In 1857 (Medal with Clasp). 

82 Major Twiss served with the Persian Expedition in 1857 (Medal with Clasp). Commanded a Steel Mountain Battery 
throughout the Abyssinian Campaign from 1st January 1868 and was present at the Capture of Magdala (mentioned in dis- 
patches, Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

38 Captain Stone served In the Persian campaign in 1857, including the capture of Mohomra (Medal and Clasp). 
Served as Field Commissary of Ordnance in the affairs of Beyt and Dwarka. 

34 Captain Swanson served in suppression of the Indian Mutiny in 1857-58 and was present at the action of Ahws, 
siege and capture of Kotah and pursuit, snd action of Kotarea (Medal and Clasp). Served throughout the Abyssinian 
Campaign from 23rd Dec. 1867 as a Commissary of Ordnance at Zoulla (Medal). 

35 Captain Le Cocq served with the Persian Expedition of 1856-57 and was present at the storm and capture of Reshire, 
surrender of Bushire, battle of Kooshab, and bombardment of Mohumrah (Medal with Clasp). Served also in suppression 
of the Indian Mutiny, Including Kotah, Kotahkeserai, Gwallor, Koonrai, and pursuit of Tantia Topee (mentioned in 
despatch, Medal with Clasp). 

36 Captain Hosklns served with the Persian Expedition of 1856-57, and was present at the storm and capture of 
Reshire, surrender of Bushire, battle of Kooshab, and bombardment of Mohumrah (Medal with Clasp). Served also in 
the Indian Mutiny campaign, including the siege of Kotah, recapture of Chundaree, actions of Kotah keSeria and Gwallor, 
bombardment of Powree and action of Beejapore, actions of Sindwaho and Knral* surprise and pursuit of the rebels st 
Koondrye (Medal with Clasp). 

37 Captain Roberta served throughout the Central India campaign of 1857-68, including the siege and capture of 
Rathghur, capture of Garrakota, siege and capture of Jhansl and Calpee and pursuit, surrender of Gwallor and pursuit, 
actions at Baroda, Mundespore, Koonch, Gallowlee, Moral, and Jowra All pore (Medal and Clasp). 

38 Captain Holberton served with the Persian Expedition of 1856-57, including the storm and capture of Reshire. sur- 
render of Bushire, and battle of Kooshab (Medal with Clasp). Commanded Artillery at the recapture of Kolapore in 
Dec. 1857. 

89 Captain Baker served throughout the Abyssinian Campaign from 29th Dec. 1867 and was present at the action of 
Arogee and Capture of Magdala (mentioned in dispatches, and Medal). 

40 Captain Stevenson served in suppression of the Indian Mutiny, including pursuit of the rebels through Bajpoo- 
tana, actions of Saguneer and Bunnass, and skirmish near Koosanah in command of the Camel Corps (Medal). 

41 Captain Woodward served with the Persian Expedition of 1856-57, including the battle of Kooshab (Medal with 
Clasp). Served in suppression of the Indian Mutiny in 1858-59, including the action on the Taringa Hills at Mybeekents 
and Gooserat (Medal). 

42 Captain Worsley served in the Persian expedition of 1856-57 (Medal). 

43 Captain Ritchie served In the Indian campaign of 1857-56, including the siege of the fort of Neemnch snd assault of 
Kotah (Medal with Clasp). 

44 Captain Berthon served in the Persian campaign of 1856-57 and was present at the bombardment and capture of 
the forts at Mobumra (Medal with Clasp). Commanded a Mountain Train in action with insurgent Bheels st Shan- 
sherpere). 

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45 Cantata Hareourt sored throughout the Central India campaign of 1857-58 (mentioned in despatches, Medal and 
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*» Captain Newport •erred with the Persian Expedition of 1850-57. including the surrender of Bushire and battle of 
Soesaab (Medal with Claep). 

47 Captain Vacheil serred with the Persian Expedition In 1857 (Medal with Clasp). Capture of Sholupore and surrender 
afJoakandeeinlgS*. 

48 Captain Baser! served in Persia from Feb. to Oct. 1857, and received three sword cuts in the action of Amberpanee— 
■cottoned in despatches (Medal with Clasp). 

48 Captain Stockier served with the Persian Expedition in 1837, and was present at the bombardment of Mohumrah 
(Medal with Clasp). 

Ht Captain S. T. Pottinger served at the attack on the Burda Hills, 19 Dec 1859. 

51 Major B. H. Pottinger served as D. A. Q. M. General throughout the Abyssinian Campaign, having landed at Zoulla with 
6e reconnoitring party on the 2d October 1867 ; present at the action of Arogce and fall of Magdala (mentioned in dispatches, 
ferret of Major, and Medal). 

tt Captaia Glbb wu pt esent at the siege and capture of Dwarka, Okumundel, and action on Burda Hills on 18th Dec. 1859. 

54 Captain William Ward served in the Mountain Tram with the Field Force from Aden against the Foodlee Arabs in 
lstt-«. 

ia Captaia Walker served in the Mountain Train with the field force from Aden against the Foodlee Arabs in 1866- 66 and 
w.e present at Bir Kneed. 

56 Captain Caldecott served throughout the Abyssinian Campaign with the Transport Corps from November 1867 (mentioned 
a dnatchea for "ability, energy, and zeal," Medal). 

»7 Lieut. Spring served throughout the Abyssinian Campaign from 23rd Dec. 1867 as Assistant Commissary of Ordnance, 
iad was in chat ge of the Ordnance Depot established at Senate (Medal). 

*j Lust Mortimer served throughout the Abyssinian Campaign from September 1867, having proceeded to Zoulla with the 
Braanoit-ing Party ; vas present at the action of Arogee and capture of Magdala, and mentioned in dispatches for " ability, 
esrrnr, and xeal" (Medal). 

id LienL Seton serred throughout the Abyssinian Campaign from the 4th Oct 1867, first with a Mountain Battery, and 
•fercmrds with the land Transport Train (Medal). 

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Edvard Donald Malcolm, 84 Commanding 1st Company Royal Engineer!, Quebec,) 

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Arthur Robert MaeDonnellMr Major, 15 Aug. 68, Cork 

Chades Anne Law de Montmorency, Gibraltar 

Em. William Le Poer Trench, 89 Ordnance Surrey, Surrey Division, London 

Francis Arthur Marindin, Deronport ' 

Moreton John Wheatlej. Gibraltar 

Edward Corsgarne Sim, China 

Ulnam Adolphus Frankland, Manchester 

Junes Hamilton Wilson. On leave 

Walter Moaerieff Thriepland Campbell, Newcastle 



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Richard Betton Bimxngton, Commanding Oth Company Royal Engineers, Bermuda 
Parr Gmllemard Llewellyn Smith, Commanding 26th Company Royal Engineers,) 

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Junes Makgill Heriot Maitland, Executive Officer, Woolwich 

Claries Edmund Webber, 89 Commanding 28th Company Royal Engineers, Curragh Camp 

Ei**rl Robert Fating*? Assistant Director, Department of Science and Art, South Kensington . . . 
G<crge Watts Stockier, Commanding 34th Company Royal Engineers, Halifax, Nova Scotia 

Joan Ashtoa Papillon, 88 Pembroke 

Conk* Douglas Pritchard, 8 * Major, 11 Oct. 64; I.e. 15 Aug. 68 ; Commanding 10th Company Royal I 

Engineers, Chatham j 

Eiwara Saumerex Tyler, Commanding 18th Company Royal Engineers, Bermuda 

Lhrod Thomas Brooke,** Major, 1 Mar. 64, Ireland 

Lchard Harrison,™ Major, 11 Oct. 64 ; Brigade Major, Royal Engineer Establishment at Chatham,) 

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livard Henry Courtney, 8 * Ordnance Survey, Macclesfield 

Lchard Mainwaring Forman Sandibrd, Commanding 2nd Company Royal Engineers, Cape of) 

Good Hope j 

Richard Bullen, Commanding 24th Company Royal Engineers, Mauritius 

lk*rj Hdskam Jona, Executive Engineer, 4th Grade, D. P. Works, Punjaub, 13 Dec. 67, Northern ) 

Divunon, Ganges Canal J 

Arthur TOlard Storer, Ceylon 

Joaa Thomas Twigge, North Britain 

Bcgmald Gother Thorold, Commanding 23rd Company Royal Engineers, Cape of Good Hope 

Gtoree Sacknlle Berkeley, Ireland 

Ea>ard Mitchell, Commanding 8th Company Royal Engineers, Woolwich 

J aha Gamier, Commanding 35th Company Royal Engineers, Chatham 

BJkH Murdoch Smith , Superintendent I ndian and Persian Telegraphs 

Charies William Wilaon, Executive Officer, Topographical Department, War Office, 1 April 69 

Wiiham Newsome* 8 Gravesend 

Jv&n Knox Tiadall, Portsmouth 

Otwft Sv*i adt+m,** JSxecutiTe Engineer, 1st Grade, 1 Mar. 68, D.P.W. Madras, Secnnderabad ) 



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Iaaiel Corrie Walker, Commanding 6th Company Royal Engineers, Aldershot 

t Robert Home, Deputy Assistant Quartermaster General, Aldershot 

Herbert Locock, Weston-suoer- Mare (Severn Defences) 

Frederick Hiane, 8 * Command ing27th Company Royal Engineers, Malta 

Wilhaai Keith, 88 Commanding 29th Company Royal Engineers, Portsmouth 

Fmuaaad Beckwith Mainguy, Commanding 37th Company Royal Engineers, Chatham 

Henry Frederick Chapman Lncin, Instructor in Fortification, Royal Military Academy, 2 Sept. 67 

Arthur George Duriiforu\ Commanding 33rd Company Royal Engineers, Malta 

Montague Lambert, Commanding " B " Troop Royal Engineer Train, Chatham 

Gtorge Edward Langham Somerset Sanford, Ordnance Survey, Southampton 

£4 vara Fraser Spearman Lloyd, Commanding 17th Comnany Royal Engineers, Gibraltar ... 
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Heary Darley Croxier, Commanding 21st Company Ro; 

Hcarj Spencer Palmer, Ordnance Survey, Tunbndge 

Rabcft Barton, Commanding 22nd Company Royal Engineers, Cape of Good Hope ... 

Robert Owen Janes, Ordnance Survey, Southampton 

Valentine Gardner Clayton, Commanding 15th Company Royal Engineers, Quebec, Canada . 

Henry Cooper Seddon, Assistant Instructor in Construction and Estimating, Royal Engineer Estab- ) 

baaaaent, Chatham ... ) 

Frederick William Richard Clementa, 8 ? Commanding 7th Company R.E., St. Helena . 
£d*ard Micklem. Commanding " A " Troop Royal Engineer Train, Aldershot ... 

Frederick Tynte Warburton, 88 Barbados 

arthar Parnell, Commanding 3rd Company Royal Engineers, Dover 

Gnat Blunt. On leave 

Charles Edward I*uard, Commanding 30th Company Royal Engineers, Gibraltar 
Brace Brine, Adjutant, Royal Engineer Establishment, Chatham, 22 Jan. 68 . . . 

iknader Charles Hamilton, Portsmouth 

Charles Crawford, War Office, Director of Works Branch 

Frederick Augustus Le Mesurier, Assistant Instructor in Army Signnlliug, R.Eng. Est. at Chatham 
Charles Richard Tierney Davidson, Commanding 38th Company Royal Engineers, Chatham 

Brace Hall Melville, Ordnance Survey, Oban, N.B. 

Charles John Mcrrsey, Commanding Royal Engineer, Singapore 

Lchard Charles Price, Commanding 4th Company Royal Engineers, Bermuda 

Jssrah Allan Millar, London 

Imra Pelham Hardinge, Ireland 

Jaka loberta Hogg, Devonport 

Hapier George Start 88 Commanding 25th Company Royal Engineers, Shorncliffe ... 

Taansa Pilknsctoo White, Ordnance Survey, Eainburgn 

Charles John CPNefll Ferguson, Portland District 

Gwrge Herbert BoHand, Ordnance Sun ey, Inverness, N.B 

Lchard Warren Stewart, Ordnance Survey, Chester 

Wuharn Salmond, Commanding 11th Company Royal Engineers, Aldershot 

Gearge Mansell Collings, Portsmouth 



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CkwUi Warren, Employed under the Palestine Exploration Committee 

Lfrard NicoUa Peters. Ordered to Bermuda 

Joes Heary Crowdy, 108 Devonport 

Hoaorius Susan Sitwell, Survey, Canada 

Chirks Albert Lyon-Campbell, Commanding 20th Company, Cork 
William John Engledne, Survey, Dublin 



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Lieutenants. 

William Shercr Maud, Woolwich 

George Vivian Sivcwright, DoTer 

Henry Somerset Clive, Devonport 

Dallas Gordon Jones, Ordnance Survey, Banff 

Arthur Blayney Coddington, Ordnance Survey, Inverness 

Hcnrv Fyers Turner, Dover Command ... 

William lnnes, A.D.C. to Inspector General of Engineers, 1 June 69 

Ilamilton Tovey, Devonport ... — ••• ■•• 

Richard Nicolls Buckle, Assistant Surveyor General at Hong Kong, 17 March 69 

Robert Athorpe, Woolwich 

James Fellowes, Royal Engineer Establishment at Chatham ... •;• •/ 

Richard Henry Beaumont Beaumont, Royal Engineer Establishment at Chatham ... ... 

George Le Breton Simmons, Assistant Engineer, 2nd Grade, D. P. Works, 10 March 6o, Rajpootana 

Richard Harry Williams, Dover 

Jasper Gustavus Silvester Davies, London District 

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, _- Public'Works Department, Ceylon 

Robert Young Armstrong, Aldershot ... 

Robert John Bond, Royal Engineer Establishment, Chatham 



Arthur Kvle Haslctt, Adjutant Royal Engineer Train. Aldershot ... ... M „ T - , A 

George Edward Grover, War Office, Director of Works Branch, Assistant Inspector of Works, Army Manu- 
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Charles Harfitnd Craigie Halkctt, Assistant Instructor in Surveying, Royal Engineer Establishment at Chatham 
George Henry Law Pole, Executive Engineer, 3rd Grade, D. P. Works, 1 Sept. 68, Chittledroog, Mysore. 

Charles Boxoen, Executive Engineer, 4th Grade, March 67, Mysore Division, Mysore 

William Hutchinson MuUoy, New Zealand 

William Randall Slacke, Ireland 

Edward Toler Wynne, Bengal 

Francis George Oldham, China 

Henry Allen Gun, London District • ^ • •• 

Geo. Gordon Chamberlin Bigsby, Executive Engineer, 4th Grade, D]P. Works, 1 April 66, Bengal... 

John Charles Ardagh, Brighton 

William Emmerson Peck, Eastern District, Colchester 



John Charles Ardagh, Brighton 

William Emmerson Peck, Easte... _„_„., ___„„.— 

Edmund Stephens, Assistant Instructor of Musketry, Royal Engineer Establishment at Chatham 

Christopher Josiah Russell, Malta ■ 

John Mabbott Morgan, Assistant Engineer, 1st Grade, D. P . Works, Bombay, 8 July 68, Sind 

Arthur Balfour Haig, Equerry to H.R.H. the Duke of Edinburgh 

Henry Cautley, Canada 

Albany Feathcrstonhaugh, Halifax, N. S 

Joseph Henry Satterthwaite, Ireland 

Ernest Marsh Lloyd, Tasmania, Hobart Town 

John Cosmo Macpherson, Cape of Good Hope 

Thomas Howard, Executive Engineer, 4th Grade, D. P. Works, N.W. Provinces, Eastern Jumna Canal... 

Frederick Bailey, Superintendent of Instruction, Bengal Sappers and Miners, 4 J uly 67 

Henry John Wolsteyn Gehle, Canada 

Charles William Whinfield, Royal Engineer Establishment, Chatham 

Studlev Tidal Smith, Mauritius 

Archibald Lewis Buckle, Executive Engineer, 4th Grade, D. P. W., 8 July 68, Irrigation Department, Poona, Bombay 

Peter Godfrey Tarbet, Chatham District 

William Henry Patten, Ireland 

William HenryCollins,™ Assist. Instructor in Surveying, 8cc., R. M. Academy, 10 Aug. 67 

Albert James uepper, Cape of Good Hope 

Reginald Frank Morris," Doing duty with Madras Sappers and Miners at Wellington 

George Harris, Canada 

Louis John George Ferrier, Acting Adjutant, Cape of Good Hope 

Stephen Weston Jenner, Devonport 

Henry Robinson, Canada 

Aug. Charles Colin Mackenzie, St. Helena 

Edward Hartey, Doing duty with Bengal Sappers and Miners 

Henry Fowler, Halifax, N. S 

Henry Horace Baker. Halifax, Nova Scotia 

James Dcvereux Bowly, Malta 

Charles Cunningham,'*" Doing duty with Madras Sappers and Miners at Bangalore 

William Alex. Wildman Orange, Bermuda 

Thomas Glancy, Canada 

Arthur Clitherow Ward, Acting Adjutant, Halifax, Nova Scotia 

Albert Charles Smith, Assistant Engineer, 1st Grade, D. P. Works, Madras, 18 Oct. 67, Kistna District 

John Edward Toller, Shorncliffc Camp 

Archibald Henry Kildahl, Acting Adjutant, Bermuda 

Arthur Hill, Acting Adjutant, Cork 

Francis William Nixon, Bermuda , 

Kellow Charles Pye, 100 Assistant Consulting Engineer, Railway Department, Bengal, Jan. 67 

Ralph Bhenins Evans Btockman, Assistant Engineer, 1st Grade, D. P. Works, Madras, 18 Oct 67, N. Arcot Disk. 

Andrew Abercrombie Jopp, Malta 

Wm. Arthur James Wallace, Assistant Engineer, 1st Grade, D. P. Works, Bengal, 1 Oct. 66, Officiating Deputy) 

Consulting Engineer and Examiner of Accounts, Bengal J 

Bindon Blood, " A r ' Troop Royal Engineer Train, Royal Engineer Establishment, Chatham 

James Gore Booth, "B' ,7 Troop Royal Engmeer Train, Aldershot 

Henry George Pilleau, Bermuda 

Alfred George Foot, Ireland 

Alfred Glynn Begbie, Cape of Good Hope 

Matthew Townsend Sale, Assistant Surveyor, 1st Grade, 15 Dec. 68, Topographical Survey of India, No. 8 Party; ) 

Central Provinces and Yisagapatam Agency, Ootacamund , j 

Thomas Joseph Willans,^ Executive Engineer, 4th Grade, D. P. Works, Bombay, 1 Jan. 69, Sattara 

William de Wivesleslie Abney, Aldershot 

Robert Algernon IAtesay, Assistant Engineer, 2nd Grade, D. P. W., Madras, SI Nov. 65, Tanjore District 
Sir Arthur W. Mackworth, Bart., " A T ' Troop Royal Engineer Train, Aldershot 
Frederick Firebrace, Assistant Engineer, 1st Grade, 1 March '" ' ~ " 

Engineering College at Roorkee 

Alurcd De Vere Brooke, " A " Troop Royal Engineer Train, Aldershot 

James Hubert M'Cnllagh, Assistant Surveyor, 2nd Grade, Great Trigonometrical Survey of India, 12 Feb. 69 ... 
Malcolm William Rogers, Assist. Surv., 1st Grade, 15 Dec. 68, Great Trigonometrical Survey of India, Deyrah 

Richard Arthur Sargeauntpo Bombay 

Geo. Ainslie L. Aston Whitmore, Assistant Engineer, lit Grade, D. P. Works, Bengal, 1 Sept. 68 ,Mooradabad,\ 

Bareilly Division, N.W. Provinces, India I 

Albert Eugene Dummler,™ Assistant Surveyor, 1st Grade, 15 Dec. 68, Great Trigone 



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Jeremy TayloT Marsh, Gibraltar , 

Robert John Henry Parker, Malta 

Henry Loftus Lewis, Cape of Good Hope 

Heary ChampenKrarne, Gibraltar 

Cleyton Scndmmore Bmucknmp, Assistant Principal Bookee College, N.W. Provinces of India, Feb. 
Vi/Smb Qeoorup* Executive Engineer, 4th Grade, D. P. Works,! Jan. 69, Reclamations, Bombay 
Leeiock Frmmcis Boilenu, Asst. Eng., 1st Grade, D. P. W., 1 Sept. 67, Ajmere, Nnsseerabad Division, Rajpootana 

Cleric* JUwmrd Pridden, Executive Engineer, 4th Grade, D. P. Works, Bombay, Uan . 69, Aden 

Thomas Brown Blake SavL Doing doty Officer with Bengal Sappers and Miners, 1 Oct. 65. Sick leave . 

Kalian Sedgwick, Malta 

Andrew Wilson Baird,™ Assistant Surveyor, 2nd Grade, Great Trigonometrical Survey of India, 4 Dec. 

Albert Henry Hime, Bermuda 

Taossas Fraser. Assistant Instructor in Field Works, Royal Engineer Establishment at Chatham 

Mark Sever Bell,"* Assistant Engineer, 1st Grade, D. P. Works, 10 May 69, Punjaub 

Frederick William Heneage, Canada 

Warrem Bjdtard Colvin Wynne, Gibraltar 



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George Fletcher Ottley Boughej ^ ' 



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Frederick William Watkins, " B' 

John Ramsay, Malta 

Wfllu^ham Franklin •K^JMTJ a «i J Bmpl 
George William Archer, Gibraltar ... 
Bj> " iMi " Gamer Scott, Mauritius ... 

Rseaurel Tudor Frere, Canada 

TW— Henr y Anstey, Bermuds 

Jokn BUI, Assat Suit., 2nd Grade, 18 Dec 66, Great Trigonometrical Survey of India. Sick leave to Europe" 
Georye TimdaU Plwnkett, Assistant Engineer, 2nd Grade, D.P. Works, 13 Feb. 68, Central Provinces of India ... 
Edward Merry Imrnunie, Assistant Surveyor, 2nd Grade, 13 Aug. 67, Great Trigonometrical Survey of India; ) 

Bruomahpatra Series, Deyrah } 

lotkinn Kerr Scott, Assist. Engineer, 1st Grade, D. P. Works, Bengal, 1 Mar. 68, on Sick leave to Europe 

Ihasnau English, Director of Works Branch, War Office 

Taknsaave Francis Rove, Halifax, Nova Scotia 

WAm Gordon Ba$$, Asst. Eng., 1st Gr.,D. P. W.,1 Sept. 68, BohilcundTerai Sur., Irrig. Dcp., N.W. Prov., India 
7&M9 Hnnyerfbrd HoUichf* Assistant Surveyor, 1st Grade, 1 April 69, Topographical Survey of India 
Frederic* Serile Shepherd, Assistant Engineer, 1st Grade, D. P. Works, Madras, 1 Oct. 68, Madura Distil 
Alexander Burnesa M'Hardy, Portsmouth 

Frederick Hassley Fawkes, Canada ... 

Tkommo Grmeoy, Assist. Engineer, 1st Grade, D. P. Works, 1 Sept 68, Chukrata Road Div., N.W. Provinces, India 

Doaatms OTJnen, Canada 

Cleacmt da Beauvoir Carey, Ceylon 

lu^ni^i Lowsley, Barbadoes 

WiUaws Hans Bathboxne, Bengal 

James Galwev, Halimx, Nova Scotia 



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Wilimm Henry Hdydon, Assistant Engineer, 1st Grade, D. P. Works, Bombay, 8 July < 

John Grcne HnU, Asst Eng., 1st Gr., D. P. Works, 1 Sept. 68, Allyghur Div., Ganges Canal, N.W. Prov., India 

Al*en\ Ana;. William Beamish, Portsmouth 

Henry Bnrdy CoU, Asst. Eng., 1st Grade, D. P. Works, 1 Sept. 68, Cawnpore Division, N.W. Provinces, India . 

Henry Omelet Reynold*, Assistant Engineer, 1st Grade, D. P. Works, Bombay, 8 July 68, Canara 

Henry ComnbeU Macdinrmid, Asst Eng., 1st Grade, D. P. Works, Bombay, 8 July 68, Lower & Central Sind 

Herbert Paget Knocker, Portsmouth 

Henry Fhseke Lee, Hong Kong 

J}hn JSokU MoMwariny.W Assistant Engineer, 2nd Grade, D. P. Works, Madras, 26 June 66, on Sick leave 

lal^agworth Richard Todd, Gibraltar 

Fraaos Qsrintin Edmondes, Bermuda 

William FiuHeary Spaight, Sheerness 

Wm. Sndmr Smith Biuet, AsstEng.,lstGr.,D.P.W., 1 Mar. 69, N.W. Prov., India, Senior Assistant Principal, 

Thosaisoii College 

WUSmm Henry Conker,"* Assistant Engineer, 2nd Grade, D. P. Works, Madras, 10 July 66. Kistna District 

Fleetwood Isham Edwards, Bermuda. 

Herbert Hughes Wbatley, Jamaica 

Harry Croker Fox, Bermuda 

Trends Mmstntt, Assistant Engineer, 2nd Grade, D. P. Works, 14 Jan. 68, Punjaub, Baree Doab Canal ... 

John Towasend Bucknill, Royal Engineer Establishment, Chatham 

DLort Wood, Cape of Good Hope 

Heary Eladale, Cape of Good Hops 

Johaaoa William Savage, Gibraltar 



Heailey FUul Kirkwood, Canada 

ftmnk t intent Corbet I y Assist. Eng., 1st Grade, D. P. Works, 1 Mar. 69, N.W. Prov., India, RohOcund Canals 

Anhar Granville Clayton, Devonport 

l4oa Walter Ottley, Bengal 

Swienhasa John Lambert, Assistant Eng., 2nd Grade, D.P. Works, N.W. Prov., Allyghur Division, Ganges Canal 
CkerUs Tkonme Hmrruon, Executive Engineer, 3rd Grade, D. P. Works, N.W.P. , 1 Sept. 68, Eastern Jumna Canal 

Mustafa Frederick Ommanney, War Office, Director of Works Branch 

Wilhum North. Canada ... 

dUtmmder Donmid M'Jrtkw, Assistant Engineer, 2nd Grade, Bengal, 17 March 69 

Charles Birkbeck. St. Helena 

J«ha Lawrence Macphersoa, Assistant Engineer, 2nd Grade, D. P. Works, N.W.P.. Meerut Div., Ganges Canal 

H«wrv Ffcihp Constaatine Dillon, St. Helena 

Walter Parke Jones, Singapore 

hVaard Gatrow, Ceylon 

Jem** Ford Dorwnrd, Assistant Engmeer, 2nd Grade, D. P. Works, Madras, 18 Dec. 66, Vizagapatam District ... 



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Heavy n^andesGObert Georges, Jamaica 

Wilhesa Lees Greenstreet, Ireland ~, 

Albert Coates, China. 

Godfirrv Hikiebxand, Bengal 

fetor* Chmdwick, Assistant Engmeer, 2nd Grade, D. P. Works, Bombay, 14 Jan. 69 

Wilbasa John Gill, Woolwich 

George William Tisamll, " B " Troop Royal Engineer Train, Aldershot 

Joto Tuonans Wright, Dover 

Jmkrom Awdey, Assist Engineer, 1st Grade, D. P. Works, Sind, 1 Jan. 69 
Wilbam Brunei Hurst, JLE. Est C " 
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Lieutenants. 
Arthur Clifford Alexander, Ireland 

Arthur Robert Puzey,»» Ireland 

John Matheson, Ireland 

John Barber Lindsell, Bengal 

William Gustavus Nicholson, Barbados .. 

Russell Richard Pulford, Bengal 

Joseph James Curling, A.D.C. to Maj .General f 

Commanding, Bermuda > 

Philip 8a vile Grey Reid, Aldershot 

Philip James Dardier Lindoe, Chatham 

James Broun, Weymouth 

Macgregor Greer, Assist. Engineer, 2nd Grade, \ 

D. P. Works, Madras, 13 April 69 ... J 

Edward Chichester Hart, Asst. Eng., 2nd Grade, ) 

D. P. Works, Bombay, 25 Jan. 68, Belgaum J 

Edward Cardwell Fanshawe, Assistant Private) 

Secretary to the Secretary of State for War f 

Maule Campbell Brackenbury, Gibraltar 

Richard Henry Jelf, Dover 

Henry Sidney Freeman Haynes, Weymouth 

Robert Gosset Woodthorpe, Portsmouth 

Francis Palmer Washington, St. Helena 

Sydney Long Jacob, Asst. Engineer, 2nd Grade, > 
D. P. Works, Bombay, 13 Jan. 69 ... ) 

Charles Fred. Cobbe Bcresford, Ireland 

John Simpson Nicholson, Bengal 

Napoleon Arnott, Bengal 

George Robert Walker, Assist. Eng., 2nd Grade, ) 

D.P.W.,Madras,17Nov.68,NortnArcotDistrict J 

Robert Cha. Thornton Hildvard, Aldershot 

Duncan MacNeil Campbell, Assist. Engineer, ) 

2nd Grade, D.P. Works, Madras, 20 Apr. 69 j 

Cha. Claude Clifton Barlow, Devonport 

William Robert Pnrehat, Assist. Engineer, 2nd) 
Grade, D. P. Works, Madras. 1 Dec. 68 ) 

Charles Moore Watson, Ireland 

Herbert Jekyll, R.E. Establishment, Chatham ... 

Charles Howard Peregrine Christie, Assist. Eng. ) 

2nd Grade, D. P. Works, Madras, 16 Mar. 69 ) 

Edward Crozier Sibbald Moore, Assist. Eng., 2nd ) 

Grade, D. P. Works, Bombay, 8 Mar. 69 j 

Edward Pemberton Leach, Bengal 

Samuel Compton Turner, Assist. Engineer, 2nd ) 
Grade. D. P. Works, Bombay, 14 Jan. 69 ) 

George lngelheim Jackson, Ireland 

Dam Charles Courtney, Aldershot 

Matthew Henry Purcell, Cork 

John Frederick Garwood, Pembroke 

John Edward Broadbent, Bengal 

John du Terreau Bogle, Portsmouth 

Charles Compton Seton, Devonport 

Samuel Buckle, Manchester 

William Edwin Llewellyn Morgan, Pembroke .. 

Charles Frederic Call, Bengal 

William James Home Logan Home, Bengal 
William Aldworth Home Hare, Devonport 

Arthur Octavius Green, Bengal 

•Henry Molesworth Chambers. On leave. 
•James Frederick Lewis, R.E.E., Chatham 
♦Fclician Rola de Wolski 



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Lieutenants. 

♦Robert Martin Barklie 

Charles Henry Maurice Kensington 

William George Morris 

Henry Denison 

♦Walter Haweis James 

'John Henry Thurburn 

•William Henry Johnstone 

•Matthew Henry Gregson 

♦Henry Hamilton Settle 

•William James Skeffington Dunlop 

•Francis Jeremy Day 

•Louis Faulker Brown 

•Duncan Alexander Johnston 

•Richard Gardiner 

•John Francis Hewson 

•John Hare 

•Ross Franklin Moore 

Walter Andrew Nugent 

•William Wilson Darby 

•George Henry 

•Charles Hervey Begot 

•George Sydenham Clarke 

•George William Bertram 

•John Collings MacGregor 

•George Alexander Cockburn 

•William Whiteford Bell Whiteford 

•St. George Mervyn Kirke 

Henry Pigot Nicholls Nicholls 

•Mark Henry George Goldie 

•Alexander William Smart 

•Adam Bogle 

•Arthur Thomas Preston 

Charles Henry Brookes 

•Courtney Clarke Rawson 

•Arthur Robert Ford Dorward 

•George Hastings Turner 

•Fairfax Norman Haasard 

•Charles Fearon Fuller 

•John Rouse Merriott Chard 

•Robert Maxwell Hyslop 

•Henry Hardinge Samuel Cunynghame ... 

•Horatio Arthur Torke 

•George Barker 

•Charles Hadfield Gordon 

•Horatio Dove 

•Sidney Smith 

•Henry Pilkington 

•Reginald Clare Hart 

•Frederick Wilmer Watldna 

•Henry Clarke 

•James Campbell Barker 

•Alfred Edgar Octavius Cotton 

•Henry Oliphant Selby 

•Montague Laugharne 

•Frederick Thomas Nelson Spratt 

•John Wilbraham Lindsay d'Anyers Willis 

•James Cameron 

•William Thomas Wilson 

•Mortimer Durant Whitmore 

•Charles Arthur Crompton 



Deputy Adjutant General— Colonel Eon. Hussey Fane Keane, 1 Jan. 66. 
Assistant Adjutant General— Colonel J. F. M. Browne, CB., 1 Jan. 66. 



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Paymasters. 
George Pringle,** 5 Aug. 69 ; Eon. Copt. 6 Aug. 64. 
William Henry Browning, 14 June 59 ; Hon. Copt. 14 June 64. 
Alexander Ricbnrdson,n*l April 63; Hon. Capt. 1 April 68. 

Adjutant. 
2nd Captain Bruce Brine, 22 Jan. 68. 

Quarter Masters. 
James Mutch (Commissary of Clothing), 22 Dec. 66. 
David Youle, 14 Jan. 58. 
James Steel, 14 Oct. 63. 
John Jones, 12 Apr. 64. 
George Stuxrock, 22 Aug. 65. 



Surgeons. 

Thomas Win. Fox.w MB., A.S. 28 July 62; Surg.lS Sept. 60. 
James Balfour Cockburn.w MD., A.S.S Mar.64; Surg A Jan. 64. 
John Lowe Erskine^a MD., A.S. 1 Sept. 64; Surg. 9 Mar. 67. 

Assistant Surgeons. 

Charles Henry Lect, 22 Jan. 58. 
William Gerard Don,i» MD.. 22 Jan. 58. 
Francis Henrv Preston, 10 March 58. 
John Stuart, 13 Oct. 58. 
Joseph Wm. C. N. Murphy, 1 March 69. 



Royal Engineer Train. 

Adjutant.— Lieut. A. K. Haslett, 13 Sept. 64. 

Veterinary Surgeons.— Tbomas Walton Mayer, 10 Oct. 66 ; 1*/ Class, 6 Nov. 67. 

George Fleming,H7 28 Dec. 56 ; 1st Class, 21 Aug. 6?. 

Scarlet.— Facings, Blue Velvet. 

N.B. The officers whose names appear in Italics are holding civil employment. 

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Hiney Rhodes Faber, Executive Engineer, 2nd Grade, D. Public Works, 1 March 68, ) 

feogur Dmskm, Central Provinces J" 

Hrri*rt WIDjam WoodV'Executive Engineer, 8nl Grade, D. PublicWorks, 14 Jan. 68, Bangalore 
i uric* John Smith, Executive Engineer, 3rd Grade, D. Public Works, 18 Oct. 67, Kistna " 

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H«ry Robert Mead, ExeentiTe Engineer, 3rd Grade, D. PublicWorks, 18 Oct. 67, Tanjore 

D-Jtnet, Furlough to Europe 

Henry Smaller, Royal Engineer Establishment at Chatham 

Fstnek Montgomene* Acting Executive Engineer, D. P. Works, Tanjore District ... 
Uri Henry Trmili™ Executive Engineer, 3rd Grade, Department Public Works, Jan. 

t>. Controller 3rd Class, 2nd Grade, Mysore, Bangalore 

* .Lam Cosungham, Executive Engineer, 3rd Grade, D. Public Works, 14 Jan. 68, Fur- 

tagh to Europe 

AexMmitr Jerome /tya/e, 17 ControUer, 3rd Class, 2nd Grade, D. Public Works, 1 Jan. 68, 

Assstant Accountant General 

Henry Meredith Yibart, Executive Engineer, 3rd Grade, D. Public Works, 7 Apr. 68, Fur- 
lough to Europe 

1*9 Thompson, Executive Engineer, 3rd Grade, D. P. Works, 1 Oct. 68, South Canara District 
?u ip Samuel Manndin, Executive Eng., 3rd Grade, D.P. Works, 1 Mar. 69, Boolundshuhur ' 

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Lieutenants. 
Alexander Thomas Eraser, Executive Engineer, 3rd Grade, Department Public Works, 1 Sept. 68, 1st ) 

Dr.mosL, Mnow and Xumeenban 1 Road, Rajpootana, Dhar , ) 

j 4a Fesmycxrick, 1 * Executive Engineer, 3rd Grade, D. Public Works, 1 Oct. 68, Bangalore Division 

LtaiitM Alexander Sim, Executive Engineer, 3rd Grade, D. Public Works, 1 March 69, Kohat Division, ) 

Punjauh, Kohat. Furlough to Europe ) 

Junes Lsw Loahington Morant, in Executive Charge of Parpoolee Ghat, Bombay, 1 Dec. 66 

Katers Pereival Peonemther,n> Executive Engineer, 4th Grade, D. Public Works, 23 July 68, South Arcot District.., 

Arthur Robert Edgecome, Executive Engineer, 4th Grade, D. Public Works, 28 July 68, Kistna District 

"fscmham Cubbon Clarke, Executive Engineer, 4th Grade, D. P. Works, 1 Sept. 67, Coorj Division, Mercara 

AnAur Frank Hamilton, Acting Adjutant, Madras Sappers and Miners, 31 Jan. 61 

1". : in Gordon Cununing, Executive Engineer, 4th Grade, Department Public Works, Madras, 1 April 66, ) 

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Second Captains. 
Hais;,jft Surveyor, 2nd Grade, 1 Oct. 67, Great Trigonometrical Survey of) 



Charles 
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•'• Hn ILlls, 1 * Executive Engineer, 2nd Grade, 1 Oct. 65, Oude 

Chnrlca Brodie Footman Penny, Executive Engineer, 2nd Grade, Department Public) 

Works, 28 Dec. 66. for Irrigation, Sattara f 

J«#**i Jbmt* 1 Major, 1 March 64, Deputy Consulting Engineer for Railways, Sind,Y 

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FC Cha, Aug. Goodfellow » Major, 15 Aug. 68 ; Executive Engineer, 2nd Grade, D. ) 

Public Worts, 1 May 65, Acting in Poona Districts f 

Irrwalov Hugh Mather, Adjutant of Bombay Sappers and Miners, 22 July 68 

Linn) Parry Gammer,** Executive Engineer, 2nd Grade, D. Public Works, 16 Feb. 69, ) 

Abmednuggur j 

Tsiser Mnnson, Executive Engineer, 3rd Grade, D. Public Works, 8 July 68, Sholapore ... 
Alfred Thomas Mander, Executive Engineer, 3rd Grade, D. Public Works, 1 May 65, Aden 
Joseph Herbert Bedford* Assistant Secretary to the Chief Commissioner, D. Public) 

Works, Central Provinces, 29 May 67 J 

Tsiter Harden Ducat, Executive Engineer, D. P. Works, for Reclamations, Bombav, ) 

l'>Oct.65. Furlouah to Europe * } 

Gro. Lane Cockbnrn Merewether" 

Fcvton Fhelpa, Executive Engineer, 2nd Grade, D. P.W., 1 Jan. 69, Lower and Central Sind 
f redenck James Smith" Executive Engineer, 2nd Grade, D. P. Works, 1 May 65, for ) 

U ligation , Belganm and Dhanrar. Sick lieave to Europe j 

Thomas Freeman Dowden, Deputy Consulting Engineer for Railways, 8 July 68 

Augustus! he Meesurier,** Deputy Consulting Engineer for Bailways, 8 July 68 

William Merriman, Superintending Engineer for Irrigation in Sind, 5 May 68 

Lieutenants. snu lieut . 

Keith Alexnnder Jopp* Executive Engineer, 3rd Grade, D. P. Works, 1 Dec. 65. Furlough to Europe 12 Dec. 66 

Claries Mint, Executive Engineer, 3rd Grade, D. Public Works, 1 Dec. 65, Colaba 12 June 57 

Heurv Herbert Lee,* 9 Executive Engineer, 3rd Grade, D. Public Works, 1 Dec. 65, Furlough to Europe 11 Dec. 57 

Alexander Beginald Seton, Executive Engineer, 3rd Grade, D. P. Works, 1 May 65, Sattara 11 Dec. 6' 

Willmm Maxwell Campbell, Surveyor, 3rd Grade, 1 Feb. 67, Great Trigonometrical Survey of) 

India. Furlough to Europe f 

Jas Henry Bobert Cruickshank, Executive Engineer, 4th Grade, D. P. Works, 1 Nov. 61, Kulladghee... 

Gnrmr WlmmmU OUAam, Deputy Consulting Engineer for Railways, D.P. Works, 31 Aug. 64 ; Furlough j 

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Henry Doveton, Executive Engineer, 4th Grade, D. Public Works, 14 Dec. 64, Bombay Defences 

iimest Lindmy Marryat, on Sick leave to Europe 

Charles Frederick Baldwin, Executive Engineer, 3rd Grade, Department Public Works, 1 Jan. 69. Assistant Con- j 

suiting Engineer Railway Department j* 

Maxwell James Macartney, Royal Engineer Establishment at Chatham 

Ontram Seton, Executive Engineer, 4th Grade, Department Public Works, 8 July 68, Reclamations, Bombav 

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War Services of the Officers of the Royal Engineers. 1 Oia 

1 Sir John Borgojne embarked in 1800 on the expedition to Egypt under Sir Ralph Abercromby, but was detached 
at Malta to be employed in blockade of La Valetta, and was present at its capture. Joined the army in Sicily in 1806, and 
embarked as Commanding Engineer with the expedition to Egypt under Major General Mackenzie Fraser, and served at the 
assault of the lines of Alexandria and siege of Rosetta. Was next employed as Commanding Engineer with Sir John Moore's 
expedition from Messina, and afterwards under the same General in Sweden in 1808. Sailed in the same year with the 
expedition to Portugal under Sir John Moore, and was present in the retreat to Corunna, in which he blew up the bridge at 
Benevente in presence of the enemy. Joined the army in Portugal under Sir Arthur Wellesley in April 1809, and was 
attached to the 3rd (Sir Thomas Picton's) Division ; was engaged at the passage of the Douro, attair of Salamonde, retreat to 
the lines of Toms Vedras, (blew up Fort Conception in presence of the enemy,) battle of Busaco, first siege of Badajoz, action 
of Elbodon. action of Aldea de Ponte, siege and capture of Ciudad Bodrigo, — accompanied the 3rd Division in the assault and 
ubcained his Brevet of Major for services at the siege ; siege and capture of Badajoz,— -accompanied the 3rd Division in the 
aesaolt and escalade of the Castle, and obtained his Brevet of Lt. -Colonel for services at this siege ; served as Commanding 
Engineer at the siege and capture of the Forts of Salamanca, and battle of Salamanca ; served as Commanding Engineer at 
the capture of Madrid and the Retiro. and aiege of Burgos (wounded) ; advance in 1813, battle of Vittoria (horse shot under 
bimi, siege of San Sebastian (wounded in the assault), conducted the siege of the Castle of San Sebastian as Commanding 
Engineer, Sir R. Fletcher having been killed in the preceding assault ; action of the Bidassoa, battles of the Nivelle and Nive, 
pntaage of the Adour, blockade of Bayonne and repulse of the sortie. Accompanied the expedition to New Orleans as Com- 
manding Engineer, and served in the attack on the enemy's entrenched position, and capture of Fort Bowyer. Joined the 
Army of Occupation at Paris on his return from New Orleans. In 1827, accompanied the army to Portugal as Commanding 
Engineer under Lt -General Sir W. Clinton. Sir John has received the Gold Cross and one Clasp for Badajoz, Salamanca, 
Vittoria, St. Sebastian, and Nive ; and the Silver War Medal with three Clasps for Buaaco, Ciudad Rodrigo, and Nivelle ; 
and, at the recommendation of the Duke of Wellington, the Portuguese Order of the Tower and Sword was conferred upon 
him. In Jan. 1S54 he proceeded to Turkey on a special mission, and prior to the sailing of the expedition to the Crimea, was 
appointed Lieut.- General on the Staff of the Eastern Army ; was engaged at the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, 
and conducted the British portion of the siege of Sebastopol until ordered home in February 1855 (Medal and four Claspe, and 
Turkish Medal). For his kervices at the siege of Sebastopol Sir John was created a Baronet and promoted to the rank 
of General: he has also the 1st Class of the Turkish Order of Nishid Medjidie, and the decoration of Grand Officer of the 
Legion of Honor. Sir John is also a Knight Grand Cross of the Bath, 

2 Sir Charles Grene EUicombe served in the Peninsula from Nov. 1811 to the end of the war, including the siege and storm 
of Ciudad Rodrigo, siege and storm of Badajoz. retreat from Burgos, advance of the army and crossing the Ebro, battle of 
Vittoria, as Brigade-Major; siege and storm of San Sebastian, 15th July to 9th Sept 1813; passage of Bidassoa, battles of 
Nivelle and Nive (10th, 1 1th and 1 2th Dec 1813) ; passage of the Adour, blockade of Bayonne and repulse of the sortie. He 
ha» received the Gold Medal for San Sebastian, and the Silver War Medal with five Clasps for Ciudad Bodrigo, Badajoz, Vit- 
taruk Nivelle, and Nive. 

3 Sir Frederick Smith served in 1809 at the siege of the Castle of Ischia and the capture of that Island and Procida in the 
fiaj of Naples, also at the capture of Zante and Cephalonia. In 1810, in the action before the investment of the fortress of 
Santa Maura as Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General and at the siege and capture of the Fortress as an Officer of Royal 
Engineer*. 

6 General Ord served in Spain during 1810, 11, 12, 13, and one-half of 1814, including the sieges of Cadiz and Tarragona. 

7 Lteut.General Foster was actively employed in Canada during the rebellion in 1837, 8, and 9 ; and was favourably noticed 
in the Dispatches of the Commander of the Forces, and upon the special recommendation of Sir John Colborne received for his 
services the Brevet rank of Major. 

8 Lteut.General Montgomery Williams served In the Kaffir campaigns of 1884-5 under Sir Benjamin D'Urban (Medal). 

9 Colonel Dnrnford served as Executive Engineer in the combined Naval and Military expedition up the Canton River in 
April 1847, and was present at the capture of eight Forts, viz., North and South Wantong, at the Bocca Tigris; Pachow and 
Wookongtap, at the Barrier; Zig-zag, Segment, Shaneen, and Dutch Folly, at Canton. 

U Colonel Harness served in the Indian Mutiny Campaign of 1857-59 as Commanding Royal Engineer, including the 
operations at Cawnpore against the Gwalior Contingent from 25th to 29th Nov., and battle of the 6th Dec. 1857 (Mentioned in 
dispatches). Siege and Capture of Lucknow (mentioned in Dispatches, and thanked by the Governor General in Council). 
Subsequent operations in Rohilcund and Oude (CB., Medal with Clasp). 

13 Colonel Hadden was actively employed in Canada during the Rebellion in 1837-39, and was engaged with the rebels at 
St Eustache and St Benoit. 

14 Sir William Gordon served the Eastern campaign of 1854 and up to July 1855; present at the battles of Alma and 
lakennan ; waa director of the right attack at the siege of Sebastopol from 8th to 19th Oct 1854, and commanded the Royal 
Engineers for four months during the expedition to Kertch and Yenikale ; was wounded on 22nd March 1855 repelling a sortie 
on the trenches before Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Brevets of Major, Lt-Col„ and Colonel, CB. t Officer of the Legion 
ef Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 3rd Class of the Medjidie). 

15 Sir Frederick Edward Chapman proceeded on a special mission to Constantinople in Jan. 1854. Was employed surveying 
the positions at Bulair, Adrianople, and Buguk Tcbekmadgie, previous to the arrival of the British forces in Turkey; was 
attached to the 1st Division, and accompanied it to Bulgaria, and Bulganak, and M'Kenzie's Farm ; also present at the battles 
of Alma and Inkerman. Served throughout the siege of Sebastopol, during the early part of which he was Director of the left 
attack, and in the latter part he was executive Engineer to the Forces. Wss several times mentioned Jn official Dispatches, and 
received the Brevet ranks of Major, Lt-Colonel, and Colonel, CB.. Medal with three Clasps, Officer of the Legion of Honor, 
Sardinian and Turkiah Medals, and 3rd Class of the Medjidie. 

17 Colonel Mann served in China during the wars of 1857-58 and I860. In Dec 1857 he commanded the Engineers at the 
capture of Canton (Brevet of Major). In 1860 he was commanding Engineer as Lt-Colonel at the Storming of the Taku Forts, 
and throughout the subsequent operations which resulted in the surrender of Pekin (Medal and Clasps, and CB.). 

S$ Sir John Simmons was employed for three years in the disputed territory on the N.E. frontier of the United States in 
constructing works for its defence and in making military explorations. Happening to be in Turkey in 1853 he was specially 
employed by Lord Stratford de Redcliffe on several important services ; joined Omer Pasha in March 1854 ; escorted the new 
Governor into Sillstria after the former one had been killed, and was present during part of the siege of that fortress ; laid out 
and threw up the lines of Slobodzie and Georgevo on the Danube, having entire charge of the operation with 20,000 men of all 
arms under his command, a Russian army of 70,000 men being within seven miles: was present during the occupation 
of WaUachia and had frequent charge of reconnaissances upon the enemy's rear. Went to the Crimea in Dec. 1854 to concert 
with the allied Commanders in Chief as to the movements of the Turkish army : was present at the battle of Eupatoria, laid 
out and threw up the entrenched camp round that place ; afterwards was before Sebastopol from April 1855 until after its fall, 
snd then went to Mingrelia and was present at the forced passage of the Ingur, where he commanded the division 
which crossed the river and turned the enemy's position, capturing his works snd guns: Omer Pasha in his dispatch attributed 
the success of the day chiefly to Lieut.CoL Simmons. He served as Her Majesty's Commissioner to the Ottoman army 
throughout the war and was employed in all the negotiations having reference to the movements of Omer Pasha's army. Has 
received the Crimean Medal with Clasp, the Turkish Gold Medal for the Danubian campaign, the Order of Medjidie 3rd Class, 
and a Sword of Honor from the Turkish Government ; also the 4th Class of the Legion of Honor. Was Her Majesty's Com- 
laiasiotter for laying out the Turco-Russian boundary in Asia, and granted the 2nd Class of the Medjidie by the Sultan, but was 
refused permission to accept it 

11 Colonel Colllrison served in New Zealand during the disturbances in 1847 and was present at the repulse of 400 
natives in an attack at Wanganui on the 19th July (Medal). 

22 Colonel Bent went to Turkey with the Eastern expedition in April 1854 ; served with the Turkish army on the Danube 
from June to Dec. 1854, and was present at the battle of Giurgero (mentioned in dispatches). Served at the siege and 
fall of Sebastopol from Jan. 1855,— for the last six months as Director of the left attack (mentioned in dispatches. Medal with 
Clasp, Brevets of Major and Lt.CoL, and CB. ; also the Order of Medjidie, and Turkish Gold Medal, and a Knight of the 
Fiench Legion of Honor). 

24 Colonel Jervois served at the Cape of Good Hope during the Kaffir war of 1846-7* snd made a military sketch of 
2000 aqnare miles of Kaflbrland,— 1100 of which he surveyed during the war (Medal). 

25 Colonel Hon. H. F. Keane served in the Crimea from 81 Dec. 1854, including the siego and fall of Sebastopol, and 
battle of the Tehemara (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

26 Colonel Has— rd served the Eastern campaign from Nor. 1854, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, sortie 11th 
May. cad expedition to Kertch and Yenikale (Medal with Clasps, Brevet Major, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class 
of the Medjidie). 

27 Cesonel Lovell went to Turkey on Service in March 1854, and wasemployed surveying the position at Buyssk Tchekmidji ; 

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1046 War Services of the Officers of the Royal Engineers* 

the Crimea. Was the Royal Engineer Officer appointed to attend Sir George Brown and Marshal Canrobert in their recon- 
naissance of the West (Toast of the Crimea previous to the landing of the Allied Armies. Landed with the army at Old Fort, 
and was present at the affairs at the Bulganac and M'Kenzie's Farm, battles of Alma (mentioned in dispatches) and Inker- 
man, and siege of Sebastopol, whence he was invalided while Brigade Major Royal Engineers in Nor. 1854 (Medal with 
three Clasps, Brevet of Major, CB., 6th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

28 Colonel Bourchier served in the Kaffir campaign of 1846, during a portion of which he commanded a Native levy 
(Medal). Served throughout all the operations of the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Anna, Inker- 
man, and Tchernaya, and as Brigade Major to the Royal Engineers at the siege and fall of Sebastopol— wounded (Medal 
with three Clasps, Brevets of Major and LtColonel, VB. t Knight of the Legion of Honor, 6th Class of the Medjidie, and 
Turkish Medal). 

29 Colonel Browne served for nearly six months in the trenches before Sebastopol ; was present at the repulse of sorties on 
22nd March and 5th April ; was engaged at the capture and defence of the Quarries, and senior Engineer Officer employed 
forming lodgments in and communications to that outwork, for which service he was honorably mentioned in Dispatches, and 
received the Brevet of Major. Succeeded Colonel Tylden as Directing Engineer of the right attack, and in the execution of the 
duties of that appointment was severely wounded by a rifle ball on 24th August.— left arm broken, shot through the shoulder 
and jaw injured (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Lt.CoL, CB., Knight of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish 
Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

SO Col. Montagu served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Inkennan ; also at the siege 
of Sebastopol until 22nd March, when he was taken prisoner during a sortie, but exchanged and leaving Odessa on the 2nd was 
again in the Crimea on the 3rd August, and again present at the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Brevets 
of Major and Lt.Col., Knight of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

31 Lt.Colonel F. R. Chesney served m the campaign that led to the capture of the valley of the Upper Waikato in Key 
Zealand in 1864, and was present at the assault and capture of Pukehinahina in the Bay of Plenty (Medal). 

33 LtXoIonel Cooke served in the Crimea from July 1855, including the siege and mil of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, 
Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

34 LtColonel Inglis served in the Kaffir War of 1850-52— throughout the year 1851 as Garrison Adjutant at Grahamstown, 
and afterwards as Deputy Assistant Quartermaster General in the Field (Medal). 

35 Lt.Colonel Wray was sent on special service to Japsn in Dec. 1863 as Commanding Royal Engineer under the Naval 
Commander in Chief Vice Admiral Sir Augustus Kuper. Was sent by him in August 1864 to reconnoitre the batteries in 
Simonoseki Straits, and was afterwards present with a detachment of Royal Engineers in the action of the 5th Sept. 
1864 and subsequent operations (mentioned in dispatches, Brevet of Major;. 

36 Lt.Colonel Pasley served with a detachment of the 12th and 40tb Regts. under Captain Thomas at the capture of a stockade 
occupied by insurgents at the Ballarat Gold Fields in Australia on the 3rd Dec. 1854. Served on the staff of Major General 
Pratt in New Zealand in 1 860, and was severely wounded at the attack of a Pah on the 1 1 th October (Brevet of Major, and M edal)t 

37 LtXolonel Stokes served in the Kaffir Wars of 1 846-4 7 and 1 850- 5 1 (Medal) ; was thanked by the Commander In Chief for 
gallant conduct in the action of the Gwanga on 8 June 1846, and again on 25th July for opening communication through the 
heart of the enemy's county. In 1 851 was appointed D.A.Q.M. General of the Field Force and assisted to organize some 9000 
Hottentot Levies, and was engaged in all the operations of the Division from Feb. to July 1851. and repeatedly mentioned in 
General Orders. In 1856 was appointed Chief Engineer to the Turkish Contingent and raised and organized the Engineer 
Corps and Train of that force. Was employed in fortifying Kertch during the winter of 1855-56 (Brevet of Major, 4th 
Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). In July 1856 was appointed Her Majesty's Commissioner for the Danube, under 
the treaty of Paris. 

40 Colonel Stanton was attached to the Q.M.G.'s Staff with the expedition across the Orange River under Sir George 
Cathcart in 1852, and was present at the action of Berea. Served tho Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the attack on 
the Port of Odessa, the battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Brevets of Major 
and Lt.Col., CB., Knight of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie;. 

41 Lt. Colonel Ewart proceeded to Turkey on special service in Jan. 1854 ; joined the army in the East on its arrival and served 
with it uninterruptedly until its return in June 1856, including one year as Major of Brigade, R.E. (Medal with four Clasps, 
Brevet Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 6th Class of the Medjidie). 

43 Lt.Colonel Nugent served in the Baltic during the Russian war in 1854 and 1855. In 1854 as Senior Engineer Officer 
attached to the Commander in Chief Admiral Sir Charles Napier, and was present at the Capture of the Aland Islands and 
fall of Bomarsund. In 1865, attached to the Commander in Chief Admiral Sir R. Dundas, and present at the bombardment 
of Sweaborg (Baltic Medal, and Brevet of Major). 

48 Lt.Colonel Belfleld served in the Kaffir War of 1850-52 (Medal). 

44 Lt.Colonel Porter served the Crimean campaign from Feb. to May 1855, including the siege of Sebastopol (Medal with 
Clasp, Brevet Major, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

46 Captain Crease served in the Crimea during the winter of 1855-56 under Sir R. H. Vivian; was second in Command 
of the Engineer force with the Turkish Contingent with the local rank of Major, and commanded the Engineers during the 
latter four months of the occupation of Kertch by the Allies (Turkish Medal). Served with the Central India Field Force 
under Sir Hugh Rose ; was Field Engineer and commanded the 21st Company Royal Engineers during the summer of 1858, 
and was present at the battles of Autsee and Gwalior and Capture of Gwalior (Medal with Clasp). 

46 Captain E. M. Grain served in the trenches before Sebastopol during the*-winter of 1854-55 (Medal with Clasp, and 

47 Lt. Colonel Ravenhill served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege 
of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

48 Captain Siborne served in the Kaffir War of 185 1-53 (Medal). Also in the expedition against the Basutas in Dec. 1858, 
having charge of the pontoons by which the troops crossed the Orange and Caledon Rivers. Present at the action of the 
Berea, and mentioned in General Orders. 

40 Colonel Nicholson served at the Biege and fall of Sebastopol from August 1855, commanded 4th Company RE. at 
Kinbourn, and was in immediate direction of the works for the destruction of Sebastopol Dockyard (Medal with Clasp, 
Brevet Major, 6th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Indian campaign from 12th Dec. 1657 to 23rd 
Dec. 1858, and was present at the capture of Lucknow (Brevet of LtColonel, CB., Medal with Clasp), has been frequent]; 
mentioned in despatches. 

50 Maior Cox served in the Indian Mutiny Campaign, including the Siege and Capture of Lucknow, Campaign in Rohilcund 
and battle of Bareilly as Adjutant of Royal Engineers (Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of Major). 

61 Captain Fowler served throughout the Kaffir war of 1851-53 (Medal). 

52 Major Brine served as a volunteer in the Crimean campaign from the 5th July 1855, including the siege and 
fall of Sebastopol; did duty in the trenches of the right attack (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Was present at 
the naval engagement with the forts at Kagoslma in Japan including the attacks on the Shore batteries on the 15th and 
16th Aug. 1858 (thanked in dispatch es, and Brevet of Major; also created a Knight of the Tower and Sword of Portugal). 

63 Colonel Fisher served at the siege of Sebastopol, from May 1866, and led a storming party in the assault of the 18th 
June (Medal with Clasp, Knight of the Legion of Honor, Turkish Medal, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Brevet of 
Major). Served in China from Dec. 1857 until the close of the War in 1860, having commanded the R. Engineers in 
the expedition to North China in 1869, and at the attack on the Peiho Forts on the 25th June ; was afterwards employed 
reconnoitring the Coast of Pehchill; in January I860 was appc inted one of the Allied Commissioners for the Government of 
Canton; served with the force under Sir Hope Grant in the Campaign of 1860 (Brevet of Lieut. Col. and CB.). 

55 Lt.Colonel Elphinstone served the Eastern campaign of 1854-66, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and was 
wounded during the afsault of the 8th Sept. 1866 (Medial with Clasp, Victoria Cross, Brevet of Major, Knight of the 
Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

66 Major Cumberland served in the Crimea from 13th Sept. 1 855, and was employed in the demolition of the Docks of Sebas- 
topol (Crimean and Turkish Medals). Served in the Indian campaign of 1857-69 ; was commanding Engineer at the siege and 
fall of Fort Ahwah, and present at the siege and capture of Kotah, conducting the first column at the assault (several 
times mentioned in dispatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp \ 

59 Colonel Lennox landed in the Crimea on 30th Sept. 1864, and served uninterruptedly with the army there until it 
re-embarked in June 1856 ; was present at the battle of Inkerman, attack and capture of the Rifle Pits on 20th Nov. 1854 
(Victoria Cross), siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the 
Medjidie). Served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58; was present at the action of Khujwa; commanded the Engineer 
Brigade at the Relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde (mentioned in Lord Clyde's despatch, and thanked by the Governor General 
in Council), and against the Gwalior Contingent ending in its defeat at the battle of Cawnpore on 6th Dec. ; present at the 
action of Khodagunj ; served at the siege of Lucknow In March 1868 (Mentioned in Chief Engineert report, and received 



War Services of the Officers of the Royal Engineers. 104o 

3kkK * Msjor); commanded the Engineers at the attack on Fort Rooya, and at the action of Alleegnnj ; present at the 
optam of Rsreffly, and at the action of Doundeskera ; commanded the Engineer* at the attack of Fort Oomreeah ; present at 
teaSairof Borjoedia, the capture of Fort Musjeedia, and the affair on the river Raptee near Bankee 31st Dec 1 858 (four 
uses mentioned in despatches. Medal -with two Clasps, and Brevet of Lt. Colonel). 

(3 Major Leahy Joined the Army of the East at Varna, and served throughout the campaign of 1854-60, latterly as 
&A.Q.M.6. to the Bojal Engineers (Medal with three Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjtdie). 

63 Major Stuart served dnring the operations of 1858-58 at Canton ; was present at the capture and demolition of French 
Mt Fort sad at the formation of defensive position at the Factories ; led the French Storming Party at the assault of Canton, 
isd use thanked by the French Naval Commander in Chief (Medal). 

Q Sir John CoweU embarked on board the Baltic Fleet with a detachment of Royal Sappers and Miners in Feb. 1854 ; in July 
w» appointed Aide de Camp to Brigadier General Harry Jones, and served as such at the operations against Bomarsund 
Bailie Medal) ; accompanied General Jones as Aide de Camp to the Crimea in Jan. 1855, and continued with him until his 
wears to England (Medal with Clasp for Sebastopol, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish 
Mesal). 

W Colonel Graham served throughout the Eastern Campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, 
•ad icned in the trenches throughout the siege of Sepaatopol— twice wounded. Led a ladder party to the assault of the 
Beam on the 18th of June 1855 ( Victoria Cross), and was on duty in the trenches at the final assault of the 8th September, 
swptoyedtntae destruction of the docks of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class 
«f :fce HedJkUe, Turkish Medal, and Brevet of Major). Served throughout the campaign of 1860 in North China, including 
*A; sssoH of Tangku and the Taku Forts, and surrender of Pekin— wounded with jingall ball (Medal with two Clasps and 
BmetofUColonel). 

tt Captain Philips served in the Crimea from Sept 1854 to Feb. 1855 (Medal with Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and 
Turkish Medal). 

« Captain Martin served at the siege of Sebastopol from Sept. 1854 to Feb. 1855 (Medal with Clasp, Knight of the Legion 
ef Hosor, fth Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

IT Captain Pratt served dnring the operations crossing the Danube in July 1 854, and received the Turkish Gold Medal for 
tbtcuapaign. Served during the Crimean campaign until the end of May 1855 (Medal with Clasp, Sardinian and Turkish 
Metis, sad 5th Class of the TMedJidie). 

fe Captain Drake served at the siege of Sebastopol from Nov. 1854 to May 1855 (Medal with Clasp, Knight of the Legion 
X Honor, 6th Class of Medjidie, and Turkish Medal.) 

61 Captsia James served at the siege of Sebastopol from Feb. 1855 until taken prisoner of war on 2nd July (Medal with 
Cfep, Mb Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Was attached to the Torco- Russian Boundary Commissions in Bess- 
ml»sedAsialnl85«-ST. 

JQ Captain Beaumont served with the local rank of Captain in the Turkish Contingent Engineers in 1855-56 (Turkish 
IkdtU Served on the staff of the Boyal Engineers during the Indian Mutiny— Medal with one Clasp for Lucknow. 

71 LlCoL Gordon served in the trenches before Sebastopol from Dec. 1854 to the close of the siege (wounded on 6th June 
li»> Accompanied the column under Sir John Campbell at the attack of the Redan on the 18th June; accompanied the 
ftassnyef Sappers attached to the expedition to Kinbourn, and present at the surrender of that fort. Was employed in 
tie denolUion of the docks of Sebastopol ; and subsequently employed on the Tarco- Russian Boundary Commissions in 
aeasusbiasad Asia in 1856-57 (Medal with Cla*p, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). Served in the 
Chinas ear of 1800 (Medal with Clasp for Pekin); end in the operations against the Rebels undertaken by the British 
Torre* is 180J including the Captures of tho Cities of Kahding, Singpo, Cholio, and Nsjow ( Breret of Msjor). Commanded 
n iKSaad $4eNattre Imperialist Force in thirty-three engagements with the Rebels (Brevet of Lt. Colonel and CB., 
u4 lse highest Chinese rank and honors). 

H Msjor Edwards served In the Crimea from 14th Sept. 1855, and was employed in the demolition of the Docks of 

tbsjtopol, and has received the Crimean and Turkish Medals. Served in India in 1857-59, and commanded a Company of 
u* Bsysl Engineers throughout the campaign in Central India under Sir Hugh Rose, wss present at the siege and storming 
Csasdsiree, siege and storming of Jhansi, actions of the Betwah, Koonch, and Ooolowlee, capture of Calpee, sction before 
adopters of Gwalior, and capture of Tantia Topee (several times mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, and Brevet 

Tj Captain Donnelly served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles in the Crimea, siege and fall 

* Ssbestopel (Medal with Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

74 Captain Scott served at the siege of Sebastopol in June 1855 (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

;e Captain Dumaresq served from July 1855 at the siege and fall of Sebastopol; did duty in the trenches of the right 
K!sd {Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

?s Msjor Scratchley served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol from Aug. 1855, and accompanied the expedition to 
Kbbosra (Medal with Clssp, and Turkish Medal). 8erved the campaigns in Oude of 1857-68, having joined General 
Wadasn'8 force at Cawnpore Nov. 1857, and was present at the siege and capture of Lucknow (Medal with Clasp). 

00 Msjor Darrah served at the siege of Sebastopol from June to Aug. 1855 (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 
Sriei as Executive Engineer In charge of the Railway during the whole Abyssinian Campaign in 1867-68 (mentioned 

• dispatches. Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

fcl Captain Maquay served ss Captam with the Engineers' force of the Turkish Contingent in the Crimea in 1855-66 
iTsiknh Medal). Served in the Indian oampaign of 1857-60, was severely wounded at Rows, and present at three ther 
" g sysKBta (mentioned in several despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

si Major Mould served in the field in New Zealand during the Maori War of 1860-61 (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of 
Major, sad Medal). 

W Msjor W. B. Gooset served as Assistant Field Engineer with the Central India Field Force under Sir Hugh Rose in 
1398; was directing Engineer with the storming party at the assault of the hill fort of Chandairee, present at the siege and 
^ffBtag of Jhanats, commanded the Slot Company R. Engineers during the action of Koonoh, present at the actions of 
Gasbwlee, Calpee, and Gwalior, and the capture of the two latter places (several times mentioned In despatches, Medal with 
Cssei. 

M Csptsin Malcolm served with the 28rd Company throughout the Indian Mutiny, including the action of Futtehpore, 
ft*** ef Lucknow, battle of Cawnpore, aflair of Seraighat, capture of Lucknow (mentioned in despatches), capture of Rooya, 
A&7fnage, and BareOry (Medal with two Clasps). 

**t Msjor MacDonncU served throughout the Abyssinisn Campaign with Head Quarters in Command of Bombay Sappers 
•U niaers, and was present at the action of Arogee and Capture of Magdola (mentioned in dispatches as having " rendered 
T «jsaMe sad important services," Brevet of Msjor, and M edal). • 

85 Csptsin Hon. W. le Poer Trench served with the expeditionary force in China in 1857-8 j was present at the opera- 
fl «ss prior to, and commanded a ladder party at the capture of Canton j also commanded a ladder party at the assault 
ladesstare of Nam tow (mentioned in dispatches, Medal with Clasp). 

«_.. . ... ....._ .... * "i of 1868 in Central India, under Sir 

> was one of the officers who led the 

j-~»,iH«wmn mm us« wunj^mfpa, w 10*1? tuuee uhuss uonuonea m. u»»p*t«u«B t wud with Clssp, and received the thanks 

(the Governor of Bombay). 

JT Capta in FesUng served in the first Brigade of Sir Hugh Rose's Central India Field Force throughout the campaign, and 
aR fraus m the Gwalior Division under Sir Robert Kapler ; present at the captures of Cbandeyree, Jhansi, Calpee, Gwalior, 
«d Poods ; actions of Koonch and Ooolowlee (Medal with Clasp). 

W Csptsin Pspllkm served In China during 1858-60, accompanied the expeditions to the North in 1858 and 1860; during 

tteenupsign of the latter year commanded as a Lieutenant the 8th Company R.E., present at the siege and capture of the 

J****** (Aug. 21st and 22nd) and engaged at the affairs of Sinho, Chsjagkyawang, and PaUiobaou (Medal with 

*"o Qssps). 

» U Cokoel O. D. Pritchard served dnring the Indian Mutiny of 1857-60 with the 93rd Company R. Engineers, and was 

JJ^st ins action of Khnjwa, throughout the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, battle of Cawnpore on 6th Dec. 1857, 

!**■ * Kbodsgunge, siege and capture of Lucknow, throughout the Rohilcund oampaig n , including tho attack on Fort 



rnj, and capture of Bareilly ; throughout the Oude and Trans-Gogra camp a ign, including the action of 
,u * — — » — ~- Port Oomreah, action of Burjeedla, capture of Fort Musjeedia, and aflair on the Raptee near Bankee 
(••ail with twoClssps> Served during the China War of 1860, and was present at the actions of Sinho and Tangku, led tho 
""Tilting party (after Mai. Graham, R. Eng. wss wounded) at the storming of the North Taku Fort, being one of the first to 
22? l**"* * the afiirs of the 18th and 28rd September, and the surrender of Pekin (twice mentioned in deojrtches, 
«*l with two Clasps, and Brevet of Major). Commanded the 10th Company Royal Engineers throughout the Abys- 



104rf War Services of the Officers of the Royal Engineers. 

elnlan Campaign and was present at the action of Arogee, and Storming of the fortress of Magdala— wounded in the 
right arm and shoulder (mentioned in dispatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, and Medal). 

90 Major Brooko served in the Maori war of 186*8-64 in New Zealand under General Cameron, and was wounded in tbs 
action at Rangariri (mentioned in despatch, Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

91 Major Harrison served during the Indian Mutiny of 1857-69, and was present at attacks on the Alumbagh under 
Oatram ; at the siege and capture of Lucknow ; throughout the Rohilcund campaign, including affairs at Fort Boolah, 
Alleegunge, and Bircllly ; through the Oude campaign of 1858-59, including the affair at Buxarghat ; and as acting Adjutant 
to the Commanding Royal Engineer in India during the Trans-Gogra campaign, including affairs at Burgudiah, Fort Mudjidea, 
and Bankee (Medal with Clasp). Served during the China war of I860, and was present at the affairs of Sinho and Tangku, 
and siege and capture of the Taku forts. Was attached to the Q. M. General's Staff during the advance on and surrender of 
Pekin, and present at the affairs of Senho and Uleangho on the 18th and 23rd September (mentioned in despatches, Medal with 
two Clasps). 

92 Captain Courtney served with the Expeditionary force In China in 1858-62, and was present at the action of Sheksing 
with the Kwantung rebels on 8th Jan. 1859. Accompanied the Naval forces under Sir Michael Seymour to the Peibo river 
in May 1858, and was engaged at the demolition of the forts at its mouth. Served throughout the campaign of 1880 in North 
China as Acting Adjutant to the combined force of Royal Engineers and Madras Sappers, and was present at the actions 
of Sinho and Tangku, siege and capture of the Taku Forts (mentioned in despatches), and surrender of Pekin (Medal with 
two Clasps). 

98 Captain Neweome served with the Army in Turkey and the Crimea from June 1854 as a Volunteer, and for such service 
with the Royal Engineers from Oct 1854 to May 1855, as Assistant Engineer, he received his Commission in the Corps ; has re- 
ceived the Crimean Medal with three Clasps, the Turkish Medal, and the 5th Class of the Medjidie. 

94 Captain Swetenhnm served in the Indian Mutiny Campaign in 1858-59, as an Assistant Field Engineer, including the 
defence of the Jelahabad post under Outram, siege and eapture of Lucknow (wounded), storm and capture of the Fort and 
entrenchments of Kussia Rampore, passage of the Gogra, and minor engagements at Buracussia, &c. (Medal with Clasp). 

95 Captain Hime served throughout the Chinese campaign of I860, and was present at the actions of Sinho and Tangku, storm 
and capture of the Taku forts, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 

96 Captain Keith served in the Indian Campaign of 1857-58, and was present at the capture of Lucknow (Medal with Clasp). 

97 Captain Clements served throughout the Campaign of 1860 in North China, and was present at the actions of Sinho 
and Tangku, storm and capture of the Taku Forts, action near Tungchow, and surrenderor Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 

98 Captain Warburton served in the New Zealand war of 1860-61, employed on special service and mentioned in despatches 
(Medal). 

99 Captain Start served in the Abyssinian Campaign and commanded No. S Company Bombay Sappers which did excellent 
service on the Senafe Pass and the Sooro Defile, ana was present at the action of Arogee and Capture of Magdala (Medal). 

100 Lieut. Crowdy was present in charge of a detachment of the Royal Engineers at the Naval operations in the Strait 
of Simonoseki in Japan from the 5th to 8th September 1864, resulting in the capture and destruction of the batteries 
of the Prince of Negato (mentioned in dispatches). 

103 Lieut. W. H. Collins served during the Bhootan Campaign of 1864-65 in command of a Company of Sebundy Sappers 
and as Assistant Field Engineer, and was severely wounded at the assault and capture of Fort Dalimcote. 

105 Lieut. R. F. Morris served in the Abyssinian Campaign in command of G Company Madras Sappers and Miners (Medal). 

106 Lieut. C. Cunningham served in the Abyssinian Campaign as Acting Quartermaster on detached duty at Antslo 
superintending works in that division with Madras Sappers (Medal). 

108 Lieut. Willans served throughout the Abyssinian Campaign ; commenced the Survey of the Railway in Nov. 1867, 
remained superintending bridges till ordered to the front ; present at the action of Arogee and Storming of Magdala (men- 
tioned in dispatches for services with the Railway Department, Medal). 

109 Lieut. K. C. Pye served as Assistant Field Engineer with the Dooar field force in 1866. Commanded 7th Company 
Sappers and Miners at the recapture of Dewangiri, 2nd April 1865. 

110 Lieut. Sergeaunt served in the Passes during the Abyssinian Campaign in charge of Water Supply and road repairs 
(mentioned in dispatches, Medal). 

111 Lieut. Dummler served in the Abyssinian Campaign and was engaged in carrying on the Trigonometrical Surrey from 
the Coast to Magdala (mentioned in dispatches, Medal). 

118 Lieut. Osborn served with No. 1 Company Bombay Sappers in the Abyssinian Campaign and performed the duties 
of Adjutant from Jsn. to May 1868 (Medal). ^^ 

114 Lieut. Holdich served in 1865-66 on special duty with a Survey detachment in Bhootan. Served in the Abyssinian 
Campaign in 1868 and was engaged in carrying on the Trigonometrical Survey from the Coast to Magdala (mentioned in dis- 
patches, Medal). 

115 Lieut. Baird served in the Abyssinian Campaign as Traffic Manager of the Railway, and was mentioned in dispatches 
for zeal and management in bringing safely and expeditiously troops and baggage for embarkation (Medal). 

116 Lieut. M. S. Bell commanded the detachment of Sappers and Miners ana served as Assistant Field Engineer with the 
right column Bhootan Field Force in 1865-66, and was present at the seizure of the Monar Bridge. Commanded the 
detachment of Sappers and Miners and served as Assistant Field Engineer throughout the Huzara Campaign of 1868,— the 
forced march of 600 miles made by the detachment, its services, and the conduct of the officer commanding prominently 
brought to notice in dispatches. 

117 Lieut. Manwaring served in the Abyssinian Campaign as an Assistant Field Engineer and was employed in the 
Water Supply Department (mentioned in dispatches, Medal). 

118 Lieut. Coaker served as an Assistant Field Engineer, working with the 4th Company Bombay Sappers and Miners 
throughout the Abyssinian Campaign (Medal). 

130 Lieut. H. H. Murphy served in command of the 2nd Company of Sappers and Miners and as Assistant Field Engineer 
with the Huzara Field Force in 1868,— the forced march of 600 miles made by the Sappers and Miners was brought promi- 
nently to notice (mentioned in dispatches). 

122' Lieut Puzey served in the Abyssinian Campaign in charge of the Telegraphs between Zoulla and Antalo. "The 
telegraph worked well and rendered important servicc ,T (mentioned in dispatches, Medal). 

124 Captain Pringle was present in various actions against the Insurgent Dutch Boors at Port Natal in May and June 1848. 
Served in the Kaffir War in 1846 (Medal). Also throughout the Eastern Campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma 
and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

126 Captain Richardson served throughout the Eastern Campaign of 1854-65 (Medal with Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

187 Veterinary Surgeon Fleming served in the Military Train with the expedition In North China in i860, and 
was present at Sinho, Tangku, capture of the Taku Forts, actions near Tangchow, and surrender of Pekin (Medal 
with two Clasps). 

128 Surgeons Fox, Cockburn, and Erskine, and Assist.Surgeon Don.— For War Services see w Medical Department." 

War Services of Royal Engineers (i*t* Bengal B* g \ntcrt\ 

1 8ir John Cheape served with the forces under Lord Hastings in the Pmdarree war of 1815-16, and was present at the 
aleges of Dhamounee and Mnndela. Served with the Nerbudda field force under General Adams in 1817, and under 
General Dovelon and Sir John Malcolm in 1818, and present at the siege of Asseerghur. Served throughout the Burmese 
war of 1834-26 (Medal). Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, and was chief engineer at the siege and capture of Mooltan and 
battle of Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps, Aide de Camp to the Queen, snd CB.). Was second In command to General 
Godwin in the Burmese war of 1852-53, and commanded the expedition which captured Donabew, and was appointed 
to command the entire force on departure of General Godwin (Medal, and KCB.). 

2 General Garstin served during the Nepaul war of 1815-16 (Medal). Also the Mahratta war of 1817-18. 

8 LieulGeneral Goodwyn served at the aiege and capture of Bhurtpore in 1825-26 (Medal). Also In the Pmnjaub 
Campaign (Medal). 

4 Major General Baker served In the Sutlej Campaign in 1846, and was mentioned in despatches for conducting General 
Dick's division into the entrenchments at Sobraon (Medal, and Brevet of Major). 

5 Lord Napier served throughout the Sutlej Campaign of I8J5-46 as Chief Engineer at the battles of Moodkee 
(horse killed) and Feroceshah (severely wounded and horse killed), and as Brigade Major of Engineers at the battle of 
Sobraon, and In the subsequent advance on Lahore (mentioned In dispatches, Medal and two Clasps, and Brevet of 
Major), Appointed In 1646 Chief Engineer to conduct the siege of the hill fort of Ksngra, and received the special 
thanks of Government for his services in the transport of the siege train to that place. Served the Puniaub campaign 
of 1848-49, was Chief Engineer during part of the siege of Mooltan in 1849 (severely wounded), and Commanding 
Engineer of the right wing at the battle of Goojerat, and in Sir Walter Gilbert's pursuit of the Sikh Army (mentioned. 



War Services of Royal Engineers {late Bengal Sngin$er t \ I04e 

tie special than** of Government. Served throughout the Indian Mutiny Campaigns $ wai Chief of the Staff to Ootram 

ia i*>7, and present in the several actions leading to the first relief of Lucknow in September— Mnngai war, Alum- 

lagh, and Charbagh ; commanded the troops In the rescue of the siege train which had been surrounded and cut off in 

tct suburbs; the sortie for the capture of Phillip's Garden Battery, and other separate operations (severely wounded). 

Prueat as Chief of the Staff in the later operations at the Alumbagh after the second relief of Lucknow. Brigadier and 

(.itf Engineer at the siege and capture of Lucknow (mentioned, CB.), Commanded a brigade at the capture of 

una tor. Defeated Tantia Topee at Joura-Alipore, capturing 25 guns (thanks of Parliament and KCB.). When in 

c ^ztand of the Gwalior division bombarded and reduced the fort of Powrie in Aug. 1858. After five days' close pursuit 

* jrriscd and defeated with a squadron of the 14th Hussars Ferosesha's lorce at R anode (Medal with three 

< tsps, and a year's service for Lncknow). Commanded the 2nd Division of the China expeditionary force in the cam- 

jjvnof I860, Including the action of Sinho; present atTanku (division in reserve); with his Division and the whole 

i: ihe ArtilKry, in conjunction with the French Division of General Collineau, directed the operations ending in th« 

forming of the North Taku Fott : present at the advance upon and surrender of Pekin (thanks of Parliament, Medal 

■ i:h two Clasps, promoted Major General for distinguished service, and appointed Military Member of the Council of 

the Governor- General of India). Raised to the Peerage in 1868 for his eminent services as Commander in Chief of the 

ibrssmism Expeditionary Force, also received the thanks of both Houses of Parliament, and nominated a GCB. 

r - £ir Henry Durand served in the Afghanistan campaign, headed the explosion party and fired the train at Gbutnee 

Medal . Gwalior campaign of 1843-44, including the battle of Maharajpore fbronxe star). Punjaub campaign of 1818- 

•L' iocludine the battles of Chlilianwallah and Goojerat (Medal with iwo Clasps, and Brevet of Major). As agent to the 

GjTcrnor- General in Central India in 1857, was present at the buttle of Mundesore, siege and capture of Dhar, and 

^teral minor affaire,— conduct reported by Earl Canning "to have been marked by great foresight and the soundest 

^dement as well in military as in civil matters," snd that "Colonel Durand saved our interests in India until support 

c ±ti arrive " (Medal. CB., and Brevet of Colonel). 

* Colonel Strachey served in the Sntlej campaign of 1845-46, on the staff of Sir Harry Smith at the battles of Allwal 
uA Sobraon (mentioned in dispatches, Medal and Clasp). 

\2 Colonel Becher served the campaign of 1842 in Afghanistan, including the forcing of the Khyber Pass (Medal), 
Satiej campaign in 1846, and severely wounded at the battle of Sobraon (Medal, and Brevet of Major). Mentioned in 
.1 tpaiches for services in operations against the mutineers on the Hazarah frontier, and in operations on the Eusufsai 
frontier in lSS7 (Civil CB.). 

I J Colonel Campbell served the Gwalior campaign of 1843-44 and was present at the battle of Maharajpore (Bronse 
var . Burmese war of 1852-53, including the capture of Pegu and its first and second defence (Medal). Served at Agra 
during the Indian rebellion and was present at the action with Nusserabad mutineers on &th July 1857 (Medal). 

16 Colonel Lake served the Sntlej campaign of 1845-46, Including the battles of Moodkee (wounded) and Aliwal 
Medal and Clasp). Punjaub campaign of 1848-49; commanded the troops of the Nawab of Bhawulpore throughout the 

t-ete operations before Mooltan (wounded), and present at the battle of Goojerat, and pursuit of the Seikhs and Affghans 
Medal with two Clasps, and Brevet of Major). 

17 Colonel Hutchinson served in the Sutlej campaign (Medal). 

Id Colonel Crommelin served in the Sutlej campaign (Medal). Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, including the battles 
-( Sadoolapore, Chillianwailah, and Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). Served as Chief Engineer with Havelock's force 
i; :>oth passages of the Ganges, at the subsequent actions leading to and ending in the first relief of Lucknow, and at 
tt subsequent defence of the Residency— mentioned in dispatches for the skill with which he bridged the Ganges with 
«.»sder means and in the face of the enemy, and directed extraordinary countermining operations at Lucknow (Medal with 
L^jp, Brevet of Major, CB., and a year's service). 

3D Colonel NicoUs served the Gwalior campaign of 1843-44, including the battle of Maharajpore (bronze star). Was 
srpeieiy wounded in the Sutlej campaign (Medal). 
11 Cclotnel Hodgson served in the Sutlej campaign and was present at the battle of Sobraon (Medal). 
22 Colonel Robinson served in the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46 and was present at the battle of Sobraon (Medal). 
Purjanb campaign of 1848-49, including the battles of Chlilianwallah and Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). 

-3 Colonel Taylor served in the Sutlej campaign In 1846, and was present at the battle of Sobraon (Medal). Punjaub 
caarpavgaof 1848-49, throughout the operations before Mooltan Including ibe first siege, storming of the Intrenched 
fK-ntiva on 19th Sept. (wounded), action of Soorjkoond, capture of the suburbs, and conducted the storming party at the 
a*»«olt of the city, afterwards present at the battle of Goojerat (medal with two Clasps). Served as second in command 
A engineers throughout snd director of the attack at the siege of Delhi (mentioned in dispatch, Brevet of Major, and 
t* jnks of the Governor General of India) j was commanding engineer at the affair of Futtehpore Sikri, and with Seaton's 
f rce at the actions of Gungeree, Puttialee and Mynpoory (mentioned); commanded Bengal Engineers at the siege and 
.tstareef Lncknow and was severely wounded at the storming of the Begum's Palace (mentioned, CB., Brevet of 
LrXolouel, Medal with two Clasps). 

;i LLCokwel Eraser served in the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46 (Medal). Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, as Adjutant of 
tappers at the siege of Mooltan and battle of Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). Burmese war of 1852-53, and accompa- 
uvd the cotamn under General Stee Ito Tonghoo (Medal). 

a Lt.Colosiel Drummond served in the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46 (Medal). Burmese war of 1852-53 (Medal). Was 
pracif al field engineer with Sir John Jones's column in the Rohiicund campaign of 1858 (mentioned in dispatches, 
Brevet of Major. Medal). 

T. LiCofonel Glover served the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, Including the first siege, storming of the intrenched 
pasttkMsa on 9th and 12th Sept., action of Soorjkoond, capture of the suburbs, storm of the city, and surrender of the 
.- jiUtM , surrender of the fort and garrison of Cheniote, and battle of Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). Served at Agra 
-ianna; the Indian Mutiny and was present at the battle fought there on the 5th July 1857 (Medal). 

!•> LtXolonel Hyde served In the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, including the operations before Mooltan, capture of the 
r^bcrba, storm of the city, and surrender of the fortress j also surrender of the fort and garrison of Cheniote, and battle 
rt Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). Served as field engineer in operations against the hill tribes on the Eusufiai 
irc-ntkr In 1857. 
IS It Colonel Young served at the siege of Mooltan (Medal). 

3! Colonel Greathed served the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, throughout the operations before Mooltan, Including 
tVe first sJeee, storming of the intrenched positions on 9th and 12th September, action of Soorjkoond, assault of the city 
auxwsavnied the storming party), and surrender of the fortress, also surrender of the fort and garrison of Cheniote, and 
ku of Goojerat (mentioned in despatches. Medal with two Clasps). Appointed Aide de Camp to the Lieutenant Governor 
«./ the N.W. Provinces at the outbreak of the Indian Mutiny of 1857. Reported by Earl Canning to have "performed 
atost perilous dnty between Agra and Delhi with excellent judgment and courage under the orders of the Civil Govern- 
aweat" , Civil CB.). Extra Aide de Camp to Sir H. Barnard and the successive commanders before Delhi. On the staff 
at the battle of Budlekeserai. Served throughout the siege of Delhi aa director of the left attack (horse shot under him 
ia reneumajthe sortie of 9th July), snd severely wounded at the storm of the city whilst conducting the column of assault 
ifnnat the Water Bastion on 14th Sept. 1857. Field Engineer with Seaton's force at the actions of Gungeree, Puttialee, 
asd Mynpoory. A Directing Engineer throughout the siege and capture of Lucknow (frequently mentioned in despatches, 
Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps). Served in the China Expedition of 1860 as Extra Aide de Camp to Sir Robert 
Xapier. was sUgbtly wounded in first reconnaissance from Pehtang, and present at the actions of Sinho and Tnngku, 
warming of the Taku Ports, and surrender of Pekin (mentioned in dispatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with two Claaps), 
35 Lr.CoioneJ OUphant served in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, including the siege and capture of Mooltan, surrender 
of the tort and garrison of Cheniote, and battle of Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). 

."■4 Lt.Colooel Gulliver served throughout the operations before Mooltan in 1848-49, including the first siege, storming of 
the retrenched positions on 9th and 12th September, and storm of the city— severely wounded (Medal with Clasp;. As a 
•ubatern raised the 24th Punjaub Pioneers and commanded them at the sieges of Delhi and Lucknow, and scrvtd also 
throughout the campaign of 1858-59 in Oude (Medal with two Clasps and Brevet of Major). 

» Captain Pollard served in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, Including the aiege of Mooltan (wounded), and battle of 
Looierat (Medal with two Clasps). 

tt Captain Stewart served in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, including the siege of MoUtan, and battle of Goojerat 
-U^al «fth two rtasps). Also in the Indian Mutiny eampa gn, including the battle of Budlekeaerai, and throughout the 
>»»< of Delhi CUedal with Cla«p). 
J7 LtColonel ManuseU served the Punjaub campaign of 1849-49, throughout the operations lefore Mooltan, including 

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the Ant siege, ■tonning of the Intrenched positions on 9th and 12th September, and surrender of the fortress, also surrender 
of the fort and garrison of Cheniote, and battle of Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). In the Indian Mutiny campaign 
commanded Sappers and Miners at the actions on the Hindun, battle of Budlekeserai, and throughout the siege of Delhi, 
directed the right attack daring the final operations, and was dangerously wounded when conducting the column of assault 
on the Pahareepore suburb on 14th Sept. 1857. Commanded sappers at the siege and capture of Lucknow, In the Rohil- 
cund campaign at Rooyah, Alygunge, and Bareilly, and at Mltowlee in the Oude campaign of 1858-59 (mentioned in 
dispatches, Medal with two Clasps, and Brevet of Major). 

09 Lt. Colonel Tennant served at the siege and assault of Delhi, also at the siege and capture of Lucknow (Medal with 
two Clasps, and Brevet of Major). 

40 Lt. Colonel Medley served in the Indian Mutiny campaign, including the battle of Budleekeseral, throughout the liege 
of Delhi, and severely wounded whilst conducting the storming party at the assault of the Cashmeer Breach (mentioned in 
dispatches). Served with Seaton's column at the actions of Gungeree, Puttialee, and Mynpoory, and at the siege and 
capture of Lucknow (mentioned In dei patches, Medal with two Clasps, and Brevet of Major). 

41 Captain Russell served as Brigade Major of Engineers at the relief of Lucknow by Havelock, and throughout the 
Subsequent defence of the Residency— wounded (Medal with Clasp, and a year's service). 

42 Captain Williams served in the Burmese war in 1852 including the operations in the vicinity and capture of Ran- 
goon — wounded (Medal. 

43 Lt.Colonel Innes served In the Indian Mutiny campaign, including the defence of the Residency of Lucknow, as field 
engineer with Frank's division during its march through Oude, and greatly distinguished himself in the action at Saltan. 
pore where " far in advance of the leading skirmishers, he was the first to secure a gun which the enemy were abandoning; 
retiring from this they rallied round another gun further back, from which the shot would in another instant have ploughed 
through our advancing columns, when he rode up unsupported, shot the gunner who was about to apply the match, and 
remaining undaunted at his post, the mark ot a hundred matohloik men who were sheltered in some adjoining huts, kept 
the artillerymen at bay until assistance reached him *' (Victoria Cross). Was afterwards present at the siege and capture 
of Lucknow — severely wounded (Medal with two Clasps, Brevet of Major, and a year's service). 

44 Lt.Colonel Chesney was present at the battle of Budleekeseral, and atrved as brigade Major of Engineers throughout 
the siege of Delhi and was twice severely wounded at the assault (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, and Breret 
of MnjSr). 

45 Lt.Colonel Warrand served in the Indian Mutiny campaign and was severely wounded at the siege of Delhi— arm 
amputated (Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of Major). 

46 Captain Craster served hi the Burmese war or 1852-53. Including the taking of Basse In (Medal.) 

47 Lt.Colonel Brownlow aerved in the Indian Mutiny campaign, including the battle of Budleekeseral, siege of Delhi- 
had charge oi the Engine** park during the latter part of the operations, and was severely wounded at the assault; served 
the Kohilcund campaign (Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of Major). 

48 Lt.Colonel Trevor served in the Burmese war of 1952-53, including the operation* in the vicinity and capture of 
Rangoon (severely wounded), and attack on the Burmese stockades on 19th March 1859 — slightly wounded (Medal). Served 
on tbeBhootan Expedition in 1865,— mentioned in dispatches. Brevet of Major, and awarded the Victoria Cross "for 
gallant conduct at the attack on the Block-house at Dewangiri " (wounded). 

49 Captain Llmond aerved with Havelock's force at the relief of Lucknow, and subsequent defence of the Residency 
(Medal with Clasp, and a Year's Service). 

50 Captain Stanton was reported by Earl Canning to have been actively employed under the Civil Government during 
the Indian rebellion. Served also as Staff Officer with the Jaineram field force in May 1858, aad was present at the affair 
of Buraon— mentioned in despatch (Medul). 

51 Lt.Colonel Hovenden served in the Indian Mutiny campaign, including the siege of Delhi, and was severely wounded 
while in charge of the ladder party at the assault of the Water Bastion ; capture of Lucknow, and commanded the 24th 
Punjaub Infantry during the Rohllcund campaign (mentioned in despatches. Medal with two Clasps, and Brevet of 
Major). 

62 Major Perkins served In the Indian mutiny campaign, including the battle of Budleekeseral and siege of Delhi- 
wounded (Medal with Clasp). 

53 Captain Lang served in the Indian Mutiny campaign, including the battle of Budleekeseral, and throughout the siege 
of Delhi — conducted the storming party to the escalade of the Cashmere bastion ; with Greathed's column at the actions 
of Bolundahuhur, Alyghur, and Agra, relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, battles of Cawnpore and Khodagunge, siege and 
capture of Lucknow (mentioned in despatches, Medal with three Clasps). 

55 Captain Thomason served in the Indian Mutiny campaign, including the battle of Budleekeseral, and throughout the 
siege and capture of Delhi (Medal with Clasp). 

56 Captain George Newmarch served ss Assistant Field Engineer in constructing the defences of Meerut from May to 
Sept. 1857 j afterwards in command of a detachment of ^ s apprr* and four field guns in the Seharunpure aad 
Mosuffemuggur dlstiicts under Colonel J. Brind; assisted in the operations against the Rohilcund rebels, and in the 
disarming of the town of Meeranpora (Medal). 

57 Captain Watts served at Agra during the Indian Mutiny, and was present at the battles fought there on the 5th July 
and 10th Oct. 1857; in the Rohilcund Campaign of 1858. including the action of Kerkeroulie and capture of Bareilly (Medal). 
Served In the Bhootan Campaign in 1865-66 as commanding Royal Engineer. Right Column. 

58 Captain Cham pain aerved in the Indian mutiny campaign as Adjutant of the Bengal Sappers at the actions on the 
Hindun, battle of Budleekeseral, and throughout the siege and capture of Delhi (wounded;; commanded Head Quarter's 
detachment of Sappers at the taking of Futtehpore Slkree and in the Agra district under Colonel Cotton > served as 
Adjutant at the siege and capture of Lucknow ; was specially employed under Brigadier Douglas in the Gazrepore and 
Shahabad districts, present at the final capture of Jugdespore, and at the pursuit of the rebels to the Kymore Hills (Medal 
with two Clasps). 

59 Captain Femberton served in the Indian mutiny campaign, Including the battle of Budleekeseral, throughout the siege 
of Delhi, and accompanied the storming party at the assault of the Water Bastion — slightly wounded; had charge of the 
Engineer Park at the siege and capture of Lucknow (Medal with two Clasps). 

60 Captain Murray served in the Indian Mutiny campaign, including the battle of Budleekeseral and throughout the 
siege of Delhi ; served as Brigade Major of Engineers with Seaton's column, and present at the actions of Gungeree, 
Puttialee, and Mynpoory j also present at the capture of Lucknow, and in the Rohilcund campaign, including the attack 
on Fort Rooyah, action of Alygunge, and capture of Bareilly (Medul with two Clasps). 

61 Captain Jeffreys served with General Jones' force In the Rohilcund campaign in 1858 (Medal). 

68 Captain Ward served in the Indian mutiny campaign, including the actions on the Hindun, battle of Budlcekeserai, 
and throughout the siege of Delhi, actions of Gungeree, Puttialee, and Mynpoory, siege and capture of Lucknow; through' 
out the Rohilcund campaign, including the attack on Fort Rooyah, action of Alygunge, and capture of Bareiliy; served 
also in the Oude campaign of 1858-59 (Medal with two Clasps). 

63 Captain Thackeray served in the Indian Mutiny campaign, Including the actions on the Hindun, battle of Budleeke- 
seral, throughout the siege of Delhi, and obtained the Victoria Cross for distinguished conduct at the defence of the 
Magazine during the fighting in the town ; afterwards present at the actions of Gungeree. Puttialee. and Mynpoory, siege 
and capture of Lucknow, throughout the Rohilcund campaign, including the attack on Fort Rooyah, action of Alygunge, 
and capture of Bareilly ; served alao the Oude campaign of 1858-59 (Medal with two Clasps). 

64 Captain Forbes served in the Indian mutiny, Including the action on the Hindun, battle of Budleekeseral, throughout 
the siege of Delhi, actions of Bolundahuhur, Alyghur, and Agra, relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, battle of Cawnpore, relief 
of Futtehghur, siege and capture of Lucknow (wounded), attack on Fort Rooyah, action of Alygunge, and capture of 
Bareilly (Medal with three Clasps). 

65 Captain Judge served with Havelock's force in the actions on his advance to Lucknow; was present throughout 
Outram's occupation of the Alumbagh; also throughout the siege and capture of Lucknow (Medal with two Clasps and a 
Year's Service). 

66 Captain Garnault served with the Ghoorka Force in 1858 and was present at the capture of Lucknow (Medal wits 
Claap). Served also with the Sarun field force undei Brigadier Rowcroft. Served In the Bhootan Campaign in 1864-65 
and waa present at the retaking of Dewangiri by General Tombs. 

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63 Captain Blur was engaged in suppressing the Mutiny at Mooltan in August 1857. Served with the Eusofzai field force in 
1^1 and was present in the action at the Umbeylah Pass, and burning of Lalloo. Served also with the Column against the 
Giidoon tribe m 1864 including the burning of Mundee. 

C> Captain St. John served in the Abyssinian Campaign as Director of Telegraphs. " The Telegraph worked well and 
rendered important service " (mentioned in dispatches, Medal). 

;u Lieut. Carter served in the Sikkim Expedition, India, under Colonel Gawlor in 1861 (mentioned in dispatches, and thanked 
>>• rbc Government of India). Served throughout the Campaign of 1H63 against the Boneyrs and other Affghan Tribes, in- 
ffuviing the storm and recapture of the Craig Picquet and Umbeyla, and destruction of Mulkah (mentionea in dispatches), 
Hneii in the Abyssinian Campaign as Director of the Trigonometrical Surrey, and was mentioned in dispatches as having 
" br ihe most strenuous exertions (together with his Assistants Lieuts. Dttnimuler and Holdich), and at a cost of great fatigu© 
ioJ privations, succeeded in surveying nearly 6,000 square miles, and carried their work from the coast to Magdala" (Medal), 

71 Lieut. Clarke served in the Abyssinian Campaign in the Water Supply Department from Senafe to Addigcrut, and per* 
f mued excellent service (mentioned in dispatches, Medal). 

72 Lieut. Dundas served on the Bhootan Expedition in 1865, and was awarded the Victoria Cross "for gallant conduct at 
the attack on the Block-house at Dewangiri " (wounded). 



War Services of Royal Engineers We Madras Engineers). 

1 Sir Arthur Thomas Cotton served throughout the Burmese war of 1824-26 under Sir Archibald Campbell, and was present 
at uie capture of Rangoon, reconnoitcring in gunboats and jungle fighting near Kemnndine, attack of Stockades and Pagoda of 
Synam. capture of Mergui and Tavoy, defence of the Lines at Rangoon and attack of the left flank of the Burmese Entrench- 
Meats, attack of the Stockade of Kok'cin, siege and capture of Donaoew, attack of Shan Stockades and of Stockades on the left 
tnt of the irrawaddy near Prome, capture of Melloon and jungle tight at Paghammew which terminated the war (Medal 
aith Clasp). 

2 Major General Lawford served with the Kurnool field force in 1839, and was present at the surrender of the Fort of Kur- 
bojL. and the affair with the Nawob's Rohillas. 

3 Colonel Orr served with the Coorg Expedition in 1834 and was present at the attack of the Stockades of Buck. 

4 Colonel Boileau served throughout the Campaign of 1842 in Scinde under Sir Charles Napier, including the destruction of 
tic fort of Imaumghur, and battles of Meeanee and Hyderabad (Medal). Persian Campaign in 1857, and present at the bom- 
tardment of Mohumrah (Medal). Served also in the Indian Mutiny Campaigns in 1857-58 in Malwa and Central India, including 
\ar relief of Mhow, affair before and siege of Dhar, battle of Mundisore (arm contused), relief of Keemuch, siege of Ratghur, 
rri ef of Saugor, siege of Gurrakota, attack on the fort of Baroda, battle of Muddinpore, siege of Jhansi, battle of Koonch, 
aiur before and battle of Calpee (Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of Lt.Colonel). 

6 Colonel Carpendale served in the Burmese war in 1852, and was present at the repulse of the enemy's night attack on 
Prroe Medal). 

7 Colonel Anderson served throughout the defence of the Residency at Lucknow from the SOth June until the final relief of 
the Garrison by .Lord Clyde on the 20th Nov. 1857, succeeding to the post of Garrison Engineer on the 14th August (Medal 
with Clasp, Brevet of Major, and a year's service). 

fc Lt Colonel Sankey served in the Indian Mutiny Campaigns of 1857-58 and was present at the operations at Cawnpore 
t»i«r General Windham, siege and capture of Lucknow (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

& Major Stewart commanded the Madras Sappers throughout the Chinese Campaign of 1860, and was present at the action 
of >lsJio, capture of Tangchow and of the Taku Forts, action of Palichau, and subsequent operations ending in the surrender 
&f Pekin i Medal with two Clasps, and Brevet of Maior). 

I'J Major Chrystie served with the Abyssinian Expeditionary Force in 1868, as Executive Engineer at Zoulla during 
;*£uary. at Senafe in February, and subsequently as Field Engineer at Addigerat in constructing the entrenchments at that 
Pw . mentioned in dispatches, Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

11 Lt Colonel H. N. D. Prendergast served with the Madras Sappers and Miners in Persia in 1857 And was present at the 
fauntanlmeat of Mohumrah (Medal with Clasp). Served as Assistant Field Engineer with the Mnhra field force in 1857, and 
«3h the Central India field force under Sir Hugh Rose in 1858, took part in the sieges of Dhar, Katglmr, Goratote, and 
Jhansi, was present at nearlv all the battles and minor affairs of the above forces till the Capture of Calpee (Medal with Clasp, 
. li-r-vei of Major). Received the Victoria Cross for distinguished bravery, 1st at the battle of Mundeaore (severely wounded), 
-a-1 at the battle of the Beena near Ratghur (horse shot), 3rd at the battle of Betwa (severely wounded). Commanded the 
ccLarfcmen* of three Companies of Madras Sappers and Miners in Abyssinia, was Field Engineer during the advance, and was 
pmeat at the action before Magdala (mentionea in dispatches as having " rendered singularly valuable and important scr- 
**«,*' Brevet of Lt.Colonel, and Medal). 

li Captain Howes served in the Indian Mutiny Campaign in 1858 and was present at the affairs of Jheegung and Kubrai, 
battle of Banda, and attack of the heights of Punwarree (Medal). 

13 Captain Lindsay served in the Indian Mutiny Campaign in 1858 and was present at the affairs of Jheegung and Kubrai, 
battle of Banda, relief of Kirwee, and in the reserve during the storm of the heights of Punwarree (Medal). 

1 t Captain Burton served in the Indian Mutiny Campaign of 1857-58, and was present at the relief of Lucknow by Lord 
CI .de fhorse shot), at the occupation of the Alunibagh by Ou tram's force, and at the Siege and Capture of Lucknow (Medal 
wiih two Clasps, and one year's extra service). 

1' Captain Wood served in the Indian Mutiny Campaign in 1858, and was present at the affairs of Jheegung and Kubrai, 
battle of Banda, action in front of Chitrakote, forcing of the Punghatee Pass and subsequent affair at Punghatee (Medal). 
>erred as an Assistant Field Engineer with the Abyasinian Expeditionary Force in 1868, succeeding Captain Chrystie in charge 
«*: the Works at Zoulla, for these Works he got great credit (mentioned in dispatches, Medal). 

16 Lieut. Traill served throughout the Chinese Campaign of 1860, was present at the action of Sinho, Capture of Tangku, and 
reared with the storming party at the fall of the Taku Forts; afterwards had charge of the demolition of the Forts on the 
». uh «d«j of the Peiho (Medal with Clasn). 

i7 Lieut. FUgate served as Assistant Field Engineer throughout the Chinese Campaign of 1860, and was present at the action 
fef <mbo, captures of Tangku and the Taku Forts, and surrender of Pekin (Modal with two Clasps). 

is Lueut. Feamycaack served in the Abyssinian Campaign in command of H Company Madras Sappers (Medal). 

19 Lieut Pennefather served as Assistant Field Engineer in the Abyssinian Expedition during the whole Campaign of 
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1 Major General Goodfellow served in the Expedition against Kolapore in 1827* 

S Lt.General Scott served in the Pnnjaub Campaign of 1818-49 and was present at the Siege aid ftmrender of Mooltan 
(Modal with Clasp). 
S Major General Turner served in the Expedition against Kolapore in 1827. 

4 Major General Tremcnheere served in the Indian Mutiny Campaign of 1857-58 and was present at the capture of Awab 
' ge and assault of Kota, engagements with the Gwalior Mutineers between Sanganeer and Bheelwarra, and at Kotaria (Meda 
_d CB.). 

5 Colonel Kendall served throughout the Punjaub Campaign of 1848-49, including the Siege of Mooltan, battle of Goojeral 
and pursuit of the Sikhs and Affghans (Medal with two Clasps, and Brevet of Major). 

6 Colonel Dickinson served with the Persian Expeditionary force in 1856-67, and was present at the Storming of Reshin 
Capture of Bushire, and battle of Khooshab (Medal with Clasp). 

7 Colonel Walker served throughout the Punjaub Campaign of 1848-49, including the Siege and Surrender of Mooltan 
battle of Goojerat, and pursuit of the Sikhs and Affghans (Medal with two Clasps). 

8 Lt.Colonel Playfair served in the Punjaub Campaign of 1813-49, including the Siege and Surrender of Mooltan (Meds 
with Clasp). Also with the Persian Expeditionary force in 1856-57, and was present at the storming of Rcahire, Capture a 
Bushire and Mohumra (Medal with Clasp). 

9 LtColonel Fuller served in the Punjaub Campaign of 1848-49, including the Siege and Surrender of Mooltan, and wii 
severely wounded by the explosion of a Magazine in the town (Medal with Clasp). 

10 Colonel Wilkins served with the field force from Aden against the Arabs in 1858, and was present at the storming c: 
the village and fort of Sheik Othman. Served with the Rcconnoitcring Party and in command of the Royal Engineer) 
throughout the Abyssinian Campaign (mentioned in dispatches for " invaluable and important services during the Expedition,' 
Aide dc Camp to the Queen and Colonel, Medal). 

11 LtColonel Nasniyth served as Field Engineer with the Okamundel field force in 1859. 

12 Colonel Ballard was employed in the Campaign on the Danube in 1851-55 under Omar Pasha (Medal), including the siege 
of Silistria, battle of Giurgevo, and advance to Bucharest; also in the Crimean Campaign, including the siege of Scbastopoi 
operations at Eupatoria, and occupation of Kertch (Medal with Clasp). Campaign in Mingrelia under Omar Pasha in 1*55-56 
including the battle of Ingor. Served as Assistant Quarter Master General and Superintendent of the Intelligence Department 
of the Persian Expeditionary Force in 1856-57, and was present at the storming of Beshire, capture of Bushire, and battle ol 
Khooshab (Medal with Clasp). Served as Assistant Quarter Master General with the Rajpootana field force and Malwa Division 
in the Indian Mutiny Campaign in 1858-59, including the siege and assault of Kotah, engagements with the Gwalior Mutineer! 
between Sanganeer and Kotharia, and action of Rajporc (Bre\ cts of Major and Lt.Colonel, Medal, and CB.). 

13 Captain Merriman served with the Persian Expeditionary Force in 1856-67, and was present at the Storming of Reshiri, 
Capture of Bushire, and battle of Khooshab (Medal with Clasp). 

14 Major W. W. Goodfellow served with the Persian Expeditionary Force in 1856-57, and was present at the Capture of 
Bushire, battle of Khooshab, and Capture of Mohumrah (Medal with Clasp). Served as Executive Engineer with the Abrs- 
ainian Expeditionary Force at Zoulla from the first landing of the Reconnoitering Party till the end of 1867, at Senafc during 
Jan. 1868, from that time to the close of the Campaign as Senior Engineer of the force which marched on Magdala ; present 
at the action of Arogee and storming of Magdala (mentioned in dispatches as having "displayed great intelligence and acti- 
vity in everything throughout the operations," Brevet of Major, CB., and Medal). 

15 Captain Hancock served with the Persian Expeditionary Force in 1856-57, and was present at the storming of Restore, 
Capture of Bushire, battle of Khooshab, and Capture of Mohumrah (Medal with Clasp). 

16 Captain Greig served with the field force from Aden against the Arabs in 1H58 and was present at the storming of the 
village and fort of Sheik Othman. Served as a Field Engineer with the Abyssinian Expeditionary Force in 1868 in charge of 
the Engineer Park, having organized the Park at Bombay and dispatched it to Zoulla (mentioned in dispatches, Medal). 

17 Captain J. Le Mesurier served with the Persian Expeditionary Force in 1856-67, including the Storming oi Beshire, 
Capture of Bushire, and battle of Khooshab (Medal with Clasp). 

18 Captain Haig served with the Persian Expeditionary Force in 1857, and was present at the battle of Khooshab and Cap- 
ture of Mohumra (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Indian Mutiny Campaign in 1858, including the siege and assault of 
Kotah (Medal). Was Assistant Field Engineer with the Okamundel field force in 1659. 

19 Captain Hills served with the Persian Expeditionary Force in 1857, and was present at the Capture of Mohumra t'Medal 
with Clasps). Served with the Abyssinian Expeditionary Force as Executive Engineer at Koomeylee, the large watering pott 
at the foot of the mountains, constructing wells and other works there ; also served as Executive Engineer at Senafe (men- 
tioned in dispatches, Medal). 

81 Major Bonus served in the Indian Mutiny Campaign in 1857-68, including the Siege and Capture of Ratghur, Capture of 
Garrakota, action at the Pass of Maddenpore, Siege and Storm of Jhansi (wounded), storm of Lohari, actions -of Koonch and 
Muttra, battle of Galowlee, Capture of Calpee, action of Morar, and battle before and Capture of Gwalior (Medal with Clasp. 
and Brevet of Major). 

32 Major C. A. Goodfellow served with the Central India Field Force in 1857-68, and was present at the Siege and Capture 
of Ratghur, Capture of Garrakota, Siege and Storm of Jhansi (Medal with Clasp, and Victoria Cross). Was Assistant Yield 
Engineer with the Okamundel and Kattywar field force in 1859. Served as Brigade Major of Royal Engineers with the 
Abyssinian Expeditionary Force throughout the Campaign (mentioned in dispatches for the " efficient manner in which he 
tarried on the duties of his appointment," Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

28 Captain Gambier served in the Indian Mutiny Campaign in 1858, and was present at the assault of Kotah, and in the 
engagements with the Gwalior Mutineers between Sanganeer and Bheelwarra and at Kotharia (Medal). 

24 Captain Bedford was present at the operations against Morar Cantonment and the fort of Gwalior. 

35 Captain Merewether served as Assistant Field Engineer with the Okamundel field force in 1859. Served in the Abys- 
sinian Campaign on detached duty at Koomeylee in surveying and constructing earthworks for the railway, also as Adjutant 
of Bombay Sappers and Miners (Medal). 

86 Captain Smith served as an Assistant Field Engineer with the Okamundel field force in 1869. Served with the Abyssinian 
Expeditionary Force and had charge of the Survey and Works proposed and partly executed in connection with the supply of 
water to Zoulla from Koomeylee, 12 Miles (Medal). 

27 Lieut. A. Le Messurier served as Assistant Field Engineer with the Okamundel field farce in 1859. Served in the 
Abyssinian Campaign as head of the Water Supply Departments to the Army. Organized the Watering arrangements at 
each post and accompanied the advanced force to Magdala; present at the action of Arogee, and amongst the first who entered 
Magdala (mentioned in dispatches. Medal). 

28 Lieut. Jopp served throughout the Abyssinian Campaign in 1867-68 ; landed with the Reconnoitering Party, served partly 
in surveying routes, subsequently served in the Pioneer Force as Engineer in charge of Working parties m the March on Mag- 
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IAeut.Colonels.— James Peter Robertson,* CB. Ens. P29 Oct. 41 : Lt. p 30 Sent* 42- tlant 
'21 Jan. 48 ; Maj. 20 Feb. 57 ; Bt.Lt. Col. 24 Mar. 58; Lt.ColA Nov. 59; CW. 28 Aw 63 
Bartholomew O'Brien,' JBn*. P15 April 36; Z*. p 13 July 38 ; Capt. 2 Aug. 50 ; l»5w 

1 2 Dec. 64 ; itfiyor, 20 Apr. 55 ; I A. Col. 26 Oct. 58 ; Col. 26 Oct. 63. -°*« V- 

Henry Bird,* 2f»w. p27 Sept. 42; Lt. p 18 April 45; Capt. 9 Sept. 51; Bt.Maj. 6 June 

66; 3f«/.21 Nov. 56; 2ff,£*. Co/. 28 Jan. 59; Lt.Col. 21 Sept. 60 ; Col. 28 ! Feb. 64 
Jf^or*.- : John M'Court/jEw.l Jan.43; if, 1 July 45; Cn^. 9 Sept. 61; ilT^/. P30Mar.68*- 

Bt.Lt. Col. 21 March 69. ' 

James Hornby Buller,«^iw.P23 Jan. 52; Zf.ll Aug. 54; Cap*.l July 55; Mo/.PQOct 63 
James Henry Wyatt/CB., ^n*. P20 Sept. 44; Lt. P26 June 46; Capt. P3Aue. 55- .ft.jfcf 

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William Robert Gray 8 . . 

Geo. P. Ed w. Morrison . . 

Christian Wm.M'Nlell.. 

Arthur Hunt 10 

Thomas Edward Green l0 t 

William Corbett 11 

Henry Miller 11 

Joseph Harris 

' Daniel Antoine Baby 13 . . 
1 Charles Edward Johns'* 
{Thomas Witchell l *t .... 
I Robert Warner Stone . . 
'.Martin Samuel Sharpe.. 
I Lynch John Keogh .... 

[James Milne " 

[James Hesketh l7 

Philip Herbert Elliot .. 

I Robert Bruce 18 

| Percival Ashley Brown 9 
! Wm. Jno.LaneMilligan* 

Edw. Wm. Henry Webb 

George Edward Brace . . 

E, Rodney Cecil Pechell 
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John Devine, 31 Aaj 

John Aug.G. Fred. Sewell** 

John Walsh 

Wm. Shackleton,*44/. . . 

Henry Keogh 

Ruben Hill Powell .... 

George Edwards 34 

John Taylor, Adj 

Andrew Munro 96 ...... 

John Murphy " 

Francis Roberts ** 

K. A. A. Brasier-Creagh* 
, Donat M'Mahon • 

I James Archer Harris. . . . 
Thomas Gerard Lockyer . . 
. And. Rutherford Warren 
I George Ramsey 30 

Samuel Masters Davies 41 

| James Simpson 

; Harry Golding ........ 

I William Leir* 1 

Charles Robert Crawford 
1 Walter E.SaxBattiscom be 
I Edwyn Breaton Andros u 
I Biddulph Lee Warner 
I Franklin Ludo vie Berthon 

Wilham Gostwyck Gard 

Walter Crawford Bees . . 

Robert Douglas Noake.. 

Daniel List Brain 

Alex. William Acheson « 

Edward Holberton 



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p 3 Mar. 63 
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5 Dec. 62 

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3 Sept. 64 

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8 Major Gray served in Ceylon during the 
rebellion of 1848, and commanded the out. 
post of Ambefrnsse. Served throughout the 
campaign of i860 In the North of China, and 
commanded the 1st Battalion Military Train 
from the taking of the Taku Ports on 31st 
Aug. to the return of the Corps to England 
in March 18C2 (Brevet of Major, Medal with 
Clasp). Served during I he war in New Zea- 
land from 1864 to 1866, for two years and a 
half of that time on the Staff of the Governor 
8lr George Grey (MedaP. 

10 Captain Hunt served with the Field Train, 
Royal Arnllery, in the Eastern campsign of 
1835, and was present during the siege and 
fall of Sebastopol in the trenches with the 
siege tram, at the bombardments of the 6th 
and 17th June (Medal and Clasp, Knight of 
the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

11 Captain Corbett served at the siege and fall 
of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp, and Turkish 
Medal). Also in the Indian Campaign of 1867. 
5«, including the relief of Lucknow by Lord 
Clyde, occupation of the Alumbagh under 
Outram with the several engagements there, fall 
of Lucknow, relief of Atimghur captures of 
Jugdispore-horseshot (Medal with two Clasps, 
and a year's service for Lucknow). 

12 Captain Miller served at the siege of Se- 
bastopol from March to July 1855 (Medal and 
Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

18 1 Capt. Baby served with the 98th Regt. in 
the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49 (Medal). 

14 Captain Reeve served at the siege and fall 
of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp, and 'lurkish 
Medal). Also served with the expedition in 
North China In 1860 (Medal and Clasps). 

15 Lt Col. Johns served with the 38th Reg. 
at the siege and fall of 8ebastopol from Srd 
Sept. 1865 (Medal and. Clasp, and Turkish 
Medal). Also In the Indian campaign of 
1857-58, including the battle of Cawnpore on 
6th Dee. 1867, assault and capture ot Mean- 
gunge, siege and capture of Lucknow affairs 
of Barree and Nugger (Br« T et of Major, 
Medal and Clasp). 

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William Sloane Elderton . 

John Moorehoust 40 

Frederic Melkington Stow 
Fred. Francis Wilder Taylor 
Edwin Newdigate Newbury 
George Elliott 



KNaiOTT 27 Lieut. Murphy served in the Eastern campnUj 

1854-65 in the Royal Artillery and Land Transport Corpt 

ft Nnv f& l ludmg the batilesof Alms, Balakluva, and Inkertnan.cv 

2 V 2? uf Balaklava, attack and occupation of the cemetery 

8 Jan. 64 suburbs on the 18th June, siege and fall of Sebsstopol ; 

P 3 Jan. 65 ;anded the detachment of L. T. Corps with the Light Co 

20 Julv 6G Brig* * at Eupatorla (Medal and four Clasps, and Tu 

oi t i aa Medal). 

1 1 J uly TO 33 Qr.Master Lambert senred throughout the Eastern 
7 Aug. 67 paign of 18&4-55, including the battles of Alma and I; 
man, siege and fall of Sebsstopol, bombardment and 
render of Kinbourn (Medal with three Clasps, and Tu 
Medal). 8erved with the expedition in North China in 
(Medal with Clasps). 

31 Lieut. Andros served with the 61st Begt. at the i 
sssnult, snd capture of Delhi, including repulse of sorti 
the 4th, 9th (wounded), and 18th July lo?7, and scti< 
Nujjufghur (Medal and Clasp). 
Paymasters. 
Maxwell Reeve/ 4 5 Oct. 55 ; Hon. Capt. 5 Oct. 60. 
Obe Wlllans, 5 April 56 ; Hon. Capt. 5 April 61. 
Thomas Bryson, 5 April 56; Hon. Capt. 5 April 61. 

Adjutants. 
Lieut. William Shackleton, 20 Feb. 57. 
Lieut. John Taylor, 4 Nov. 59. 
Lieut. John Devine, 6 Jan. 60. 

Instructor of Musketry. 
Capt. James Milne, 13 April 58. 

Quarter Matters. 
Theophilus Greenway," 4 Feb. 56. 
William Lnmbert, !D 4 Feb. 56. 
James Stalford/* 16 Feb. 56. 

Riding Masters.— William Matthews, 85 10 March 57 ; Cornet, 12 Jan. 56. 

Malachi Powell, 10 March 57 ; Cornet, 2 Feb. 56. 
Surgeons.— Alexander M'Arthnr, 36 MD. A.S. 13 April 49; Surg. 11 May 55; Surg, 

Major, 10 Jan. 69. 
Francis Reynolds, A. S. 7 Aug. 46; Surgeon, 8 Dec. 54; Surgeon Major, 7 Aug. 60. 
Assist.Surgeons.— William White, 22 June 58. 

Edward Litton Low, 88 MD. 14 Dec. 68. 
Edward Denham Tomlinson* 19 Jan. 60. 
Joseph Richard Kehoe, 15 Sept. 67. 
Veterinary Surgeons. 
Wm. Death, 88 27 Jan. 65; 1st Class, 9 Jan. 63. 
Jno. Jas. Channon, 15 Aug. 55 ; 1st Class, 8 Mar. 64. 

Blue.— Facings White.— Agent, Sir John Kirkland. 

1 Colonel Robertson served In the 31st Begt. throughout the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46, including the balflei 
Moodkee, Peruze&hah, Buddiwal. Aliwal, and Sobraon (Medal and three Clasps). Served In the Crimea fiom 32nd Mar U 
including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and attacks on 18ih June and 8th Sept. (Medal with Clasp, and Turl 
Medal). Commanded the Military Train, acting as Cavalry, in the Indian campaigns of 1857-68, dsliy encaged w 
the enemy at the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, and was in command at Dilkoosha during the enemy's grand attick 
22nd Nor.; afterwards served with the force in occupation of the Alumbagh under Outram from Nov. 1857 until M«| 
1868, including actions of the 23rd Dec., 12th and 16th Jan., 15th 2l»t and 26th Feb., snd many other minor aftl 
commanded the small force which repulsed the Enemy's Cavalry 8000 strong in their attack of the Camp on I 
16th March 18.58*, took part in the operations ending in the fall of Lucknow; afterwards commanded tbs ftiralry 
Lugard's Field Force, and was present at the relief or Aximghur, capture of Jugdispore, and almost daily engaged « 
Omer Singh's force between 9th May and 10th June 1868 (Brevet of Lt. Colonel, CB. f Medal with two Clasps, and aye' 
service for Lucknow, and was frequently mentioned in dispatches). 

3 Colonel O'Brien served with the 77th Regt the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Inkerm 
siege and fall of Sebastopol (Brevet Major, Medal and Clasps, 6th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal) Served in I 
87th Regt in the Indian Mutiny campaign in 1857 (Medal). 

4 Colonel Bird sorted in the Ceylon Rifles during the Kaud'ran rebellion of 1848. Commanded a detachment of isi n 
of the Gold Coast Corps in defence of Chrlstlansborg castle, on the Gold Coast, during the bombardment of thst and ■ 
adjacent towns of Labody and Tacia by H. M. 8. Scourge, in Sept. and Oct. 1864— wounded (Brevet of Major). Admin 
tered the Government of the Gold Coast during the successful expedition sgainst the Crobboes, 50 miles in the Interi 
In Sept. Oct. and Nov. 1858 (Brevet of Lt- Colonel). Commanded the expedition against the Dounquah rebels in Jote* 
July 1859, which resulted in the capture of all the rebel chiefs, 

5 Lt.Colonel M'Court served as Brigade Major with the expedition against the King of Keenung river Gambia, in ' 
actions of 6th, 7th, and 8th May 1849. Was present with the combined British and French Naval and Land Force st 
attack and defeat of pirates in Basis Island, Jeba River, Dec. 1849. Commanded the British and Native force daring i 
Ashantee Invasion of the Assin country, Gold Coast, in March and April 1852. . . j 

6 Major Buller served with the 67th Regt in the Eastern campaign of 1864, and was very severely woand 'V D 
Irenehes before Sebastopol, and again whilst being carried back to the camp (Medal and Clasp, and Turkish Metia.j. 

7 Major Wyatt served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, y^P*"™ 
the Alumbagh under Outram with the several engagements there, fall or Lucknow, relief of Asimghur, capture ™ jB SJiE, 
commanded the Military Train acting as Cavalry throughout the Shahabad campaign (twice mentioned in despatches, on 
Major, Medal with two Clasps, C B., and a v ear's service lor Lucknow). . «_ 

9 LLColonel Brown served in the Burmese war of 1852-53 including the capture of Pegu and Its subsecueD t ow 
(wounded) and was brought to the notice of the Governor General for able conduct when in command or ■J 
during the siege; also present at the attack on Gongoo and In other minor affairs, and commanded thf . a <f „. rt 
which engaged the enemy on 31st Jan. 1864 (Medal for Pegu). Persian campaign In 1857, and commanded ^PJ^ 
the bombardment andcantureof Mohuxnrah and subsequent pursuit (Medal). Served in the Indian Mut alT 2™*JJJ 
of 1857-58 in command of Madras Sappers, Including relief of Arungabad and Mhow, siege and capture of Dhar, im * 
actions before Mundesore, Gooravia, relief of Neemuch, disarming of Holkar's troops at Indore, siege ""Jj")^ 
of Ratghur, siege and capture of Gurrakotan, forcing pan into Bundlecund (with advance guard), battled » 



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, aiegw aad capture of the fort of Jhansi Including the battle of Baltwa and taking the town by Escalade— commanded 
aad led iac ladder party of right centre attack ; action of Koonch, Gagoortee when attacked, capture of the town and 
sort oi Calpee ( Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

1(* Captain Green served with the 82nd Reft, in Bengal during the Indian Mutiny in 1867-58, and with the Military Train 
a New Zealand from 1864 to 1867 (Medal). 

ISf Major Wit chell served in the Wanganui Campaign of 1865-66 in Command of the Military Train acting as Light 
Cavalry, aad was present at the affairs at Nukumaru (horse shot) and Kakaramea (twice mentioned in dispatches. 
ferret of* Major, and Medal). 

16 Captain Milne served at the siege and fell of Sevastopol in 1853 (Medal and Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

17 Captain Heeketh served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 in the Royal Artillery, including the affairs of Rulganac 
sad M'Kenxie** Farm, battles of Alma and Inkerman, sortie of 26th October, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with 
three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

H Captain Bruce served in the Royal Artillery and Turkish Contingent in the Eastern campaign of 1854.55, including tho 
ssausof BnJganacand M'Kensie's Farm, battles of Alma and Inkerman, Sortie of 36th Oct., siege and fail of 8ebaetopol 
( Medal with three Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 8erved with the expedition in North China 
in J WO (Medal with Clasps). 

90 Captain Milligan served la the Indian Mutiny campaign In 1858-59 on the Oude and Nepaul Frontiers (Medal). 

-1 Lieat. Derine served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, in the Koysl Artillery and Turkish Contingent, Including the 
bar ties of Ahum, Balaklava, snd Inkerman, sortie of 26th Oct., attacks of the Redan on 18th June and 8th Sept., siege and fail 
<»f S«bastoaol, and capture of Kin bourn (Medal and four Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish MedaD. Served 
is tie Ladian cam paign of 1857-58 snd was attached to the 0th Lancers at the advance on the Dilkoosha and La Martin iere 
sad throughout the operations resulting in the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde ; present during the occupation of the 
JLuaibagh under Outran with the several engagements there, fall of Lucknow, relief of Azimghur, capture of Jugdispore, 
sad affair near Reotee; served with the Shahabad field force, and present in action ou 14th 17th 20th 21st and 23rd Oct. 1858 
(ll?dal with two Clasps, and a year's service for Lucknow). 

22 Lieut. Sewell setved at the siege and fall of Sebastopol from June 1855 (Medal and Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 
Serwd with the expedition In North China in 1800 (Medal and Clasps). 

23 Limi. SfaaeeJeton served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affair of M'Kensie's farm, battles of Alma 
sad lokcrman sortie of 26th Oct., siege and fall of Sebastopo . (Medal and three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

24 Liaart. Edwards served with the £5th Regt. throughout the first China War (Medal) and was present at the attack 
a*d capture of Chttaan, taking of Atnoy, Chapoo, Woosung, Shanghai, and Chinkiangloo— noticed for distinguished 
c^fldaet, aad wounded. Also present at the siege and mil of Sebastopol from 16th July 1855 (Medal and Clasp, and 
rarki*h Medal). 

SS Lieut. Monro served In the 7th Fusiliers throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of 
Aims aad Inkerman, affairs of Bulgauac and M'Kensie's Farm, capture of Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and 
svrue of 26th October (Medal and three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

*» Iaews. Roberts served in the 92nd Highlanders with a pursuing column in Mahva, Central India, in 1858 and was 
rrrseot at the action of Rajpore (Medal). 

29 Laewt. ll'Mahon served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, was present at each action and at the fall of Sebastopol 
Hedal with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). Also the campaign of I860 in China, Including the taking of the Taku 
F. rts aad each action (Medal with two Clasps). 

*j Lira*. Rasnsey served in the Royal Artillery throughout the Eastern campaign of 185 1-55, including the affairs of 
and M'Ken ~ " '" ~" "* " .----.- 



Senile's Farm, battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and repulse of 
th- Sortie on 2Rth October, and expedition to Kinbourn (Medal and four Clasps, snd Turkish Medal). 

T l Lieut, Leir served with the Military Train in New Zealand from 1863 to 1867, acting as Light Cavalry during the Wan- 
gma: Campaign of 1865-66 (Medal). 

"i ur.Maeter Greenway served the Eastern campaign of 1864-56, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege and 
fV. af Sebastopol, bombardment and surrender of Kinbourn (Medal and three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). Was shipwrecked in 
tae - Spartan on the Dog Rocks, coast of Africa, 6th July lb56, when returning with troops from the Crimea. Served in the 
Indian r»Mpmirw of 1857-58, including the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, occupation of the Alumbagh under Outram 
v:t the several engagements there, fall of Lucknow, relief of Azimghur, capture of Jugdispore; served with the Shahabad 
tr.d fcree aad present in action on 14th 17th 20th 91st and 2Srd Oct. 1858 (Medal with two Clasps, and a year's service for 
La^taow;. 

as Rjdins; Master Matthews served with the Royal Dragoons during the Crimean war, and was present at the battles of 
Eaaktavm (Uorse shot under hrtn)and Inkerman, tho siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish 
K*daJ). 

'•*• Doctor M' Arthur, Doctor Low, and Assist. Surgeon Tomlinson.— For War Services see " Medical Deportment." 

JH VeterHvary Surgeon Death served in the Crimea from 2nd June 1855, and has the Medal with (Jimp for Sebastopol, 
sad Torkiah Medal. Served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the action of Kala Nuddee, capture of 
rwttyuhax, siege and capture of Lucknow with operations on the lea bank of theGoomtee under Outran, actions of Simree. 
Tsvabsrmire, sod actions of 14th, 17th. and 20th Oct. In Shahabad (Medal with Clasp, and a year's service ior Lucknow). 

*-• Lsewt. Braater-Creach served in New Zealand with the Military Train, acting as Light Cavalry, in the Wangsnni and 
Tar**aaJ CaawpsJuas of 1865.66 (Medal). 

*' Easign * oorehouse served in the Royal Dragoons in the Crimean Campaign in 1854-66, including the battle of Balaklava 
atd cKze of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, and Turkish Medal). Sened in the Military Train, acting as Light Cavalry, 
in ihr Wanganui Campaign, New Zealand, in 1866, and present at Nukumaru and Kakarmea (Medal). 

«1 Lieut. Danes served in New Zealand with the Military Train acting as Light Cavalry in the Wanganui Campaign of 
ls63 and was present at the affairs at Nukumaru and Kakaraniea (Medal). 

V2 Quarter Master Stalford served with the Left Siege Train Royal Artillery before Sebastopol from the 37th Sept. 1854, 
aad was present in the trenches at the whole of the bombardments up to the fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and 
Tarksh Medal). 

45 Lsrut. Acheson served in New Zealand during the wars of 1860-61 and 1863-65, and was present at the relief of and 
vrpaise of the night attack on No. 8 Redoubt on 23rd Jan. 1861, and in every action in which the 65th Regt. was engaged in 
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« LINCELLES " " CORUNNA" " BARROSA" " PENINSULA" •« WATERLOO " "ALMA 1 * 

r earn' Serf "INK ERMAN" "SEVASTOPOL." 

32 Colonel.— His Royal Highnrrs George W. F. C. Duke of Cambridge, 1 KG. KP. GCB. 
FulM Half GCMG. Col. 3 Not. 37; K'ajor Gen. 7 May 45; Lieut. Gen. 19 June 54; Gen. 15 July 
Pari Pay. 56; Field Marshal 1 9 Nov. 62; Co/oneZ of the Grenadier Guards, 15 Dec. 61. 
29 lo" Lt.Colonel.— Michael Bruce, 1 JEn#. k Xfeut. p 15 Dec. 40; Lt. k Capt. P30 Dec. 45; 

Cap*. & Lt.Col. 14 July 54 ; Major k Co&meJ 3 Oct. 62 ; Lt.Col. 16 May 65. 
27 Majors.— I Henry Fred. Ponsonby ,« JSn*. 27 Dec. 42 ; Ens. k Lt. p 16 Feb. 44 ; Lt.k Capt. 

p 18 July 48 ; Brev.Maj. 19 Oct. 49; Capt. k it.CW. P3J Aug. 55 ; Col. 2 Aug. 6U ; 

Major 27 Dec. 64. 

26 2 John Hinde King,* CB. J BT»w.25June44; Z*.P7 July 46; Capt. Pl40ci.51; Br.Maj.V2 

Dec.54; Jfaj. 2 Oct. 65; .Br. Zt. CW. 2 Nov. 55; Lt. Col. 19 Dec. 56; Col. 30 Aug. 63 ; 

Major, 29 May 67. 
25 Capts. 4- Lt.Cols.-l Wra.Henry Beaumont de Horsey, 6 Ens.fLt. P22 Nov.44; Lt.% Capt. 

p 22 Mar. 50 ; Bt. Maj. 12 Dec. 54 ; Capt. k Lt.Col. p 13 Mar. 57 ; Col. 29 Apr. 68. 
25 * Geo. W. A. Higginson/ Ens. k Lt. P14 Feb. 45 ; Lt. k Capt. p 12 July 50; Bt.Maj. 

12 Dec. 64 ; Bt. Lt.Col. 2 Nov. 55 ; Capt. k Lt.Col. pIO Apr. 57 ; Col. 30 Sept. 63. 

27 3 Charles Wilson Randolph, Ens. p 10 Feb. 43 ; Lieut. 23 Mar. 45; Capt. p 15 Feb. 50; 

Capt. k Lieut.Col. p 17 July 57. 
23 1 Edwyn Sherard Burnaby, 8 Ens. k Lieut.* 8 Nov. 46; Lieut. & Capt. p 27 May 53 ; 
Brevet Major, 2 Nov. 55; Capt. k Lieut.Col. p 18Dec. 57. 

23 3 CameronNevilleHogge, 10 .Erw.lDec.40; J &n*.&i/.P6Aug.47;X^&C r ap/.P24Feb.54; 

Capt. k Lt.Col. p 7 Dec. 58. 

24 2 Sidney Bumrd , Ens. k Lt. * 9 Aprii 46 ;Lt.^ Capt.* 2^1^51; Capt.$Lt.Col.WVeb.59. 
22 3 Frederick Charles Keppel, Ens. £ Lt. p 31 Mar. 48; Lt. £ Capt. 20 June 54; CapUk Lt. 

CoZ.P5Aug. 59. 
21 3 Claud Alexander," Jto. & Zf. p 11 May 49 ; Zt. & Cfoj>*. 14 July 54; Capt. <fc Zf.CW. 

31 Aug. 60. 
19 2 Charles Napier Sturt, 19 Ens. k Lieut, p 14 Feb. 51 ; Lt. k Capt. 6 Nov. 54 ; Capt. fr It. 

Col. p 28 Dec. 60. 
19 3 Henry William Verschoyle, 18 Ens. k Lieut, p 19 April 51 ; Lieut. & Capt. 22 Dec. 54 ; 

Capt. k Lt.Col. p 16 Jan. 61. 
17 1 Robert William Hamilton, 1 * Ens. k Lt. p 27 May 53 ; Lt. k Capt. p 18 June 65 ; Capt. k 

Lt.Col.* 23 July 61. 

16 3 Fitz Roy Aug. Talbot Clayton,* Ens. k Lieut, p 8 July 53 ; Lieut, k. Capt. P 18 July 55 ; 

Capt. k Lt.Col. p 16 May 62. 

17 8 William Salisbury Ewart, ,8 ^rw. P9 July 52; Lt. p 11 Aug. 54 ; Captain, p 30 Mar.55; 

Capt. k Lt.Col. P24 June 62. 
16 1 Henry Charles Eden Malet," Ens. k Lt. p 24 Feb. 54 ; Lt. k Capt. p 26 Sept 50 ; Capt. k 

Lt.Col.* 3 Oct. 62. 
36 3 Hon. John Constantino Stanley, 80 Ens. £ Lt. P 17 Mar. 54; Lt. j- Capt.*1 Hot. 56; 

Capt. Sf Lt.Col. p 1 6 Jan. 63. 
16 1 Edward William Lloyd Wynne,* 1 Ens. k Lt. p 27 June 54 ; Lt. k Capt. p 13 Mar. 57; 

Capt. k Lt.Col. p 14 Apr 63. 

18 I William Earle,** Ens. p 17 Oct. 51 ; Lt. 6 June 54 ; Capt. p 16 Feb.55 ; Capt. k Lt.Col. 

p 28 Apr. 63. 

15 1 William Lewis Stucley, Ens. k Lt. 1 Dec.54; Lt. k Capt. P17 July 57; Capt. kit 

Col. p 11 Aug. 63. 

16 1*. Henry Edward Clive, Ens. 18 Aug. 54 ; Ens. & Lt. 8 Dec. 64 ; Lt. & Capt. p 17 July 

57; Capt. k Lt.Col. p 8 March 64. 
16 2 Henry Fanshawe Davies, 83 Ens. k Lt. 19 Dec. 64 ; Lt. k Capt. p 28 Aug. 57 ; Capt.kLt. 
Col. p 14 June 64. 

19 3 Robert Henry Curzon Drury Lowe, 8 * Ensign, p 17 Sept. 50 ; Zteu*. 27 Feb. 52; Copt* 

8 Jan. 68 ; Bt.Major, 19 Jan. 58 ; Capt. k Lt.Col. p 10 July 66. ., 

15 2 Alfred Walter Thynne, Ens. p 25 Aug. 54 ; Ens. k Lt. 5 Jan. 55; Lt. & Capt. P23 April 

58 ; Capt . & Lt.Col. p 16 Oct. 66. _- 

15 2 Philip Smith, Ens. <& Lt. 19 Jan. 65; 14. & Capt. P26 June 58; Capt. $ Lt.Col * W 

May 67. 
15 3 Hon. Archibald Charles Henry Douglas Pennant, Ens.SfLt. P16 Mar. 65; Lt.% Capt. 

p 7 Dec. 58 ; Capt. % Lt.Col. p 6 July 67. „ . 

15 1 Lewis Guy Phillips, .En*. & Lt. P 16 June 55 ; Lt. k Capt. p 24 June 59; CapUk Lt.Col. 

P7Au*. 67. „ , 

14 2 John Julius Johnstone, Ens. k Lt. p 20 July 56; Lt. k Capt. P 29 July 69; Capt. 

k Lt.Col. p 20 Nov. 67. „ . 

15 2 Reginald John Buller, Ens. fr Lt . p 9 Feb. 66 ; Lt. £ Capt. > 7 Dec. 68 ; Capt. k Lt.Col. 

P 13 June 68. a . 

14 2 Hon. William Edward Sackville West, Ens. Jt Lt. p 7 Jan. 66 ; Lt. f Capt. 19 June W J 
Capt. & Lt.Col. p 2 Jan. 69. 

14 1 Henry Osborne Gould, Ens. <fe Z*. p 8 Jan. 66; Lt. <6 Capt. 19 June 60 ; Capt. * Lt. 

Col. p 17 Feb. 69. 

15 8 William Henry Parnell, Ens. * Lt. 22 Dec 54 : Lt. A Capt. P18 Dec. 57; Copt.* 

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Hon. Charles Ernest Edgcumbe 

Alfred Molyneux Byng 

1 Thomas Ferdinand Fairfax 

Charles Fludyer 

3 Arthur Edw. Augustus Ellis, 96 Equerry ) 
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2 Edw. G. H. Vise. Hrochingbrook, Adj... 

2 Charles Wellesley Pakenham 

1 Leopold Richard Seymour, Adj 

1 Henry Renebald Clinton 



3 Hon. William Sholto Douglas Home 
2 s. Henry B. Hollinshead Blundell. 



Henry Martin Cornwall Legh, Adj 

3 Charles Edward Henry Stanley 

Hon. Charles Frederick Crichton 

William Young Lautour 

3 Frederick William Duncombe 

2 Hon. Edward George Percy Littleton . . . 
2 George Charles Keppel Johnstone 

Hugh de Grey Seymour 

2 Lord George Murray Prate 

John Palmer Brabazon 

Henry Trotter 

2 John Arthur Thomas Garratt 

3 Hon. Norman de L'Aigle Grosvenor . . . 
3 Joseph Henry Fra. Harrington Hudson . 

1 Frederic Hambleton distance < 

1 Hon. Wm. Henry Peregrine Carington . 

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Charles Seymour Corkran 

2 David Maitland Makgill Crichton | P 31 May 59 

1 Henry Wellesley 

3 Henry Ulick, Viscount Lascelles 

Robert Frederick Balfour 

S Albert Sylvain Bates Van de Weyer . 

2 Charles Gathorne Hardy p 26 Oct. 60 

3 Cecil John Hubbard 

Ensigns and Lieutenants. 

1 Charles Birch Reynardson p 10 July 66 

3 Charles Edward Ferdinand Clay ton P16 Oct. 66 

3 Laurence James Oliphant P17 0ct. 66 

3 Hon. George Patrick Hyde Villiers p 6 Mar. 67 

George Lauderdale Houstoun Bos wall p 1 May 67 

2 Lord Algernon Charles Gordon-Lennox. . P 11 Jan. 67 p 29 May 67 
Herbert Francis Eaton p 20 May 67 

3 Hon. George Araulph Montgomerie p 8 June 67 

Hercules Edward, Lord Langford p 6 July 67 

3 John James Hope Johnstone p 7 Jan. 62 p 17 July ~~ 

2 Charles James Cotes > » 7 Aug. 67 

3 William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney ' p20 Nov. 67 

1 Hon. Ererard Henry Primrose • ' p 11 Apr. 68 

Cosmo Brice Pearse , p 2 May 68 

1 Thomas Granville Henry, Earl qf Rznfurly p 13 June 68 

1 Arthur Charles Wellesley p 13 June 

2 Hon. James Ludovic Lindsay P 1 Aug. 68 

3 Ambrose Aysbibrd Goddard Pl6Sept.68 

2 Lionel Neville Ames p 2Jan 

1 William Hood Walrond p 17 Feb. 69 

2 Edmund Antrobns p 18 Feb. 69 

2 Horace Ricardo > p 17 Apr, 

1 J ullus Charles Frederick Angerstein . . . . p 1 7 Apr, 

Charles Robert Rowley p 19 May 69 

Adjutants—* Captain E. G. H., Viscount Hinchingbrook, 3 June 64. 
1 Captain L. R. Seymour, 16 Oct. 66. 
3 Captain H. M. C. Legh, 17 March 69. 
Instructors of Musketry.— % Captain E. S. Bridges, 11 March 68. 

1 Captain Hon. C. F. Crichton, 13 June 68. 
3 Captain R. T. Thynnc, 27 Nov. 68. 
Quarter Masters.— 3 Esau Collins, 2 March 55. 
1 John Hockey, 4 Sept 60. 

2 Edward Bassindale, 23 Jan. 64. 

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Surgeon Major. — 2 J as. John Marjori banks Wardrop, 8 * A.S. 21. May 41; Surg. 2 Mar. 

55; Surg. Major, 21 May 61. [Oct. GO. 

Battalion Surgeons. — 1 Arthur Guy Elkington,* 7 Assist. Surg. 11 March 53; Surgeon, 80 

3 Henry John Hughes Lawrence,'" 7 A. S.24, Feb. 54; Surgeon£QQct.W). 

3 Constantine Caridi Read, 2 ' A.S. 13 May 53 ; Surgeon, 12 Dec 68. 
Assistant Surgeons.— 2 William Ralph Lane, 29 Dec. 5 4. 

1 William Henry Pickford, MB., 19 Feb. 58. 

2 Albert Luis Fernandez, 2 Oct. G6. . 
Solicitor. — William James Farrer, 24 Jan. 65. 

1st Battalion returned from Canada, September 1864. 
2nd Battalion returned from Canada, 22 Oct. 1842. 
3rd Battalion returned from the Crimea, June 1856. 
Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

1 The Duke of Cambridge commanded the 1st Diviaion of the Eastern Army throughout the campaign of 1854, including 
the battles of the Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman (horte shot), and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, and 
Turkish Medal). 

2 Colonel Bruce served in the Crimea from 29 Mor. to 30 May 1&55 (Medal with Clasp for Sebastopol, and Turkish Medal). 

4 Colonel Ponsonby served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol from 13lh Aug. 1855 (Medal with Clasp, 8rd Class of the 
Medj Hie, ana Turkish MedaP. 

5 Colonel King served with the 49th Regt. the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Aloa and 
Inkerman, siege and full of Sebastopol, sortie on the 26th Oct., capture of the Quarries, and assaults of the Redsn on the 
18th June and 8th September— severely wounded, left hand amputated (Medal with three Clasps, Brevets or Major and Lt. 
Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Claw of the Medjidie). 

6 Colonel de Horsey served the Eastern campaign of 1854, and up to IS Jan. 1855, Including the battle of Alma and siege 
of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

7 Colonel Hlgginson served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, as Adjutant 3rd Battalion Grenadier 
Guards, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman (horse killed), siege and fall of Sebastopol; after which he 
served as Brigade Major of the Guards until the conclusion of the war (Medal with four Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt. 
Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

8 Lt.Colonel Burnaby »erved in the Eastern campaign from Nov. 1854 up to 28 July 1855, includingthe battle of Inker- 
man and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasp*, Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

10 LLColonrl Hogge served at the siege and fall oi Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medul). 

11 Lt.Coionel Alexander served in the Crimea from 20 Dec. 1854, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal 
with Clasp, Turkish Medal, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

12 Lt.Colone1 Sturt served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, Including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman 
(severely wounded), and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medals and 5th Class of the 
Medjidie). 

13 Lucolonel Verochoyle served the Eastern campaign of 1854*55, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and 
Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, wounded in the trenches on the 5th Sept. 1855 (Medal with four Clasps, 5th Class 
of the Medjidie, Sardinian and Turkish Medals). 

16 Lt Colonel Hamilton served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, Includingthe battles of Alma (wounded), Balaklava, and 
Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 6th Class or Medjidie). 

16 Lt.Coionel Clayton served in the Crimea from 20 Dec. 1854 to 30 July 55 (Medal with Clasp for Sebastopol, and 
Turkish Medal). 

18 Lt. Colonel Ewart served with the 93rd Highlanders In the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of 
Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebaatepol (Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

19 Lt.Coionel Malet served at the siege and fall of Sebaatopol from 3 May 1855 (Medal with Clasp and Turkish Medal). 

20 Lt.Colonel Hon. J. C. Stanley served in the Crimea from 8 June to 6 July 1S55 (Medal with Clasp for Sebastopol, 
and Turkish Medal). 

21 Lt Col. Wynne served at the siege and faH of Sebastopol from 29 July 1855 (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

22 Lt.Colonel Earle served with the 49th Regt. throughout the Eastern campaign of 1*64-65, including the battles of Alma 
and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, sortie of 26th Oct, and assault ot the Redan on 18th June (Modal and three Clasps, 
Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

23 Lt.Col. Davies served In the Royal Navy in the Burmese war (Medal). Also in the Baltic In the Russian war (Medal). 

25 Lt.Colonel Drury Lowe served with the 74 ih Highlanders throughout the Kaffir war of 1851-58 (Medal). Set red as 
Aide de Camp to Sir H. Barnard, to Major General Reed, and to Sir A. Wilson during the siege, assault, and capture of 
Delhi and ill minor engagements, and received the thanks of the Governor General in Council (Brevet of Major, Medal 
with Clasp). 

26 Captain Ellis served with the 83rd Regt. at the siege of Sebastopol from Jan. to 24 May 1855 ; then as Aide de Camp 
to Major General Cunvnghame at Kertch and elsewhere (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

27 Surgeon Major Wardrop, Surgeons Elkington, Lawrence, and Read. — For War Services see " Medical Department." 

[Continuation of Notes to Coldstream Guards.] 

12 Lt.ColonelConolIy served the Eastern campaign of 1854 in the 49th Regt., Including the battle of Alma and siege of 
Sebastopol: was dangerously wounded (shot through the chest) at the repulse of the powerful sortie on the 26th October- 
mentioned In despatches (Brevet of Major, Medal and Clasps, Victoria Cross, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th 
Class of the Medjidie). 

13 Lt.Colonel Hon. R. Monck served with the 43rd Regt. in the Kaffir war in 1858 (Medal). 

14 Lt.Colonel Jervolse served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, as Aide de Camp to General Airey, including 
the battles of Alma and Balaklava, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and three Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, 
and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

16 LtColonel Hall served at the siege of Sebastopol from 20th Nov. 1854 to 16 Jan. 1853 (Medal with Clasp and Turkish 
Medal). 

17 Lt.Colonels Wlgram and Lambton served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol from 11th Dec. 1854 (Medal with Clasp, 
5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

19 Lt.Colonel Wm. F. E. Seymour served as a Midshipman with the Baltic Fleet in 1854 (Medal). 

20 Lt. Colonel Hon. G. H. W. Windsor Clive served in the 52nd Lt. Infantry during the Indian mutiny, and was present 
at the defeat of the Sealkote mutineers on the Ravee on the 12th and 16th July 1857) also at the siege, assault, and 
occupation of Delhi from 14th Aug. (Medal with Clasp). 

21 Captain Fremantie served with the Rifle Brigade In the Crimea from Srd Dec. 1864 to 9th July 1855, Including 
the siege of Sebastopol j also commanded 163 men at the last sortie of the Russian* against the Quarries on 7tb-8th June, 
and commanded the Woolsack party of the Light Division at the assault of the Redan on 18th June— severely wounded 
(Medal with Clasp, Sardinian and Turkish Medals). Served also in the Indian campaign, Including the siege skid capture 
of Lucknow.Transgogra campaign with expedition into Nepaul— mentioned in despatches (Medal with Clasp). 

28 Quartermaster Falconer served the Eastern campaign oi 1854*56, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and 
Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 
23 Surgeons Major Wyatt and Cay, and ABsist.Surgeon Trotter.— For War Services see "Medical Department.'' 



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Colonel.— c. 9 Q3II Sir William MaynardGomm, 1 GCB.Ens. 24 May 94; XZ. 10 Nov. 94; 

Cap/. 25 June 03; Major, 10Oct.ll; i/.CoZ. 17 Aug. 12; Col. 16 May 29; Maj.Gen. 

10 Jan. 37; Lt.Gen. 9 Not. 46; 6?en. 20 June 54; Field Marshal, 1 Jan. 68; Col. 

Coldstream Guards, 15 Aug. 63. 

Lieut. Colonel.— \ c. Hon. Arthur Edward Hardinge, 9 CB.-Kn*. p 7 June 44; X/.22 Dec. 

45; Capt. p 1 June 49; Brevet Major, 12 Dec. 54; Capt. 8c X*.CW. 20 Feb. 55; 

Col. 25 May 58 ; Major, 16 March 07 ; Lt.Col. 2 Sept. 68. 
Majors.— 1 Him. Percy Robert Basil Feilding,*CB. Ens. P8 Aug. 46; Xto. £ Lt. p 7 Aug. 

46; XZ. * Cap/. 21 Aug. 51; Br.Maj. 12 Dec. 54; Cap/. $ Lt.Col. p 23 Not. 55; 

Co/. 7 Oct. 65; Major, 23 Oct. 67. 
3 Charles Baring/ Ens. 8c Lt. p 2 July 47 ; X/. & Cap/. P 29 April 53 ; Br ev. Major, 12 

Dec. 54; Capt. 8c Lt.Col. P21 Dec. 55 ; Ifq/'or £ Colonel, 2 Sept. 68. 
Captains 8c Lt. Colonels.— \ Henry Annytage, jEVw. & Xteu/. p30 July 4? ; Xiet//. & Capt. 

p 13 Dec. 53 ; 1?/. ATq/or, 12 Dec. 54 ; Capt. 8c Lt.Col. 26 Oct. 58. 
2 VC Gerald Littlehales Goodlake, 8 *nd Lt. p 14 June 50 ; Xto*. £ X/. p 27 June 51 ; Lt. 8c 

Capt. 14 July 54 ; Bt.Maj. 14 June 56; Capt. 8c Lt.Col. p 29 Nov. 69; Co/. 30 Apr. 69. 

1 Harvey Tower," Ens. p 17 Jan. 51 ; Ens. 8f Lieut. P21 Nov. 51 ; Lieut. A; Capt. 4 Sept 

54; Capt. $ X/.Co/. P9 Mar. 60. 

2 Arthur James Freznantle,2fa*. 10 Dec. 52; Ens. 8{ Lieut, p 29 April 53; Xieu^. 8c Capt. 

6 Nov. 54; Capt. 8c Lt.Col. p 20 Apr. 60. 

1 ** Hon. Wm. Henry A. Feilding, Ens. 13 Feb. 52; Lt. P 26 July 53 ; XZ. & Cap/. 15 
Dec. 54 ; Cap/. & X/.£o/. p 15 June 60. 

2 Christopher Edward Blackett," Ens. 21 Dec. 44; XZ. p 1 Oct. 47; Cap/. 4 w Feb. 64 ; 

Capt. 8c Lt.Col. 9 Nov. 62. 
1 George Robert FitzRoy,' 1 Sub.Lt. P23 Nov. 49; X/.P8 Apr. 53; Capt. 29 Dec. 54; 
Carp/. $ Lt.Col. p 28 July 63. 

1 VCt John Aug. Conolly," Ens. P 25 Feb. 48 ; Lt. p 26 Aug. 60 ; Capt. 22 Dec. 64 ; Bt. 

Major, 17 July 55 ; Bt. Lt.Col. 8 June G3 ; Capt. 8c Lt.Col. p 1 1 Aug. 63. 

2 -Hon. Richard Monck, 19 Ens. v 2 Mar. 49 ; XZ. P 17 Oct. 51 ; Capt. 23 Mar. 55 ; Capt. fr 

X/.Co/. p 17 Nov. 63. 
2 Henry Clarke Jervoise, 14 2nd Lt. p 13 Dec. 50; X/. P8 Apr. 63; Capt. P 6 Apr. 65; 

Capt. 8c Lt.Col. p 20 July 66. 
2 Julian Hamilton Hall, 10 Ens. & Lieut. P2 Aug. 54; Lieut. & Capt. P13 Feb. 66; 

Cap/. «fe Lt.Col. P30 Oct. 66. 

1 Godfrey James Wig ram, 17 ^n«. & Lieut. p3 Aug. 54; Xt€u/. 8c Capt. P14 Feb. 66; 

Cap/. 8c Lt.Col. p 11 Dec. 66. 

2 Arthur Lambton," Ens. 8c Lt. p 4 Aug. 64; XieuZ. & Cap/. P 15 Feb. 56; Cap/. & Lt. 

Col. P 18 Jan. 67. 
2 Hon. William Edwardes, Ens. 8c Lt. p 24 Nov. 54 ; Lieut. 8c Capt. p 5 Feb. 68 ; Capt. 

6c Lt.Col. p 16 Mar. 67. 
1 William Fred. Ernest Seymour, 19 Ens. 8c Lt. 18 Jan. 66; Lt. 8c Cap/.P 13 May 69; 

Capt. 8c Lt.Col. p 23 Oct. 67. 
1 Hon. Edward Henry Legge, Ens. 8c Lt. p 12 Feb. 66 ; Lieut, k Capt. p 29 Nov. 59 ; Capt. 

8cLt.Col.P25Jyee.ei. 

1 Edward Strelley Pegge Burnell, Ens. & Lt. P13 Feb. 56; Lt. & Capt. P20 Dec. 69; 
Capt. 8c Lt.Col. p 22 Jan. 68. 

8 Hon. Geo. Herbert W. Windsor dive ?* En*. P21 Sept. 62; Lt. p 20 Jan. 64; Capt. 
p 17 June 59 ; Capt. 8c Lt.Col. p 14 March 68. 

2 Richard Hasel Thursby, Bns.8fLt. 4 May 56; Lieut. $ Capt. p 17 Apr. 60; Capt.% 

Lt.Col. 9 2 Sept. 68. 
1 Norman Burnand, JBu. p 27 July 55 ; Lt. P 26 Oct. 55 ; XZ. <& Capt. p 20 Apr. 60 ; 
Capt. $ Lt.Col. p 17 Feb. 60. 



Lieutenants and Captains. 



2 FiURoy William Fremantle 91 

1 Fred. Charles Buller 

1 Ellis Philip Fox Reeve 

1 Hugh Bonham Carter 

1 John Fletcher Hathorn 

1 Vesey, Lord Cremorne ...... 

1 Edward Chaplin 

2 George John FitzRoy Smyth, Adjutant ... 

1 Henry Robert Eyre 

2 John Barton Sterling • 

1 George Gordon Mttcpherson .•« • 

2 Charles Dash wood Thomas 

2 Hon. John Robert William Vesey 

1 Hon. Frederick Arthur WeUealey, Adjutant. 

1 Hon. Heneage Legge 

2 Richard Spencer Hall 

1 Arthur Farquhar 

2 Caledon James Alexander 

2 William John Freschville Bamsden ....... 



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2 Hon. Edward Archibald Brabazon Acheson 

2 Henry Chas. A. Fred. Win. Aldenburg-Bentinck 

2 Sort. Lewis Payn Dawnay 

2 Hon. Edward Henry Trafalgar Digby 

2 William Michael Glynn Turquand 

1 Hon. Henry William Lowry Corry 

1 Robert William Webb Follett 

Ensigns and Lieutenants. 

1 Hon. Evelyn Edward Thomas Boscawen .. . • 

2 Archibald, Earl of Cassilis 

1 Waller Philip Hughes 

I Hervey Jackes Lloyd Bruce 

1 Amelius Richard Mark Wood 

2 Frederick Assheton Des Voeux 

2 Edmund Robarts Boyle 

1 Hon. Ronald George Elidor Campbell 

2 Henry Charles Duncombe 

2 Reginald James Macartney Grcville Nugent 
2 Hon. George Aubrey Vere Bertie 

Francis Aylmer Graves Sawle 

Augustus Henry Macdonald More ton 

Hon. Miles Stapleton 

Reginald Pole Carew 

James Gordon Henry Graham Montgomery 
Adjutant*.— % Capt. G. J. FiuRoy Smyth, 14 Sept. 66. 
1 Capt. Hon. F. A. Wellesley, 25 Dec. 67. 
Instructors of Musketry.— 2 Captain John Barton Sterling, 23 March 66. 
1 Captain Hon. Heneage Legge, 10 March 68. 
Quarter Masters.— 1 Alexander Falconer," 1 July 53. 

2 Joseph Birch, 27 Feb. 67. 
Surgeon Major. — 1 John Wyatt,* A .SAT J une 51 ; Surg. 9 April 57; Surgeon Mqj or, 9 Jan. 63. 
Batt.Surg.— 2 Charles Vidler Cay , ,3 MD. A .S. 12 June46; Surg.9JtLn.GS,Surg.MaJ. 12 June66. 
Assistant Surgeons.— 2 John William Trotter, 33 26 May 54. 

1 Arthur Bowen Richards Myers, 26 Sept. 59. 
1 John Henry Connel Whipple, MD. 30 Sept 64. 
Solicitor .—Robert J. P. Broughton, 7 Jan. 62. 
Facings Blue — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
[1st Battalion returned from the Crimea, June 1856.] 
[2nd Battalion retumedfrom Canada ,99th Oct. 1842.] 

I Sir William Maynard Gomra served in the 0th Foot on the expedition to the Helder in 1700, Including the action* 
of the 10th Sept. and 2nd October. On the coast of France and Spain in 1800. In Hanover in 1805. In the expe- 
dition to Stralsund and siege of Copenhagen in 1807. Peninsular campaigns of 1808-9, including the battles of Roleie, 
Vimtera, and Corunna. Expedition to Walcheren and siege of Flushing in 1800. Proceeded again to the Peninsula In 
1810 where he served on the Quarter Master General's Staff during the remainder of the war, including the battles of 
Busaco and Fuentes d'Onor, assault and capture of Badajox, battle of Salamanca, action at Villa Muriel, battle of Vic- 
toria, siege of San Sebastian, battles of the Nivelle and Nive» and investment of Bayonne. Served also in the cam- 
paign of 1815, and was present at Quatre Bras and Waterloo as Quarter Master General of the 6th division. Was Com- 
mander of the Forces, Lieut. Governor and Member of Council in Jamaica in 1840-41, where he established the Moun- 
tain Barrack of Newcastle. Commanded the Northern District of England in 1848. Governor and Commander in 
Chief in the Mauritius from 1848 to 1840. Commander in Chief in India and an Extraordinary Member of Council from 
January 1851 to Dec. 1855. Sir William has received the Gold Cross and one Clasp for Badajox, Salamanca, Vlttoria, 
San Sebastian and Xive ; and the Silver War Medal with six Clasps for Roleia, Vimiera, Corunna, Busaco, Fuentes 
d'Onor, and Nivelle; and Is a Knight 2nd Class of St. Anne of Russia. 

S Colonel Hon. A. B. Hardinge served as Aide de Camp to Lord Hardinge throughout the campaign on the Sutlej in 
1845-6, and was present in the battles of Moodkee, Feroxeshah (horse shot), and Sobraon, for which he has received a 
Medal and two Clasps. Served the Eastern campaign of 1854-56, first as D. A. Q. M.Gen. to the 1st Division, and 
at Head Quarters, and from the spring of 1855 as Assist Qr. Master General at Head Quarters, Including the battles of 
Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 6th 
Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

4 Colonel Hon. Percy Feildlng served the Eastern campaign of 1654 as Brigade Major to the Brigade of Guards 
at the battle of Aima (mentioned in despatches), and on the staff of the 1st Division at the battles of Balaklava and 
Inkerman (severely wounded), and siege of Sebastopol (Brevet of Major, Medal with four Clasps, Knight of the Legion of 
Honor. 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

5 Colonel Baring served tn the Eastern campaign of 1854, Including the battle of Alma (severely wounded— arm 
amputated). Rejolnea the 1st Battalion before Sebastopol on the 12th May 1855 and served with it until after the 
fail of the place (Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjldie, and 
Turkish Medal). 

7 LtXolonel Arroytage served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and 
Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Brevet of Major, Medal with four Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th 
Class of the Medjldie, and Turkish Medal). 

Colonel Good lake served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854*65, Including the battles of Alma, Inkerman, 
Balaklava, aud Tchernaya, and siege and mil of Sebastopol. He volunteered for the Sharpshooters of the Brigade of 
Guards, commanded them for 43 days, and was engaged at the repulse of the sortie of 26th Oct. 1854: and he served on 
the Quarter Master General's staff from Feb. 1855 (Medal with four Clasps, Brevet of Major, Victoria Cross, Knight of the 
Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal/. 

LtColonel Tower served the Eastern campaign of 1854.65. Including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, 
siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 6th Class of the Medjidie, and 
Turkish Medal). 

10 LtXolonel Blackett served the Eastern campaign of 1864 with the 03rd Highlanders and that of 1855 with the Cold- 
stream Guards, including the battles of Alma and Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, 5th 
Class of the Medjldie, and Turkish Medal). 

II LtXSolonel FitzBoy served the Eastern campaign of 1854, In the 41st Regt, Including the battles of Alma and 
Inkerman (severely wounded), and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

[For remainder of Notes see end of Grenadier Guards. 



Scots Fusilier Guards* 



115 



"UNCBXLE3 M -The"SpAtf*x," with the word*, "EGYPT" "TALAVERA" "BARR08A" "PENINSULA" 
"WATERLOO" «ALMA" "INKERMAN" "SEVASTOPOL." 



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Cotonel.—9 SB Sir Alexander Woodford, 1 6CB. GCMQ. Ens. 6 Dec. 94; Lt. 15 July 

95; Ca/>f. 11 Dec. 99; Capt. 6c Lt.Col. 8 Mar. 10; Co/. 4 June 14; Major Gen. 27 

May 25; Lt.Gen. 28 June 38 ; Gen. 20 June 54; Field Marshal, 1 Jan. 68; Col. Scots 

Fusilier Guards, 31 Dec. 61. 
Lieui.Colonel.— Fred. Charles Arthur Stephenson,* CB., J?n«. & if. 25 July 37; it. & 

Cop/, p 13 Jan. 43 ; Capt. 6c Lt.Col. 20 Juue 54; Col. 15 Feb. 61 ; Major, 10 July 63; 

i/.C©/. 29 Aug. 68. 
Majors.— I Henry Poole Hepburn,*CB. .En*. 6c Lt p 19 Feb. 41 ; Lt. 6c Cajtf. P2 Oct. 46; 

Capt. 3c Lt.Col. 20 June 54 ; Col. 2 Feb. 63 ; Major, 29 Nov. 64. 
2 William Fred., Lord Abinger, 6 Cornet, p 14 April 46; 2&t*. ^ if. P 12 June 46; if. £ 

Cap*, p 23 Nov. 49 ; Bt . if q/. 1 2 Dec. 54 ; Cap/. £ Lt. Col. P 24 Apr. 55 ; Colonel, 21 Nov. 

67 ; Major, 29 Aug. 68. 
Captains and Lieut.Colonels. — 1 AugustusWm. Henry Mey rick, 7 Ens. 6c Lt.PS Sept. 46; 

Lt. 6c Capt. p 22 Feb. 50 ; Capt. ic Lt.Col. p 22 June 55 ; Colonel, 13 Feb. 68. 
2 William Aitchison, 8 Ensign, P21 Mar. 45; Ens. 6c Lt. i>2 Oct. 46; Lt. 6c Capt. P 24 

May 50; Capt. 6c Lt.Col. p 25 Mar. 56 ; Colonel, 10 July 68. 

1 Reginald Glpps, 1 * Ens. 6f Lieut, p 10 April 49 ; Lieut. .$■ Capt. 20 June 54 ; Brev.Maj. 
6 June 56 ; Capt. * Lt.Col. ' 2 Feb. 58. 

2 Francis Baring," Ens. $ Lt. p 6 July 49 ; Lt $ Capt. 14 July 54; Bt.Major, 2 Nov. 
55 ; Capt . f Lt. Col. p 13 Aug. 58. 

1 Henry Charles Fletcher, Ens. 6c Lt. p8 Nov. 50; Lieut. 6c Capt. P3 Nov. 54; Capt. 6c 
if.CoZ. P 24 June 59. 

1 Raymond Herbert White, Ens. 10 Apr. 49; Lieut, p 13 Apr. 52; Capt. 29 Dec. 54 ; 
Capt. 6c Lt.Col. P16 Sept 59. 

2 Francis Lamb ton," Ens. P22 Apr. 53; Ens. 6c Lieut. P28 Oct. 53; Lieut. 6c Capt. 
p 22 June 55 ; Capt . 6c Lt.Col. p 4 Nov. 59. 

2 Bon. Hugh Annesley, 14 Ens. P18 Apr. 51; Ens. % Lt. 29 July 53 ; Lt. 6f Capt. 14 

A ug. 55 ; Capt. % Lt. Col. p 18 May 60. 
2 George Hay Moncrieff, 16 Ens. 6 June 54 ; Ens. 6c Lieut. P 4 Aug. 54 ; Lieut. & CapU 

p 15 Jan. 56 ; Capt. 6c Lt.Col. p 19 Aug. 62. 

1 George Grant Gordon, 16 Ens. 6c Lieut. 13 Feb. 52 ; Lieut, j- Capt. 26 Dee. 54 ; Capt. Sc 
Lt.Col. 13 Feb. 63. 

2 William John Rous, 17 Ens. p 1 1 June 52 ; Lt. p 25 Aug. 54 ; Capt . 23 Oct 65 ; Capt. Sc 
Lt.Col. P8Jau. 64. 

2 Edward Marcus Beresford, lt Ens. P23 Aug. 54; Lt. 3 Nov. 54; Capt. P29 Apr. 56; 

Capt. 6c Lt.Col. p 4 Nov. 64. 
1 Cecil Lennox Peel, Ens. PI Aug. 48; Lt. P23 July 52; Capt. 22 Aug. 55; Capt. 6c 

i*.Co/.P22Nov.64. 
1 George Williams Knox, Ens. £ Lieut. 19 Jan. 55; Lieut 6c Capt. P25 Sept. 57 ; Capt. 6c 

Lt.Col. p 4 Apr. 65. 

1 Hon. Walter Rodolph Trefusis, Ens. 6c Lt . p9 Feb. 55; Lt. 6c Capt. p 2 Feb. 68 ; Capt. 
6c Lt.Col.P4 Apr. 65. 

2 Charles Shelley, Ens. £ if. p6 July 55; if. jf Capf. P24 June 69 ; Capt. 6c Lt. Col. 
P6Feb.66. 

1 Hon. John Fred. Bailer Elphinstone, Ens. £ if. p 17 Aug. 55 ; Lt. 6f Capt. P16 Aug.59 : 
Capt. % Lt Col. 29 May 66. 

1 Hon. Lionel Edward Massey, Ens. 2 Sept. 55 ; Lt 26 Oct. 55 ; Lt. 6c Capt. P16 Aug, 59 ; 

Capt. 6c Lt.Col. P18 Dec. 66. 

2 Christopher Peach Pemberton, Ens. 6c Lt. p 21 Dec. 55; Lt. 8c Capt. p 16 Sept. 59 ; 

Capt. 6c Lt.Col. p 22 Aug. 68. 
2 Frederick Palmer, Ens. % Lt. 21 Sept. 55; Lt. 6f Capt. p 16 Aug. 59 ; Capt. A- Lt.Col. 
29 Aug. 68. 



Lieutenants and Captains. 

2 James Edward Ford • 

2 Sussex Vane Stephenson 

1 Hon. Charles Wiiliam White 

1 Henry Hardinge Denne Stracey 

2 Gerard Smith 

1 Hon. Henry Thomas Fraser 

2 Fred. St John Ncwdigate Barne 

2 Frederick William John Dugmore 

2 Frederick Henry Harford 

1 Charles Arthur Wynne Finch, Adjutant 

2 Thomas Philip Graham 

1 Fred. William Edward Foreatier Walker .... 

2 George John, Lord Rosehill 

2 William Julius Gascoigne. • • • 

1 Lord Charles John Innes Ker 

2 George Gosling 

1 Hon. Joshiia Charles Vanneck 

2 Ponsonby Bsgot • 

2 Bsrrington Bulkley Douglas Campbell 

1 Hon. William Sydney Hilton Jolliffe 

I Hon. Digby Wentworth Bayard Willoughby 



p 10 Sept. 68 
P16 June 57 



CORNET, 
OR ENSIGN. 



p 10 June < 



p 28 Jan. 62 



Pll June 61 



ENSIGN 
AND LIEUT. 



p 15 Jan. 50 
2 Mar. 55 
p 15 Apr. 56 
p 28 Nov. 56 
p 26 Sept. 57 
p 24 June 59 
p 4 Nov. 59 
P29 Dec. 57 
p 13 Jan. 60 
p 16 June 60 
p 19 Aug. 62 
p 5 Sept. 62 
P 21 Nov. 62 
P31 Mar. 63 
p 12 June 63 
p 10 July 63 
p 1 Dec. 63 
p 8 Jan. 64 
P 10 May 64 
p 17 Nov. 63 



LIEUT. AND 
J3APTAIN. 

p 16 Dec. 69 
26 Dec. 56 
p 18 May 60 
p 15 June 60 
p 6 Sept. 62 
P12 June 63 
p 9 Aug. 64 
P23 Sept. 59 
p 4 Nov. 64 
P29Nov. 64 
p 4 Apr. 66 
Pll July 65 
p 5 Jan. 66 
p 6 Feb. 66 
p 29 May 66 
p 26 June 66 
p 26 June 66 
P 3 Aug. 66 
p 18 Dec. 66 
p 28 Dec. 66 
p 8 Juue 67 



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ENSIGN 
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LIEUT. AND 
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p 20 Wept 64, p 4 Sept. 07 
p 22 Not. 64 p 25 Dec. 67 
p 4 Apr. 65 P 22 Aug. 68 
P29 Nov. 64 29 Aug. 68 
p 5 Apr. 65 12 Apr. 69 



PU July 65 
p 5 Jan. 66 
p 29 May 66 
p 26 June 66 
p 27 June 66 
p 3 Aug. 66 
Pll Dec. 66 
p 18 Dec. 66 
p 8 June 67 
p 4 Sept. 67 
P 25 Dec. 67 
p 15 Feb. 66 
p 8 July 68 
P22Auif. 68 

30 Sept. 68 
P 5 May 

12 June 69 



Lieutenants and Captains. 

1 Cecil Haffenden Hall 

2 Hon. Paul Sanford Methuen, Adjutant 

1 Henry John Elwes •••• 

1 Ralph Vivian 

1 John Yarde Buller • . • 

Ensigns and Lieutenants. 

1 Hon. Francis Charles Bridgeman 

2 Henry Edward Home Drummond- Moray . . 
1 Henry Fludyer 

3 Hon. Robert Frederick Villiers 

1 William Edward Montgomery 

2 Mildmay Willson Willson 

1 Leopold James Yorke Campbell Scarlett.. . . 

2 Inlgo Richmund Jones 

2 Gilbert John, Viscount Melgund 

2 Beau champ Henry John Scott 

1 Sir William Goidon Gordon-Cummioff, Bart 

1 Thomas William, Viscount Coke 

2 Edward John Wingfield Stratford 

1 Frederick Lorn Campbell 

1 Hon. Uicb. Southwell Geo. Stapleton Cotton , 

2 Arthur Broad wood 

Arthur Henry Paget | 

Adjutants. — 1 Captain C. A. Wynne Finch, 4 April 65. 
2 Captain Hon. P. S. Methuen, 1 Aug. 68. 
Instructors of Musketry. —1 Captain Hon. H. T. Fraser, 23 Oct. 62. 

2 Captain G. Smith, 12 July 65. 
Quarter Masters.— I George Allen, 90 8 July 53. 
2 John Smith, 20 April 67. 
Surgeon Major,— 2 John Ashton Bostock, ltf MD. 20 Mar. 67; Surg. 17 Feb. 54; A.S. 

8 Feb. 42 ; Hon. Surgeon to the Queen. 
Battalion Surgeon.— \ Frederick Robinson, 19 MD. A.S. 19 Nov. 47 ; Surg.20 March 57; 
Assistant Surgeons. — 1 Francis B ram ley Baker, 3 Mar. 54. [Surgeon Major, 19 Nov. 67. 
2 Henry Turner. 19 19 May 54. 
1 George Perry,* 9 29 Jan. 55. 
Solicitor. — Fxed. Ouvry, 9 Nov. 58. Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
[1st Battalion returned from the Crimea, 4 July 1856.] 
2nd Battalion returned from Canada, 16 September 1864. 
1 Sir Alexander Woodford served in the 9th Regt. la North Holland, and was severely wounded on the 19th Sept. 1709. Served ia the 
Coldstream Guards at the capture of Copenhagen in 1807. Served on the Staff in Sicily in 1808,9, andlO. Commanded the Light Battalion of 
the Driicade of Guards, at the siege ofCiudad Rodrigo, capture of Badajos, battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, and at the siege of Burgos. 
Commanded first Battalion Coldstream Guards at the battle of Vittoria, capture of San Sebastian, at the Nivelle, the Nive,and investment of 
Bayonoe. Commanded the second Battalion at the battle ol Waterloo, surrenderor farts, and during the oceupatioo in France. Sir Alexander 
has received the Gold Medal sod two Clasps for the battle of Salamanca, Vittoria, and the Nlve; and the Silver War Medal with one Clasp 
for Ciudad Rodrigo and Nivelle ; and be Is a Knight of Maria Theresa of Austria, and Fourth Class or St. George of Russia. 

2 Colonel Stephent-on served in the Eustern campaign of 1*64-63, including the battles of Alius, Balaklava, and 
Inkertnan, siege of Sebastopol and sortie on the 26th October. Wtis Military Secretary to the Commander in Chief in the 
Crimea from early in July until Nov. 1855 (Medal with four Clasps Knight of the teglun of Honor, 4th class oi the 
Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served as Assist. Adjutant General to the expeditionary force in Oblna from March 1857 to 
Mih Feb. 1860, and present at the capture of Canton In Dec, 1857; and served as Deputy Adjutant General to the force 
under Sir Hope Grant from 14th Feb. 1660 to 16th March 1861, present at the storming and capture of theTSku Forts, the 
actions of the 18th and 21st Sept.. and subsequent advance on Pekin (.C/f. Brevet of Colonel, Medal with three Clasps). 

5 Colonel Hepburn served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, Including the battle of Alma (severely wounded), siege 
and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

6 Lord Abinger served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Aima, Inkerman, and Balaklava, 
siege of Sebastopol and sortie on the 86th Oct.; waa appointed extra Aide de Camp to M ajor General Sir James Yorke 
Scarlett on 3rd Nov. 1854, and rejoined his Begt. 1st April 1855 (Brevet of Major, Medal with four Clasps, 5th Class of the 
Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

7 Colonel Meynck served in the Crimea from 80th Dec. 1854, and was present at the slegoand fall of Sebastopol 
(Medal with one clasp, 5ih Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 1A ._ 

8 Colonel Aitchison served with the 1st Batt. 01st Regt. at the Cape of Good Hope from Dec. 1845 to March 1847, 
and was engagfd In a severe affair with the Caffres ou the 22nd May 1846, when hie horse waa shot under hint (Medal). 

10 Lt. Colonel Gipps served the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battles of Alma (bayonet wound of hand). Balsklava, 
and Inkerman (severely wounded, shot through neck), siege of Sebastopol and sortie on the 26th Oct. (Medal with four 
Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

12 Lt.Colonel Raring served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Aim*,. Balaklava, sad 
Inkerman (wounded), siege and fall of Sebastopol and sortie on the 26th Oct, wounded by grape-shot in the trenches 
Medal with four Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

IS LtColonel Lambton served in the Crimea from 80th Dec. 1864, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with 
one Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

14 Lt.Colonel Hon. H. Anneiley served with the 43rd Light Infantry in the Kaffir war of 1851-2-3 (Medal), and was 
severely wounded in right arm at the battle of Berea. Served with the Scots Fusilier Guards in the Eastern campaign of 
1854, including the battleof Alma (severely wounded) : Medal and Clasps, and Turkish Medal. 

15 Lt.Colonel Moncrietf served in the Crimea from Sad May 1855, including the siege and Hall of Sebastopol (Medal wit" 
one Clasp, and Turkish Medal). . 

16 Lt. Colon el Gordon served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, Belaklare, and 
Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and sortie oT26th Oct. ; was Aide de Camp fo General Simpson from 2tnd Aug. to 
12th Nov. 1855 (Medal with four Clasps. 5th Class or the Medjidi^ and Turkish Medal). , 

17 Lt.Colonel Rons served with the 90th Lieht Infantry In the Crimea /cam Dec. 1854, including the niegfe and rail or 
Sebastopol, and attacks of the Bedan on the 18th June and 8th September— wounded ; also severely wounded in the trenches 
on the 26th August (Medal with one Clasp, and Turkish Medal). * ' 

18 Lt.Colonel Beresford joined the Battalion in the Orimea on the 8ib Sept. 1855, and was At the fall of Sebastopol 
(Medal with one Clasp, and Turkish. Medal). 

19 Doctors Bostock and Robinson, and Assist.Surgeons Turner and Perry.— lor War Services see " Medical Department. 

20 Quartermaster Allen served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1851.65, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, 
and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebaatopoi, and sortie of 26th October (Medal with four Clasps, 5th Clan of the Medjidie, 



Wars' Serv , 
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^&S2EE8E£i3 lst < The R °y al ) Re 9iment of Foot. 118 

The King?* Cypher within the Collar of St. Andrew, and the Crown over it. In the second colour the Thistle A- Crown.— 
"ST. LUCIA" M EGMONT-OP-ZBB.*' The Sphinx, "EGYPT" "CORUNNA" " BUSACO " "SALAMANCA" 
*YlTTORlA" "ST. SEBASTIAN" "NIVB" "PENINSULA" "NIAGARA" "WATERLOO" "NaGPORE" 
-MAHEIDPOOR" -AVA" ••ALMA" "INKKRMAN" "SEVASTOPOL" "TAKU FORTS" "PEKIN." 

Colonel.— £ Sir George Bell, 1 KCB., Ens. 14 Mar. 11 ; Lt. 17 Feb. 14 ; Capt. p 7 Aug. 28 ; 
Bt.Major, 2'* Mar. 39; Major, 14 July 43 ; Lt.Col. 5 Dec. 43; Col. 20 June 54; Major 
Otn. 4 April 59; Lt.Gen. 2d Jan. 66; Co*, lst Foot, 3 Aug. 08. 
Lt.ColoneU.— 2 Richard George Coles,* jEm*. p3 May 44; Ziett/. P14 May 47; Capt. 
P8 Sept. 54 ; Major 17 April 60; Lt.Col. Feb. 67. 

1 Frederick Wells,* Ens. 12 Oct. 41; Lt. 2 Aug. 44; Capt. C Nov. 64; Br cv. Major 
2 Nov. 55 ; Bt. Lt.Col. 8 Feb. 66; A/«/or 26 June 66 ; Lt.Col. 18 Nov. 68. 

Majors.— 2 George Rowland, 6 Ens. p 30 Nov. 46; Lieut, p 15 Nov. 50 ; Capt. 29 Dec. 54; 
Major 3 Aug. 66. 

2 George Frederick Berry J Ens. 7 Jan. 42; Lt. P25 Apr. 45; Capt. 20 Oct. 49 ; Bt.Major, 
20 Sept. 61 ; Major, 1 Apr. 66. 

Edward Thomas St. Lawrence MccGwire, Ens. P19 Oct. 49 ; Lieut, p 21 May 52; Capt. 
p 19 Jan. 55 ; Major 9 Feb. 67. 

Wm. Fred. John Rudd, 10 Ens. p 22 Nov. 50 ; Lt. p 27 May 53 ; Capt. 25 June 55 ; Major, 
18 Nov. 68. 



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Captains. 



Morgan Jas. O'Connell 1 

Fred. Pritzler Muller l * 

Edward Andrew Stuart 13 

Henry George White l V 

Wm. Newcomen Watts, 

Rd. Abraham Manners M 

il Fred. J. Ponsonby Hill . 

J 1 James Creagh 16 . .:...., 

II Alfred John Ford 17 ... 

1 James William Hassell 18 

2 *. Joe. Hodgson Fawcett" 
2 Edward Fox Angelo*' 
2 George Gilbert Stewart 33 
1 Charles Boyes Steer • 

1 Dnncan Cameron Brock* 3 

2 William Freeborn" .... 

2 St. George Gray 

2 Rich. Wm. B. Crowther 

1 George Deane 

2 William George Brown . . 
2 George Wm.Thompson 39 
1 Cress well Keane C.Rooke" 

1 Thomas Atkinson 

2 Rlchd.LlewelynRoberts 2 * 
| Lieutenants. 

1 1 Charles Atkinson Logan 
O ) 1 William John Shanly . . 
;2 Henry George Thomson 36 



1 Thomas Arthur Mills 



, 

O 2 Emanuel Tealc* 7 .... 
1 1 Alfred Moberly .... 
i2 Luke Frederic Scott.. 
O ! 1 Hutchison Posnett . . 
2 Ernest Alex. Morant 
12 George Patereon .... 
O 2 John White Turnbull 
O ! 2 Luke Edmonstone Miller 
O 1 Fredk.de LamareMorison 
' 2 J ohndeStute villo Isaacson 
]l George Philip Lucas 
J 1 James Blaikie Keith 
1 Fra. Robert Stanton, a%. 
1 2 Robert Charles Dudgeon 
! 1 Charles Henry Sanford 
!2 Fra.C.Hen.Brooke,^4;. 
O .2 Fred. Young Wetherall 

O |2 Joseph Pratt 

' 1 John Briscoe Watts. . • • 
jl Frederick Con ingbam.. 

2 A lieu Deane 33 

1 John Williams Hughes 
* 1 BertramEustaceMitford 

O 2 Arthur Fishe 

O 2 Edward Gordon Gy 11 . 
• 1 Thomas Angelo Irwin 



ENSIGN. 

P27 May 63 

17 June 51 
P21 May 52 

30 Dec. 53 
p 9 Dec. 45 

12 May 53 

13 May 5:3 
21 July 64 

18 Aug. 48 
p 13 Sept. 53 
p 4 Aug. 54 

15 Dec. 64 
20 Feb. 55 

p 30 Mar. 65 

14 July 54 

10 Aug. 54 

25 May 55 

26 July 55 
25 Jan. 55 

9 Feb. 55 

16 Feb. 55 
p 20 Mar. 57 

30 Oct. 58 

11 May 55 



4 July 55 
13 July 55 
20 July 65 
29 Feb. 56 
18 Apr. 6Q 

11 Dec. 57 
p 9 Sept. 59 
p 2 Mar. 60 
p 10 Apr. 60 

4 Julv 60 
p 5 Sept. 62 

12 Oct. 60 

15 Jan. 61 

24 May 61 
6 July 60 

p 13 Oct. 60 

25 May 61 

16 July 61 
11 Feb. 62 

p 7 Nov. 62 
P17 Mar. 63 

17 Mar. 63 
p 2 Oct. 63 

20 May 64 

24 May 59 

p 8 Mar. 64 

p 3 May 64 

15 Jan. 64 

P14 Juno 64 

8 Sept. 63 



LIEUT. 

8Dec.~54 
6 June 54 

11 Aug. 54 
29 Dec. 54 
21 Mar. 48 

p 18 Aug. 54 

12 Jan. 55 
12 Jan. 55 

p 18 July 51 
8 Dec. 64 

12 Jan. 55 

13 Apr. 55 

25 June 55 

26 June 55 
12 Jan. 55 

1 May 55 

p 26 Oct. 55 

p 15 Jan. 56 

15 May 55 

8 June 55 

17 June 55 
p 2 Mar. 60 
p 24 Nov. 63 

20 Jan. 56 

p 30 July 58 

p 30 July 58 

1 May 59 

25 Mar. 61 

23 Aug. 61 

18 Dec. 61 

8 Mar. 64 
? 29 Mar. 64 
P20Mav 64 
p 14 June 64 
p 5 July 64 
p 11 July 65 
P 8 Aug. 65 
p 12 Jan. 66 

1 Jan. 62 
p 4 Aug. 65 
P 8 May 66 
p 15 May 66 

20 July 66 
p 27 July 66 
p 14 Sept. 66 

25 Dec. 66 

9 Feb. 67 
p 13 July 67 

20 Dec. 64 
p 2 Sept. 68 
p 28 Oct. 68 

18 Nov. 68 
p 2 Dec. 68 
p 30 Sept. 68 



CAPTAIN. JBRKV.MAJ 



BT. LT.COL. 



p 6 Sept. 55 

16 Mar. b% 
30 Mar. 58 

p 30 Mar. 58 

21 Sept. 55 

26 June 69 

p 13 Dec. 59 

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17 Captain Ford setre d with the 36th Regt. 
In Shahubad from July to Not. 1868 and was 
prevent ut the affairs of Rampora-Perrara and 
Jumaon (Medal). 

18 Captain Hassell served at the siege and 
fall of Sebastopol from 20th Aug. 1866 (Medal 
and Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

19 Captain Fawcett served as Adjutant lst 
Royals and afterwards as Staff Officer with the 
Berar Column which took the field to oppose 
the entrance of Tantia Topee and Feroze Shah 
into the Deccan. Served throughout the Abys- 
sinian Campaign as a 1). A. Q. M. General and 
was present at the action of Arogee and capture 
of Magdala (mentioned in dispatches, Medal). 

21 Captain Angelo served with the 28 ih Regf. 
in the Crimea from August. 1866, including 
the siege and fall of Srb'istopol (Medal with 
Clasp and Turkish MecUl). 

23 Captain Stewart served the campaign of 
1860 in China, including the taking of Sinho 
andTangku, aod occupation of Tientsin(Medal 
and Clasp). 

23 Captain Brockserved at the siege and fall 
of Sebastopol from 23rd April 1865(Medal and 
Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

24 Captain Freeborn landed in the Crimea 
with the 2nd Batt. on the 22nd of April 1866, 
and was at the siege and fall of Sebastopol 
(Medal with Clasp, Turkish Medal, and 6th 
Class of the Medjidle). 

25 Captains Rooke and Roberts served 
the campaign of I860 in China, including the 
taking of Sinho and Tangku, occupation of 
Tientsin, actions of the loth and 2lst Sept., 
and surrender of Pekin (Medal and two 
Clasps). 

26 Lieut. Thomson served throughout the 
campaign of I860 in China, including the ac- 
tion of Sinho. storming of Tangku Fort, occu- 
pation of Tientsin, and surrender of Pekin 
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2 William Bell Macdonald .. 
2 Walter Craufurd Kennedy 
2 Hugh Henry Yarde ...... 

1 Wm. Henry M'Causland . . 
1 Richard Eaton Bouchier . . 
1 Arthur Wm. Sheringham . . 

1 Richard Henry Derman ., 

2 Edward liaynes Nixon .... 
2 Alfred George Yaldwyn . . 
2 William Drury Shaw .... 
1 George Sea forth Rodoii .. 

1 Charles Pascoe Hare 

2 Thomas Lee Thorp 

2 Robert Megaw Ireland. • . . 

1 Arthur Howlett 

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81G *** . 27 Lieut. Teale served at the siege and faU of 8c. 
P 23 Dec. 64 ( barto P o1 from 2« n d April, 1855, and was wounded 
P 11 Jiilv fiA at i h J!. a,tack °. f tne R * dan on the btn ^P*- (Medal 
«i . y 2? and ClM ''' and Turkish Medal). Served the cam- 
22 Aug. 65 palgn of 1860 In China, including the taking or 
P 23 Aug. 65 , R|nno and Tangku, and occupation of Tientsin (Medal 
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p \t TLf •« flfl ! , 29 ?*» ,t ' a W * Thom P 8on «wd in the Canton Pollee 
v IO May 00 force from 1858 to 1*60 and was present at the action of 
P 29 June 661 Sheksting with the Kwang Tang rebelaon 8th Jan. 1859. 
20 Ju'v 60 1 Cam P ai S n of 1860 in North China including the taking of 
P 91 An J RR Sinb0 and Tan « ku ' occupation of Tientsin, and anrrender 
. Ti e ?" 22 ?{ Pe ? in - the UUer «** M Orderly Offlcer to Brigadier 
P 1 4 Sept. 66 Urquhart (Medal with two ClaspaJ 
1 1 Dec. 66! ao Q r -Maater Moore served at the siege and fall of 
17 Anr fill ^bastopo* from 92nd April, 1656 (Medal and Claip, 
,,f" ,?,' »nd Tuikish Medal). Served the campaign of 1860 in 
1 J J Uly 07 j China, iucluding the taking or 81nho and Tangku. occu. 
8 Jan. 68 patiou of Tientsin, and surrender of Pekin (Medal and 
P21 Mur. 68- 'wo Clasps). 
P 22 Aug. 68 
p 12 Oct. 67 
p 28 Oct. 68 
3 Aug. 66 
2 Dec. 68 
Paymasters.— \ Grahame Craig, I April 57; Hon.Capt.l April 62. 

2 George Augustus Eliott, 3 April 60. 
Adjutants.— 1 Lieut. V. R. Stanton, 25 Dec. 66. 

2 Lieut. Fra. Charteris Henry Brooke, 14 March 68. 
Instructor* of Musketry. — 1 Lieut. Alfred Moberly, 15 June 59. 
! 2 Lieut. 

10 Quarter Masters.— 2 James Moore,** 1 July 50. 
4 1 Henry Francis Nettles, 22 May 66. 

16 Surgeons.— 2 William Grantt, 31 MB. Assist. Surg. 9 June 54 ; Surgeon, 22 May 66. 
14 1 Augustus Morphew,* 1 Assist. Surg. 18 Jan. 56; Surgeon, 18 June 61. 

11 Assistant Surgeons. — I Mathcw Lawrence White, 22 Sept. 58. 
6 1 John Middleton, MD. 31 March 64. 
3 2 James Francis Supple, 1 April 67. 
2 0] 2 James Davis Gunning, 1 Oct. 67. 

Facings Blue— Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
[1st Battalion embarked for India, 28 July 1857. Depot at Chatham.] 
[ZndBatt. Returned from China,\l April 1861. Embarked for Bombay,l5Aug. 1866. Depot, Cliathaw.} 
I Sir George Hell served in the Peninsula fr.ira July 1811 to the end of that war in 1814, and was engaged in the 
action or Arroyo de Molino, last siege of Badi.joz. capture of Fort Napoleon and Bridge at A 1 mar ax, retreat from Burjros 
and Madrid, buttles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, Pass or Maya and Roncesvales, actions of 30th and 31st July 1813 against 
D'Erlong's Corps in the mountains near Pamploun, battles of the Nivelle, the Nlve, Bayonne, St. Pier (contusion of the 
head), Orthes, Tarbea, and Toulouse (slightly wounded), with many other affairs and skirmishes. Afterwards served in 
the East Indies, in the Burmese war* and in the West Indies. Was actively employed during the rebellion in Canada in 
1837-38, particularly in the capture of St. Charles and St. Eustache; he commanded the Fort and garrison of Coieau-dn- 
Lac, an important position on the river St. Lawrence, and received the thnnks of the Commander of the Forces and the 
brevet of Major for his exertions in recovering the guns of the fort and shots from the bottom of the river, and mounting 
them in position when it was reported impracticable ; ihe guns were 84 pounders, sixteen of which and 4000 round (hot 
he recovered in the depth of a Canadian winter. He has received the War Medal with seven Clasps for Badajos, Vittoria, 
tbe Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse ; and the Indian Medal for Ava. Served tie Eastern campaign of 
1834-53, and commanded tbe Royal Reft, in the battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol, where he was 
wounded, and subsequently commanded a Brieade (mentioned in despatches, Medal and three Clasps, CB., Knight of tbe 
Letfon of Honor, Turkish Medal, and 4th Class of the Medjidie). 

4 Lt.Colonel Coles served the Eastern campaign of 1854, and up to 5th Peb. 1855, including the battlei of Alms 
and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and three Clasp?, and Turkish Medal). 

5 Lt.Colonel Wells served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of 
8ebastopol( Medal and three01asps,Brevet MaJor,Knightof the Lesion of Honor,5lh Class of the Medjidie»and Turkish Medal). 

6 Major Rowland and Captain Steer served tbe campaign of I860 in China, and were present at the taking of Sinbo and 
Tangku, occupation of Tientsin, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 

7 Major Berry served with the 24th Regt. in the Punjaub Campaign of 1848-49, including the passage of the Chenab, 
and battles of Sadoolapore, Chi llian wallah (slightly wounded), and Goojerat (Medal and Clasps). Served in India during 
the Mutiny of 1857-58,— commanded the station of Murree (Punjaub) when attacked by Hillinen on the night of 1st Sept. 
1857, and during proceedings of the three following days. In Nov. 1857 raised, under orders of Sir John Lawrence st 
Lahore, a Battalion of Selks 12<)0 strong and proceeded down to North Western Provinces with lt in Jan. 1858: was 
attached to Maxwell's Column and present at the taking of Calpee (Medal). 

10 Major Rudd served the Eastern campaign of 1864-05, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege and 
fall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

11 Captain O'Connell served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol from 21st Nov. 1854 (Medal and Clasp, 5th Clsss of the 
Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served the campaign of 1860 in China, including the taking of Slnho and Tangku, occu- 
pation of Tientsin, and surrender of Pekin (Medal and two Clasps). 

12 Captain Muller served in the Eastern campaign of 1864-65, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, from 15th April 
1855 (Medal and Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

13 Captain Stuart served at the siege of Sebastopol from 99nd April until severely wounded on 7th June 1855 (Medal and 
Clasp, 6th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served the campaign of 1860 in China, including the taking of 
Slnho and Tangku, occupation of Tientsin, and surrender of Pekin (Medal and two Clasps). 

14 Captain White served at the siege of 8ebastopol from 21st Nov. 1854 to 10th Aug. 1855, Including the attack of the 
Redan on the 18th June (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served from 16th Nov. 1858 to the 16th March 1850 with 
the Berar field force which took the field for the purpose of preventing the rebel chiefs Tantta Topee and Ferose Shan 
from penetrating into the Dec can. 

15 Captain Manners served in the Eastern campaign of 1864-55, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol front »»a 
Dec. 1854 (Medal and Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served the campaign of I860 in Chins. 
including the taking of Rinho and Tangku, occupation of Tientsin, and surrender of Pekin (Medal and two Clasps). 

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end Crmms and oa the Drama the Queen's Cypher, The Sphinx, with the words " EGYPT "" VIMIERA '* 
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"APFOHANISTAN" "GHUZNEB" "KHELAT" "TAKU FORTS," " PEKIN". 

; Colonel.— John Spink,* KH. Ens. 2 Sept. 06; Lt. 9 March 07 ; Capt. 13 Oct. 12 ; Major, 
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1 Col. 16 Feb. 62. 

2 Henry Reynolds Werge,» Ene. p 31 Dec. 39; X*. 8 April 42 ; Cop*. 19 Aug. 54; Bt. Major, 
2 Nov. 55 ; Jlfajor, 19 Dec. 56 ; Lt.Col. p 14 Mar. 65. 

Majors.— 1 James Rose, 4 J5to. ' 16 Nov. 41 ; £f. 28 Dec. 46; Cop*. p 5 Oct. 49 ; Bt.Maj. 

12 Dec. 54 ; Major, 7 Sept. 55 ; Bt. Lt.Col. 6 Aug. 61. 
2 Richard H ill BockefEns. 7 Jan. 42; Xt.P30May43; Capf.P2Nov.49; Maj. 24 May 61 . 
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2 Francis John Hercy .... r 28 Oct. 53 
2 s. Wm. Wiltshire Lynch" p 17 Sept. 50 
2 j.Geo.PomeroyColley". 28 May 52 
2 Henry PyePhillipps" .. 12 May 54 

2 John Armstrong " 8 Sept. 54 

2 Charles Squirl p 29 July 53 

* George Philips OApr. 55 

1 Edward Hawker Helyar**P 4 Feb. 54 
1 Francis Roche Gubbina 1 * 8 July 56 
1 Henry Waring 1 ' p 5 June 57 

Eustace Lovelace Hercy P5Feb. 58 

1 Thomas Kelly 1 * 22 Feb. 58 

1 Thomas Francis Beamish 25 Aug. 57 
1 William Stevens 19 
% James Campbell Stratford 5 Mar. 58 
1 MontifortH.Trant Lloyd* 6 June 54 
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2 G.Herbert Woodard,A4; 

2 John Charles Grant .... 

2 s. William Charles Hood 

2 Charles Fairbanks Lawson 

2 Robert Bleaaby 

1 William Mackie* 

1 CheslynAbneyBlyth... 

1 George Arthur Scott • . • 

1 Jasper Selwyn Tupper .. 

" Henry Melvin Matthews 
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2 John Campbell 

1 Henry Barter... 

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Wm. Pat. O. Boulderson 
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14 Captain Armstrong lerved with the 40th 
Regt, throughout the operations in Candahar, 
Afghanistan, in 1841-42 (Medal). Also in the 
battle of Maharajpore (Medal). 

15 Captain Helyar served with the 46th 
eat. the Eastern campaign of 1854 and up 

to 12th March 1855, i scludlng the battles of 
Alma, BalaklaTa, and Inkerman (wounded), 
and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with four 
Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

19 Captain Stevens served with the 49th 
Regt. throughout the opeiatlons in China 
(Medal), commencing with the first taking 
of Chusan and terminating with the landing 
before Nankin, including the storm and 
capture of the heights above Canton, attack 
and capture of Amoy, second capture of 
Chusan. attack and capture of the height 
of Chinhae, occupation of Ningpo and 
repulse of the night-attack, attack and 
capture of the entrenched camp on the 
heights of Segoan, capture cf Chapoo, 
Woosung, Sbanghae, and Chinklangfoo. 

20 Captain Lloyd served with the 89th Kegt. 
in the Crimean Campaign from the 20th Aug. 
1856. including the siege and fall of Sebastopol 
and attack of the 8th Sept. (Medal with Clasp 
and Turkish Medal). 

22 Captain Holt served with the 4th Regt. 
in the Abyssinian Campaign in 1868 (Medal). 

23 Lieut*. Haldane and Crawford served 
throughout the campaign of I860 in North 
China, Including the actions of Sinho,taking 
of Tangku, actions of the 18th and 21st 
September, and surrender of Pekin (Medal 
with two Clasps). 

26 Captain Balrd landed In the Crimea 
with the 71st Highlanders, and served from 
the 7th Feb. 1855 at the siege and fall of 
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1 John Ferguson 

2 Win. Wade Brownjohn 
2 William Gun CoUis. . . . 
2 Geo.DouglasKingHarman 

1 Andrew Clias. Armstrong 

2 Albert Evers 

2 Charles Augustus Mott . . 
1 Rich. Salisbury Simpson 
1 William Montgomery. . . 

1 Wm. Hutchinson Marsh. 

2 George Ernest Faulkner 
2 Arthur Herbert Nurse .. 
2 Francis Charles Philips., 

1 Mitford Cust 

1 John Stratford Collins . , 

1 Edward Werge 

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1 Alex. Theodore Morison 



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17 Captain Waring served in the Abyssinian Campaign i 
Command of a Division of the Transport Corps (Medal). 

18 Captain Kelly served the campaign of 1860 to Nort 
China as Orderly Officer to Brigadier Jephson, includln 
the actions of Slnho, taking of Tangku, and Takn Fori 
(Medal wlih Clasp). Served In the Abyssinian Campaig 
with the Transport Corps (Medal). 

24 Captain Blurton served the Eastern campaign < 
1854-65, Including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and h 
kerman, siege and fall of Sebastopoi (Medal and four Claipi 
and Turkish Medal). Also the China campaign of m 
(Medal with Clasp for Pekln). 

26 Lieut*. Mackie and Hughes served in the Abyssinia 
Campaign with the Transport Corps (Medal). 

27 Surgeon Shipton.— For War Services see " Medical I> 
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Paymasters.— 1 George Blnrton,** 12 June 60; Q.M. 27 July 55; Han. Capt. 12 June 63 
2 Alexander Baird » 12 May 63 ; Comet, 22 Feb. 56; Lt. 21 Aug. 60; Hoi 
Capt. 12 May 68. 
Adjutants.— 2 Lieut. George Herbert Woodard, 12 May 63. 
1 Lieut. B. A. Beale, 12 May 68. 

Instructors of Musketry 2 Lieut. C. F. Lawson, 20 Aug. 64. 

1 Lieut. J. S.Tupper, 28 Aug. 67. 
Quarter Masters.— 1 William Mackle* 10 April 57. 

2 John Walsh, 6 Oct. 67. 
Surgeons.— I Stephen Henry Dickeraon, A.S. 23 Dec. 64; Surgeon, 9 Nov. 67. 
2 John Noble Shipton," A.S. 23 March 55 ; Surgeon, 4 March 68. 
Assistant Surgeons.— 1 William Winslew Tomiinaon, 30 Sept. 64. 

1 Edward Hopkins, 22 Apr. 68. 

2 Robert Tate, MD. 20 April 59. 
Facings Blue.— AgentSi Messrs. Cox & Co. 

[1st Battalion returnedfrom China, May 1861. Embarked for Bombay, July 1806. Depot, Chatham, 
[2nd Battalion returned from Bermuda, 15 Nov. 1 866.] 

1 General Spink served with the Light Company of the 12th Kegt. In several actions In the Travancore war, Eai 
Indies. Severely wounded through the leg when leading a night attack against the enemy's position at St. Mar 
in the inland of Bourbon. Present also at the capture of the Isle of France, where his company armed with rifles forme 
the advance immediately on the disembarkation of the troops, and with which he was constantly engaged with th 
enemy during the three days' march on Port Louts. 

2 Colonel Addison served the campaign in Afghanistan and Beloochlstan In 1939, Including the storm and capture < 
Ghuznee (Medal) and of Khelat. Served as Major of brigade throughout the campaign In the Southern Mahratta connti 
In 1844 (Including the storm of Punella,— wounded, and named in despatches as one of the first on the breach), and thi 
in the Concan In 1845. Served In the last Kaffir war of 1851, and was severely wounded on 14 Oct. 1851, on Waterkla 
Heights (Medal and Brevet of Major). Received the Brevet of Lt.Colonel on 24 July 1857 for special services under SI 
Geo. Grey, Gov. of the C. of G. Hope. Commanded the 1st Battalion 2nd Queen's Royals throughout the campaign « 
1860 in North China (Medal with two Clasps, and CB.). 

3 Lt.Colonel Werge served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fa 
of Sebastopoi, sortie of 26th Oct., and as Brigade Major 1st Brigade, 2nd Division, at the assault of the Redan on 8th Sep 
(Medal and three Clasps, Brevet of Major. Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidle, and TutHsh Medil 

4 Lt.Colonel Rose served with the 30th Regt. the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, Including the bailies of Alms an 
Inkerman (severely wounded), siege of Sebastopoi, and sortie of 26th Oct. (Medal and Clasps, Brevet Major, 5th Clai 
of the Medjidle, and Turkish Mednl). 

5 Major Rocke served In the China war of 18C0, and was engaged In the actions of the 12th and 14th August (Medi 
with Clasp for Pekln). 

6 Major Weir served In the Kaffir war of 1851-63 (Medal) ; and with the expedition north of the Orange River in 1852-5, 
Also the China war of 1860, Including the actions of the 8rd, 12th, and 14th August, 18th and 21st Sept., and advance o 
Pekln (Medal with Clasps for the Taku Forts and Pekln). 

7 Major Thompson served throughout the campaign of 1850 in China Including the actions of the 3rd, 18th, and HI 
August, 18th and 21st Sept. (Medal with two Clasps). 

8 Major Connor served In the Kaffir war of 1851 58 (Medal). Also the campaign of 1860 in China, Including the actio 
of Sinho, taking of Tangku, and actions of Chanklawan and Palichow (Medal and Claips). 

10 Captain Brady served with the 1st Royals at the siege anil fall of Sebastopoi from 1st June 1855 (Medal and Clas] 
and Turkish Medal). 

11 Major Lynch served in Persia with the Sciude Horse. In 1857 (Medal). Joined Havelock's force on Its first takifl 
the field in India, and was present In every action fought by that column (horse killed at Cawnpore). Appointed to tU 
command of a troop of Volunteer Cavalry after the recapture of Cawnpore, and subsequently served as second in con 
mand of the Volunteer Cavalry with the Oude field force, and was present in all the actions fought by that force ant 
the relief of Lucknow on 25th Sept. 1857, and defence of the Residency until Its final relief on the 24th Nov. followin 
by Lord Clyde (severely wounded, mentioned In Dispatches, Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, and grant of a year 
service for Lucknow;. .. 

12 Major Colley served throughout the China war of I860, including the taking of the Taku Forts, actions of the lit 
and 14th August, 18th and 21st Sept., and advance on Pekln (Medal with Clasps). „. , 

13 Captain Phllllpps served as Adjutant to the 1st Batt. 2nd Queen's, throughout the campaign of 1860 In North Lam 
(Medal with two Clasps for Taku Forts and Pekln). 

16 Captain Gubblns served In the China war or i860, and was engaged in the actions of the 3rd, 12t!», and Nth Augw 
18th and 21st Sept., and advance on Pekln (Medal with two Clasps). , . 

21 Captain Lewis served with the 60th Rifles in. the Indian Mutiny Campaign in 1858 (Medal). Volunteered in Canada 
1862 to go after a party of the 4th Batt. 60th Rifles that had deserted with their rifles and ammunition for the P ui y 0S *J 
joining the American Army ; these men he captured after they had fired several times on his party, for this service he w« 
mentioned in General Orders by Sir F. Williams, commanding in Canada, and recommended for promotion. . . 

29 Qr.- Master MacWe served iu the Kaffir war of 1661-M (Medal). Also In the China war of I860, and was engaged J 
the actions of the 12th and Uth August, 16th and *lst Sept., and advance on Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 



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Colonel.— Day Hort Macdowall, 1 J5>w. 15 Apr. 13; Id. PJO Mar. 14 ; Capt. 11 Sent 17 • 

Major, p 18 July 20 ; Bt.LUCoL 23 Nov. 41 ; Col. 20 June54 ; Major Gen. 26 Oct/ 58 ' 

IA.Gen. 4 March 60 ; Col. 3rd Buffs, Sept. 04. V ' 

Lieut.ColoneU.—l Thomas George Gardiner, ^W4. p 15 May 47: Z*. 12 Auk. 49- Cant P5 

Not. £2; Af<yor, P21 Sept. 60 ; Lt.Col. p J) Dei. 64. ' ^ 

2 Charles Knight Pearson,' JE/i*. P23 Nov. 52; Lt. 15 Juno 55: Capt. P15 Feb. 50: 

Major, P2 May 65 ; Lt. Col. P 14 Aug. 67. ' 

A/tfor*.-2 John Otway Wemyss,* .En*. P8 Dec. 46 ; Z*. p8 Juue 52: CW. 31 Oct. 55 : 

Major, P19 July 64. r * 

2 Talbot Ashley Cox,* Em. p 29 July 53 j Lieut. 15 May 65 ; Capt. 17 Sept. 58 ; Major, 

p 14 Aug. 67. i- > «v > 

1 Francis Morley,* -B/w. 13 May 65; Lieut. 1 Sept. 65 ; Capt. p 10 June 62: Aftf;^, 

p 7 Dec. 67. 
1 Charles Sutherland Dowson, 4 Ens. 8 Juno 42; 2,/. 27 March 46: Can*. 23 Oct 57- 

Major 1 April 66. ' 



Captains. 
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• C«f«w{, 15 *eb. 69. 5 

2 *. Clifford Parsons.... 

1 Francis Eteson • .... 

2 Henry Parnell 

2 Leyson Edwin Lewis.. 
I Walter Aug. Daubeny" 

1 William Ker 

1 Albert Peachey 14 .... 
I JamesH.LeCocq 1 *.*.. 

1 John Blaksley 

2 Bobt. Burdett Morony 
2 Felix Thomas Jones 1 *.. 
2 Thoophilus Jones .... 

1 Shapland Graves .... 

2 Fred. Taylor Hobson 1 * 

1 HenryThomasHalahan 19 

2 Charles Jas. Hamilton 

1 WalterCarrMackinnon 1 

2 William Henry Irvine 

1 James Edward Forster 

2 J.J. Board man Hay dock 
1 William Fred. Kerr 



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2 John Cotter, Aaj 

2 j.ArchibaldWm. Peyton 
1 John FrancisWhit worth 
1 B. Girdlestone Graham 
1 Henry DrinkrowHarrison 

1 Thomas Wm.Carpenter" 

2 Edw. Charlton Dickson 

1 Arthur W. Hill Gelston 

2 Herbert Stoddart Neild 
2 Edward Openshaw 
2 George Agar Alexander 
1 Fra. William Kane,Atf/. 

1 Charles Edward Reeves 

2 George William Pochin 
1 Thomas Parnell Green 
1 Robert Norman Franks 

1 Wm.BobertAylmerHaly 

2 Cha. Rich. B. Cresswell 

1 George Robert Taylor 

2 Edward John Lynch . , 
2 Wald.Edw.Hoper Kelly 
2 George Ernest Harley 

1 Ashby Pochin 

1 Arthur Alfred Barnard 
1 Lyndon Bolton Irwin 
1 George Sydney Carr . 
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25 Sept. 46 

p 16 Feb. 49 
P 6 Aug. 47 

23 May 56 
25 May 55 

16 Nov. 66 
29 Nov. 55 
14 Dec. 66 

7 Dec. 65 
7 May 58 
p 30 Jan. 67 
p 11 Sept. 57 
p 16 Oct. 67 
28 Feb. 56 
p 30 Oct. 57 

24 Nov. 67 

17 Mar. 58 
P24 Aug. 62 

6 Mar. 58 

18 Mar. 68 
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5 Mar. 58 1 1 LieuLGenerai Macdowall served the earn. 
23 Mar. 68 palgn of 1814 in Holland with the 62nd, in. 

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Albt. deClaneyRennick 

1 John M.Douglas Lewes 

1 Richard Compton Maul 

1 Alexander limes.. 

2 William Mover*.. 

1 Leopold Jas.Heory Grey 

2 Arthur TreTor Leslie 

1 Robert Albert Hickson 

2 William Henry Wyld 
2 ErnestE.Martin-Atklns 

1 Wm. Thompson RIcard 

2 Arthur Charles Jackson 
1 ThomasRdwaidSpencer 
lMalcolmAlexanderGray 

1 Henry FiteGer. Stevens 

2 Wra. Con quest Ho warth 

1 Michael Ramsay Spence 

2 BdwardsWerge Howey 



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6 July 64 
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P29 May 66 
p 20 June 66 
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P26 June 67 
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5 Major WemyM landed in the Crimea on 7th Feb. 1853, 
and served with the 71st Lt. Inf. in the trenches at the siege 
and fall of Sebastopo), and on the expedition to Kertch; also 
•erred at the destruction of and attHIrs at Tainan la Sept. 
1865 (Medal and Clasp, Sardinian and Turkish Medals). 

6 Major Dowson served with the 29th Regt throughout the 
Punjaub Campaign of 1848-9, including the affair of Eamnng- 
gur, passage of the Chenab, and battles of Chillianwallsh ud 
Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). 

7 Colonel Walker served the Eastern campaign of 1854-S5 
as Adjutant of the 90th Regiment, including the bailie* of the 
Alma (wounded) and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, snd sortie 
on 86th October. On the night of the Slst April he volunteered 
and led a party which took and destroyed a Russian Bifle pit, 
for which he was mentioned in the Dispatches, snd promoted 
into the Buffs. On the night of 9th June he was dsnferouilr 
wounded in the trenches— right arm amputated (Medal snd 
Clasps, Victoria Cross, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish 
Medal, and Brevet of Major). Served throughout the cam. 
paign of 1860 in China as Brigade Major of the 4th Brigade 
(Medal with two Clasps for the Taku Forts and Pekin, end 
Brevet of Lt.Colonel). 



14 Paymaster*.— I John James Bailey, 17 6 Not. 68 ; En*. 3 Aug. 66 ; Lt. 10 June 67 ; Bon. 

12 2 James Wray, 7 Nov. 67 ; Hon. Copt. 7 Nov. 62. [Cap*. 6 Nov. 68. 
14 Adjutant*.— % Lieut. John Cotter, 1 Feb. 66. 

8 1 Lieut. Francis Wm. Kane, 3 Jan. 65. 

10 Instructors of Musketry. -~\ Lieut. J. F. Whitworth, 2 May 66. 

5 2 Lieut. G. B. Harley, 15 May 67. 

13 Quarter Masters—* George Pittendrigh, 11 1 Oct. 66. 

6 1 Alfred Berry, 20 May 64. 
Surgeons.— 2 Alfred Crocker, 1 ? ^.£.26 Jan. 44 j 8urg.2& Mar. 64 ; Surg. Major, 26 Jan. 64. 

16 1 Thomas Teevan, 17 A.S. 30 June 64 ; Surgeon, 16 Oct. 66. 

10 Assistant Surgeons. — I James Ferguson, 10 Jan. 60. 
6 1 James Atkinson, 31 March 64. 

11 2 Walter Crisp, 6 Aug. 68. 

Facings Buffi,— Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. tV 

[lit Batt. embarked for Calcutta, 24 July 1866. Depot, Chatham.'] 
[2nd Batt. returned from Barbados, 26 June 1866.] 
2 Lt.Colonel Pearson served as Adjutant of the 81st Regt. in the Crimea from Srd Sept 1865, including the siege snd 
fall of Sebastopol and attack on the 8th Sept. (Medal and Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

4 Major T. A. Cox served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1866, and was wounded at the assault of the Redan on tbs 
8th Sept. (Medal and Clasp, 5th Claw of the Medjidle,and Turkish Medal). 

6 Major Morley served in the campaign of 1880 in China, and was present at the action of Slnho, and taking of 
Tangku and the inner Taku Fort (Medal and Clasp). 

9 Captain fiteson served with the 18th Royal Irish throughout the second Burmese war (Medal), including the capture of 
Martabaa, Rangoon, Protne, and the Donabew stockades. 

18 Captains Daubeny, Le Cocq, F.T. Jones, Hobaon and Halahan, and Lieut. Baillle served the campaign of I860 in 
China (Medal with Clasp for the Taku Forte). 

14 Capt Poacher served the Bastern campaign of 1854-65 on the Army Medical Staff (Medal with Clasp, * Turkish Medal \ 

15 Captain Mackinnon served with the 87th Fusiliers in Bengal throughout the Indian Mutiny (Medal). 

16 Lieut. Carpenter served in B.M.S. " Creasy" In the Baltic In 1854 and 1855 (Medal). 

17 Captain Bailey served with the 18th Lt. Infantry throughout the campaigns in Afghanistan of 1888-43, snd wsj 
present at the storm and capture of Ohusnee (Medal); assault and capture of the town and fort of Totumdurrsh, stona 
of Jhoolghur, night attack of Baboo Koosh Our, destruction of Khandurrah, storming of the Khoord Cabool Pass, affair of 
Teseen, forcing the Jugdulluck Pass, reduction of the fort of Mamoo Khail, heroic defence of Jellatabad, and sortie* or 
14th Nov. and 1st Dec. 41, 1 lth March and 1st April, general action and defeat of Akbar Khan on the 7tb April 184* 
(Medal); storming of the heights of JugduRuck, action of Teseen, and recapture of Oabool (Medal). 

17 Surgeon Major Crocker and Surgeon Teevan.— For War Services see " Medical Department.'' 

18 Quartermaster Pittendrigh served with the 83rd Regt. throughout the Eastern Campaign of 1864.65, Including the 
battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 



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Colonel.— 9&ir John Bell, 1 QCB.J&u.l Aug.05;ZMOct.07; Can*. 12 Mar. 12; Maj. 21 

Jane 13; Xf.CoJ.12 Apr. 14; Co/. 6 May 31; Maj.Oen. 28 Not. 41; Lt.Gen. 11 Nov. 

61; Gen. 15 June 60; Co/. 4th F. 26 Dec. 68. 
Lt.Coloneli.—l William Wilby,' CB. -Em. P27 May 36; £*. p 7 Oct. 37 ; Can/, p 10 Dec. 

47 ; Maj. 7 Aug. 65 ; JA.Col. 15 Peb. 59; Col. 15 Feb. 64. 
2 Francis Fisher Hamilton, 3 J?**. P18 Jan. 60; Lt. p 29 Apr. 53; Capt. P2 Mar. 55; 

Maj. PI Dec. 62 ; Lt.Col. p 27 Feb. 69. 
Majors.— 1 c.Wm.Gordon Cameron, 4 CB. Ens.24 May 44; J07u.fr Z/.p 12 May 47; Lt^Capt. 

P15 July 53; Bt.MajorfU April 55; Jfoj.23 Oct.57; Bt.Lt.Col.% Feb.63; Co/. 15 Aug. 68. 
2 James Paton,* JBrw. p 16 Feb. 50 ; X*. 6 June 54 ; Capt. 6 May 56 ; Maj. p 80 June 65. 

1 Edward William Bray, 6 Ent. 21 June 89 ; Lt. 21 Jan. 41 ; Capt. p 14 June 60 ; Bt.Maj. 
30 May 62 ; Major, 2 May 66; Bt.Lt. Col. 15 Aug. 68. 

2 CuthbertBccles, 7 Jgn#.P9July62; X.MlAug.54; Capt. IS Jan. 56; Maj. P 27 Feb. 69. 



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2 Augustus Joseph Syke* 8 
2 Henry John Bower" 

1 John Ralph Carr 1 * 

2 Charles Patrick Stokes 14 

1 JohnHowley" 

2 Alfred J. Douglas Smith 

1 John M'Dowell Billot 1 *.. 

2 John Clarence Boyce 19 • . 
2 Charles Thomas Wilson 

1 Aug. Nicholas Wilson 10 .. 

1 George H. Kittoe" 

2 Aug. Charles Twentyman 
2 St. John Willans" 

1 Charles Edward Billing* 

2 Walter Francis Blake 

1 William Adams Nash. 

2 Oswald Robert Middleton 
1 Edward Harrison 90 

1 Francis Forbes Atkinson" 

2 William Paul Bridson .. 

1 Charles Robin Hammond 

Lieutenants. 

2 JamesHenry M <Ewen,4 dj, 
2 William Thomas Freeman 
1 Walter Stewart Brown . 

1 George William Hughes 

2 Francis Robert Sandys . 
2 Jno. Wm. Goddard Telfer 

1 HerbertCha.BorretM dj. 90 

2 Richard Annesley Knox 
2 Herbert John M.Williams 
2 Chaa. Greenlaw Leggett. 
1 Edgar Montagu Kemp . 
1 Charles Fred-Hooper*. 



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p 22 April 63 

14 July 54 
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2 Feb. 56 

19 June 57 

28 Nov. 56 

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P21 May 58 

16 Mar. 68 

28 May 58 
26 Mar. 58 

17 Sept. 58 

29 Oct. 68 
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p 14 Aug. 60 

p 12 June 60 

p 21 Sept. 60 

] Beaufort Henry Vidal" . .1 p 23 May 68 

1 Edw.R. De Barry Barnettj p 11 June 61 

2 Henry Buckton Laurencei p 18 June 61 
2 John Rimington Sharp . . p 16 Aug. 61 

1 Robert Simpson 91 |p15Nov. 61 

1 Chas. Albert Torriano ..>p 25 Feb. 62 

1 Christopher M. Davidson 90 p 26 Feb. 62 

2 Edward William Stokes . p 8 Aug. 62 
2 Philip Charles Yorke ... p 2 Dec. "" 
1 Edward John Lugard".. 16 Jan. 63 

1 John Macleod 9 * p 6 Feb. 63 

2Tho.Bd.StopfordHickman P 22 Dec. 63 

1 John Beaufln Irving 9 * .. p 8 Jan. 64 

2 Henry Moore 15 Jan. 64 

ensigns. 
1 John T^omasCarr others 90 p 2 Feb. 64 
1 Ed.Rb.PrevostWoodgate 10 7 Apr. 65 

1 AlezanderWilliam Dury 91 p 30 June 65 

2 Edw. Herbert Fltzherbert Pll July 65 
1 Frederic Cooper Turner 90 p 8 Aug. 65 

1 William Ormond Adams P 6 Jan. 66 

2 Charles Edward Wright. 22 May 66 



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8 Dec. 54 

24 Sept. 54 

29 Dec. 64 

8 Dec. 54 

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6 May 65 

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1 Oct. 58 

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26 Jan. 56 
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1 Sir John Bell served in Sicily in 1800 
and 1\ in the Peninsula and France 
from July 1808 to Feb. 1800, and again 
from Maj 1800 to July 1814, including 
the battle of Vimiera, action at the bridge 
of Almeida, battle of Busaco, all the 
actions during the retreat of the French 
from Portugal, siege and •terming of Ciu- 
dad Bodrlgo, siege and storming of Bada- 
Jox, action at the heights of Castrillos, 
battle of Salamanca, ad Ion of Sabtfana 
de Morilloe, battles of VittorU, the Pyre- 
nees, Nivelle, Orthes, and Toulouse. 
Senred afterwards wlththe army employed 
against Louisiana, from Dec. 1814 to June 
1815. He baa receired the Gold Cross 
for the battles of the Pyrenees, Nlvelle, 
Orthes, and Toulouse; and the BUrtr War 
Medal with fix Clasps for the other battles 
and sieges. 

S Colonel Wilby serred in the Crimean 
Campaign from Bind Aug. 1866, including 
the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal 
with Clasp and Turkish Medal). Served 
throughout the Abyssinian Campaign aa a 
Brigadier General, and was present at the 
action of Arogee and led his brigade to the 
assault of Magdala (mentioned m dispatches, 
CB.,andMjdal), 



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ENSIGNS. I ENSIGN. | 19 Captain WiUans served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol 

S TTAnrv "Rnvd Sutherland 'P ' h June 66 1 in 18&*- 56 (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served 
> ?/« y 2? y ottUieriana.. v o June 00 witfa thc ex editionin North tf lina inl860 (Medal with Clasp). 
2 Malby Edward Crofton . P ] 6 June 66| & Major Cnsaidy served in Oude and on the Neuaul frontier 
ITho.BulkeleyKnightWebb p 8 May 67 in 1858-59 (Medal). 
2 Rich. Hawes MacCarthy 23 Jan. 691 

1 Richard Hall Green * .. . 24 Jan. 69 

2 Fred. M. G. Hutcninsou 25 Jan. 60 

1 Francis Sladen Harrison p 6 Mar.69i 

2 Arth. Lister Cham bcrlin P 24 Mar. 6!) 
Wm. Hunter Buller Little ,P27 Not. 67| 
Paymasters.— 1 Francis EilwinMaunselV 13 Sept. 53 ; Ens.v\'2 June 46; Xf.20 Dec. 40; 

Hon. Major, 13 Sept. 63. 
2 Lofcus Cassidy, 5 * 30 June 54; Ens. p 9 Nor. 38 ; Lt. 11 June 41; Capt. 6 June 54 j 

Hon. Major, 30 June 64. 
Adjutants.— 2 Lieut. J. H. M'Ewen, 20 July 66. 
1 Lieut. II . C. Borrett * 2 Jan. 69. 
Instructors of Musketry.— 2 Lieut. J. W. G. Telfer, 20 July C6. 

1 Lieut. Christopher Mulderaass Davidson, 2 Jan. 69. 
Quarter Masters.— 2 Cornelius Godfrey, 87 9 Feb. 56. 

1 Patrick Hlggine, 1 July 55. 
Surgeons. — 2 Benjamin Lane,* 8 Assist. Surg. 23 July 52 ; Surgeon, 11 Sept. CO. 

1 Charles Dodgson Madden,' 3 A .5. 14 Dec. 54 ; Surgeon, 5 Oct. 67 ; Surgeon 
Assistant Surgeons. — 1 Joseph Vavasour Lane, 13 Oct. 58. [Major 15 Aug. 68. 

2 William Creyk, MB. 14 April 63. 
Facings Blue. — Agents , Messrs . Cox & Co . 
\\st Batt. retumedfrom Abyssinia, June 1868.] 
[2nd Batt. returned front Nova Scotia 5 July 1868.] 

S Lt.Colonel Hamilton served throughout thc Eastern campaign in 1854-55, including thc battles of Alma (wounded) and 
Inkerman, and thc whole of the siege operations before Scbastopol until its fall (Medal with three Clasps, Sardinian and 
Turkish Medals, and 6th Class of the Mcdiidic). 

4 Colonel Cameron served in the Grenadier Guards during the Eastern Campaign of 1854, including the battle of Alma 
and siege of Scbastopol as Assistant Engineer, right attack. Was severely wounded on the 20th October, while in command 
of the volunteer sharpshooters of the 1st Division (Medal with two Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the 
Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Commanded the 3rd Regiment German Legion, with commission of Lt.Colonel, from May 
1855 to November 1856, out of which time seven months in Turkey. Commanded the 1st Batt. 4th King's Own Regt. 
throughout the Abyssinian Campaign and was present at the action of Arogee and Capture of Magdala (mentioned in Lord 
Napier's dispatches as having "won his admiration by the manner in which he has commanded bis excellent Regiment, and 
the soldierlike spirit which by his teaching and example he has so well fostered and maintained." Brevet of Colonel, CB. and 
Medal). 

5 Major Paton served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of Inkerman, siege and fall of 
Scbastopol : wounded (Medal with two Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Indian 
campaign in 1857-58, and succeeded to the command of thc troops at the attack on the fort of Bey t 2nd April, 1858, on the 
senior officer being dangerously wounded (Medal). 

6 Lt.Colonel Bray served with thc 31st Regt. throughout the campaign of 1842 in Afghanistan under Maj.Gen. Pollock, and 
was present in the actions of Mazcena, Tezeen, and Jugdnlluck, the occupation of Cabool, and the different engagements 
leading to it (Medal). He commanded detachments of the loth Hussars and 83rd Foot in the suppression of the Election 
riots at Nottingham in July, 1865, and was highly commended by H.R.H. the Commander in Chief " for his admirable and 
praiseworthy conduct, and the firmness and ability he displayed on that occasion." Served with the 4th King's Own 
throughout the Abyssinian Campaign, and was present at the action of Arogee and capture of Magdala, and commanded th« 
Rear Guard of the Army continuously on the return to the coast (mentioned in dispatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, and Medal 1 . 

7 Major Eccles served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma (carried the Colors) and 
Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and assaults of the 18th June and 8th Sept. (Medal with three Clasps, 5th Class of th< 
Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

8 Captain Sykes served throughout the Eastern Campaign of 1854-55, including the battles in the Crimea, siege and fall 01 
Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, and Sardinian and Turkish Medals). 

10 Major Maunsell served throughout thc Eastern Campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, *iip 
and mil of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasns, and Turkish Medal). Served throughout the Abyssinian Campaign and was 
present at the action of Arogee and capture ot Magdala (mentioned in dispatches, Medal). 

11 Captain Bower served in the Eastern Campaign from Nov. 1854, including the battle of Inkerman, siege and fall 
Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

12 Captain Carr served with the 33rd Regt. the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Inkrr 
man, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and assaults of the 18th June and 8th Sept. (Medal with three Clasps, 5th Class of tin 
Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

IS Captain Stokes served with the 4th Regt. in the Crimea from 0th Dec. 1854, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol 
and repulse of the attack on the Cemetery on the night of the 21st June 1855— name brought to the notice of the Commando 
in Chief for " distinguished conduct " in the trenches (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Indian Mntin; 
campaign of 1867-59 ; was sent into the Mahee Kanta in the monsoon of 1858 in command of a light field force consisting a 
170 of the Guzarat Irregular Horse, the 4th Foot, and 2nd Native Infantry as a support to Captain Heycock's force dunn 
operations in the field, engaged at the attack and capture of Mondctti ; commanded a detachment of 4th Foot with Brigade 
liacan's field force early in 1869 (Medal). 

14 Captain Howley served at the siege and fall of Sabastopol from 8th Nov. 1854 (Medal with Clasp, Sardinian andTurkis 
Medals). 

15 Captains Elliot and Boyce served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

16 Major A. N. Wilson served in the Abyssinian Campaign and was present at the action of Arogee and Capture of Magdal 
(Brevet of Malor, and Medal). 

18 Captain Kittoe served throughout the Abyssinian Campaign of 1867-68, and commanded Escorts to Artillery at tb 
action of Arogee, also present at the Capture of Magdala (mentioned in dispatches, Medal). 

20 Captains Billing and Harrison, Lieuts. Hughes, Borrett, Hooper, Yidal, Davidson, and Macleod, Ensigns Camither 
Woodgate, and Turner served throughout the Abyssinian Campaign, and were present at the action of Arogee and Capture 1 
Magdila (Medal). 

21 Captain Atkinson, Lieut. Simpson, and Ensign Dury served in the Abyssinian Campaign in 1868 (Medal). 

24 Lieut Lugard served in the Abyssinian Campaign with the Transport Corps (Medal). 

25 Lieut. Irving served throughout the AbyBsiman Campaign in 1868 and was present at the action of Arogee ai 
Capture of Magdala (Medal). 

27 Quarter Master Godfrey served with the Royal Engineers in the expedition to the Baltic in 1854, and was present at t! 
siege and capture of Bomarsund (Medal). Served with the R. Engineers in the trenches before Sebastopol from 18th Dec. 18! 
to the close of the siege, and was present at the taking of the Rifle Pit on 21st April, and the sortie on the right sap rig 
attack on 80th August (Medal and Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

28 Surgeon Lane and Surgeon Major Madden.— For War Services see " Medical Department." 



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! 57 | Colonel.— Edward Rowley Hill, 1 Ens. 23 Feb. 13; i*. 24 Feb. 14; Capt. p 26 Sept. 
Fan Hsui 26 ; Bt.Mojor 23 Nov. 41 ; Jlfq/ar p 6 May 42 ; Lt.CoL 1 Jan. 47 : Co/. 28 Nov. 54 : 

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Lt.^Capt. PC Sept. 44; Bt. Major, 12 Dec. 54; Major, 17 July 55; Bt. Lt. Col. 

26 Dec. 56; Lt. Col. 26 Dec. 57 ; Col. 25 Oct. 62. 
I William Roberts,* Ens. p 1 Nov. 39 ; Lt. 10 July 43 ; Capt. p 17 Aug. 52 ; Bt.Maj. 2 Nov. 

55 ; Major, 17 Sept. 58; Bt. Lt.CoL 27 Dec. 64 ; Lt.CoL P2 June 65. 
Majors.— 2 John Cowell Bartley, 4 Ens. P26 April 39 ; Lt. p 20 Oct. 40 ; Capt. 22 Aug. 50; 

Bt. Major, 12 Dec. 54 ; Major, 21 Dec. 55 ; Bt.Lt.Col. 20 Sept. 61. 
j 2 George Garden,* Ens. 11 Aug. 54 ; Lieut. 6 Nov. 54 ; Capt. 9 Nov. 55 ; Maj. p 14 June 64. 
1 Thomas Scovell Bigge, 6 .Efu.P 7 June 54 ; Z*.21 Sept. 54 ; Capt.% June 56 ; Maj. »>18 Oct.64. 
1 1 Thomas Rowland, 7 Ens. 22 Dec. 48; Lt. p29 Apr. 53; Capt. 2 March 56; Major p 15 

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2 Norman Macdonald' .... 
2 John Granville Harknes* 9 
2 Frederic Pocklington 10 



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2 Geo. Hen. J. M. Chapman' p 21 Nov. 51 

2 Horatio Walpole 11 ....... I 1 Sept. 54 

1 Philip FitzRoy 1 * p 6 Oct. 64 

1 Edwin John Oldfield 1 * .. p 31 An?. 55 



1 Ernest LeFelley 14 .... 
1 s. John Creagh 1 * 

1 John Rice Newbolt • . 

2 Henry Hartley Taylor 
2 George Eyre Massy 1 *. , 

1 Edward Hoart 19 

2 Henry Batho 

1 CharlesLewesDashwood* 

2 J no. Cottingham Wadling 
1 William Douglas Leggc. . 
1 A.R.Wm.ThiBtlethwayte 
1 William M'Donald .. 

1 Clifford Wilson 

2 James George Scott 1 * 
1 s. Andrew Gam no ell 81 



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2 John James Robinson . 
1 Adolphns Nicols 

1 John Johnson Bradshaw 

2 Pra. H. Denny Brome • 
2 Fred. Arthur Forsyth . 

1 Herberts. Williams .. . 

2 William Ford Longbourne 

1 William Church Ormond 

2 William Bevington Knox 

I Thomas Tarleton 

1 David Gregory Beamish . . 
1 Charles de Jersey Graeme 



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15 May 55 P17 Feb. 57 p 14 June 64 
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8 July 56 31 Oct. 57 |p 18 Oct. 64 

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> J Une 08 1 1 Aug. 02 I (Medal and Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt.CoU 

) July 58 P 2 Sept. 62 ' ?* r ???i* 1 t *°* Turkish Medal*, and 6th Claaa of tho 

(. ra'n n xt s»-> Medjidie). He was commissioned iu the autumn of 

Aug. 58 P 7 NOV. 62 1957 to raise the 2nd Battalion 6th Fusiliers, and 



20 June 54 14 Aug. 59 

12 July 64 15 Aug. 68 

1 Major General Hill served in the Penin- 
sula from Sept. 1812 to the end of that war 
in 1814, including the affair of San MunoS 
and retreat from Burgos, as a volunteer: 
battle of Vittoria passage of the Bidassoa, 
battles of Nivelle and loulose : he has the 
War Medal with four Clasps. 
1 * * o » 1 * ~ „»« a Colonel Kirkland served the Eastern campaign 

1 Apr. 58 P 1 Apr. 62 of 1 854, and op to 4th Au B .lS55,asD.A.Adj.Gen. 
23 Anr 58 P 22 Anr 6£ ** fte * d quarters, including the battles of Alma, 
f ? f i ,r " Xo ! f ? P «„ B^lakUvaTand Inkerman. and siege of Scbastopol 
lO June 58 1 J^g- 62 J (Medal and Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt.CoU 
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P 18 Jan. 59 P 23 June 63 I h*™? » n k»» *»*» eight weeks procured 1068 *p- 
qa A „„ K n d 11 a«~* *o proved recruits, was Gasctted on the 8th Jan. 1858 
23 Aug. 59 P 1 1 Sept. 63 its LuColonel. This Battalion embarked for the 
3 July 60 P 3 J May 64 ! Mauritius in August 1868. 

S Wm. A. EanUe, wa««tj'S9 *J. 61 ,p 9 A.,* 64 Ijgg^ ££% "Ett V" ™" 

| 1 John Love Vincent .... P 2 July 6 1 P 24 Jan. 65 the relief of Arrah (wounded) and defeat of 

I Edward Drew '■ p 22 Apr. 62 p 9 May 65 ! lne Dinapore Mutineers at Jugdcspore (meo- 

.-. ™ . ^v i m •. i« «. . . ^ — ^9 Sent 6 r > tloned * n despatihes). With Have lock's 

* force in the actionsof Mungarwar and Alum- 

bagh, and defence of the latter until arrival 
of Lord Clyde ; actions of La Mnrtiniero and 
relief of Lucknow ; with Outram's force at 
the Alumbagh, in repulse of numerous attacks 
and operations ending in the capture of 
Lucknow; subsequent! y In the final campaign 
in Oude, including capture of the forts of 
Shunkerpore, Ametee, and Oomrea, and ac- 
tions of Dounderkelra and Buxcrghat (Medal 
with two Clasps, and grant of a year's ser- 
vice). 



1 Wm.SandersDarley,i4#.|P 8 July 62 P29 Sept 



John Marker ' p 10 June 62 

p 16 Jan. 63 



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2 Fred . Richard Carleton . . 
1 Charles Herbert Broad . . 

1 John B. Kemeys Tynte* 7 

2 Charlee Hackett, Adj... 
2 John Patrick Spring . . 

1 Wilfred FitzAUau Way 

2 Joaiah Wm. Pearse Hobbs 
2 George Wm. Hargreave 
2 Henry Aitken Cherry . 



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Ensigns. 
1 Fred. William Saunders 
1 George Hart Dyke 



EN8IQN. I 8 Lt Colonel Robert! served with the 28th Beet, through. 
P 3 Mar. 65 out the Eastern Campaign of 1864-55, including the battles of 



d t v«- AKiAlma and Inkerman, siege and Kali of Sebastopol, and affair 

, ~~ »» , - m « ,i,i 5 0T Tl» tb * Cemetery on the 18th June (Medal and three Claipi, 

2 Edw.LeMarchantTrafford p 12 Dee. 65 Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 6th Class of 



2 Henry Kilgour 

1 Geo. Daniel Hall Brookes 

2 Charles Geo. Heathcote 

1 Herbert Reay Gall 

2 Reginald Heber Thurlow 
2 James Sinclair Cramsie 

1 Robert Millies Thornton 

2 Middleton W. Biddulph 
2 Richard Williamson.... 

1 Samuel Boxwell 

2 Robert Auld 

1 Fred. Talbot Good ridge.. 
1 Thomas Arthur Campion 
1 Alexander Chancellor 
I Henry Almeric Wood 



the Medjidie, and Turkish MedM). Commanded a detach- 
ment of 500 men of the 28th Regt against the Wagners with 
the Okamundel field force in 1859, including the assault on 
the fort of Bey t on the 6th Oct., and siege and occupation of 
Dwarka; commanded the reconnaissance on Dwarka from 
Lt.Col. Donovan's force, consisting of 2 field pieces and 150 
men, on the 26th Oct 1859. 

25 Qr.Master Francis Drake served with Havelock's co- 
lumn in 1867 in the action of Mungarwar, capture of the 
Alumbagh, relief of the Residency of Lucknow and its 
subsequent defence (wounded) : throughout the operations 
at the Alumbagh under Outram, and at the final capture 
of Lucknow ; also in the Oude campaign of 1858-59, In- 
cluding the action of Buxarghat, capture of Omerah, and 
destruction of other foils (Modal and Clasps, end grant of 
a year's service). 

26 Surgeons Tippetts and Wolseley and Doctor M'Carthy.— 
For War Services see " Medical Department." 



p 13 Feb. 66 < 
22 May 63 ! 
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p 27 Feb. 69 
Paymasters— \ Fred. Blanco Forster, 17 5 Dec.51 ; Ens. 12 Nov.46 ; Xf.130ct.48; HonMnj. 
2 Joshua James Bowness, 21 Aug. 67. [5 Dec. Gl. 

Adjutant*.— 1 Lieut. W. S. Darley, 5 Aug. 67. 

2 Lieut. Charles Hackett, 19 Feb. 68. 
Instructors of Musketry.— I Lieut. W. C. Ormond,9 Oct. 63. 
2 Lieut. J. P. Spring, I Nov! 67. 
Quarter Masters. — 1 Francis Drake, 8 * 17 Nov. 67. 

2 Edward Henry Drake, 25 Oct. 55. 
Surgeons.—} Alfred Malpas Tippetts,* A.S. 7 Apr. 54 ; Surgeon, 18 Oct. 64. 

2 Richard Wolseley,* A.S. 28 July 54; Surgeon, 9 March 67. 
Assist.Surgeons.—l James Joseph M'Carthy,* MD. 16 Nov. 58. 

1 William Frederick Ruttledge, 31 March 65. 

2 Charles Frederick Pollock, MB. 1 Oct. 67. 
Facings BrightGreen. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

[1st Batt. returned from India, 7 July 1861. Embarked for India, 25 Aug. 1866. Depot, ShomcUffe.] 
[2nd Batt. returned from Mauritius, July 1867.] 

4 Lt.Coloael Bartler served with the 4th Regt. the Eastern campaign of 1864-W, including the battles in the Crimea and siege of 8ebsi. 
topol (Medal and three Claapa, Breret Major, 6th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

5 Major Carden served with the 77th Regt. at the siege of Sebastopol from Dec. 1854 (Medal and Clasp, and Turkish 
Medal) Served with the 5th Fusiliers in the Indian Campaign In 1857-58, including the defence of the Alumbagh in Oct. sod 
Nov., relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, defence of the Alumbagh by Outram, capture of Lucknow, and campaign in Oode 
(Medal and Clasp, and grant of a year's service). 

6 Major Bigge served with the 23rd Fusiliers at the siege of Sebastopol from the 18th Nov. 1854, including the amul t 
of the Quarries on 7th June, and assaults of the Redan on the 18th June and 8th Sept., and was wounded in the trenches 
on the night of the 24th August (Medal and Clasp, 6th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served with the 5th 
Fusiliers in the Indian Campaign in 1857-58, including the defence of the Alumbagh in Oct. and Nov., relief of Lucknow by 
Lord Clyde, defence of the Alumbagh by Outram, capture of Lucknow, and campaign In Oude (Medal and Clasp, and grant 
of a year's service). 

7 Major Rowland served with the lit Royals at the siege of Sebastopol from 20 Aug. 1855 (Medal and CImsp, and Turkish 

8 Captain Maedonald served with the 89th Regt. in the Crimea from 81 Dec. 1844, including the siege and fall of Sebsstopol sad 
attacka of the 18th J tine and 8th Sept. (Medal and Clasp, 5th Clasa of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

9 Captain Harkness served with the 56th Regt. throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, Including the battles of 
Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, sortie of 26th Oct. 54, and assault of the Redan on 8th 8ept. (Medal 
and three Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). , 

10 Captain Pocklington served with the 88th Regt. throughout the Eastern campaign of 1864-55, including the battle or 
Alma, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

11 Captain Walpole served throughout the Indian Campaign of 1867-58, including the affair of Marlgunge. attacks 
on the Dilkoosha, Marttnlere, and 8ecunderbagh, relief of Lucknow, defence of the Alumbagh under Outram from 
Nov. to March Including the whole of the operations; also at the capture of Lucknow, and the subsequent campaign 
of 1858-59 in Oude, including the action of Buxarghat, and destruction of Fort Oomrea (Medal and two Clasps). 

12 Captain FitzRoy served during the Sepoy Mutiny in 1857-56 and was present at the relief of Lucknow by LordClya«» 
including the attacks on the Dilkoosha, Martlniere, and Secunderbagh ; with Outranks Division in the Alombaih and I en- 
gaged in the various operations there ; also at the siege and capture of Lucknow; was subsequently present in the Once 
campaign in 1858-59, Including the action of Buxarghat and defeat of the rebels under Bani Madho, capture and destruc- 
tion of the fort of Otnereah (Medal with two Clasps, and a Year's Service). 

14 Major Le Pelley served with the 75th Regt. during the Indian campaign of 1857-58, from the outbreak on '^-h May. 
including the battle of Budleekaserai, siege, storm and capture of Delhi, pursuit of the enemy and actions of Bolundshubur, 
Allyghur, Acrabad, Agra, KanoJ, advance into Oude and affairs of Maragunge and Alumbagh, occupations after the relnj 
of Lucknow of the fortified outposts and camp with Outranks force, and repulse of the enemy's attacks (Medal snd 
Clasps, and Brevet of Major). 

15 Captain Creagh served throughout the Indian mutiny campaigns of 1857-59 and was present with HaTetoc * B ^ TO 
at the assault and relief of Lucknow, subsequent defence of the Residency, occupation of the Alumbagh under JJ u 'JJ ,n ! 
capture of Lucknow and subsequent operations in Oude, the greater part of the time as Adjutant of the 5th Fusiliers 
(Medal with two Clasps, and one year's service). , , 

16 Captain Scott served in the 17th Lancers in the Indian campaign in 1858-59, including the pursuit of Tantia Topee ana 
action of Zerapore (Medal). 

17 Major Forster was present at the capture of Lucknow and subsequent operations (Medal and Clasp). , 

18 Captain Massy Joined Havelock's Column at Cawnpore on 15th Sept 1857 and was present in the ^Uons oi 
Mungarwar and Alumbagh, assault on Lucknow and relief of the Residency, engaged thence at the taking ot the C«* n P°? 
battery, and storming of the Engine House and King's Stables ; was subsequently with Outram's force In the Ah™**", 
and engaged in repelling the numerous attacks and in routing tb< enemy on 22nd Dec; also at the siege snd fail « 
Lucknow Medal and C asps, and grant of a year's service). n 

19 Captain Hoare served in the Indian Mutiny in 1858, including the operations in the Jugdespore Jungle(Medsl). 

20 Captain Dashwood served with the 84th Regt. in the Indian campaign in 1857-58, Including the «^ w w ™Jr 
Qwallor contingent at Cawnpore on 26th, 27th, and 28th Nov. 1857, capture of Meeangunge, siege and capture of Luexnow, 
and relief of Asimghur (Medal and Clasp). Also In the 6th Fusiliers during the Oude campaign of 1858-59. 

27 Lieut. Kexneys Tynte served as Midshipman in the flag-ship "Duke of Wellington" in the Baltio in 1855 ana was 
present at the bombardment of Sweaborg (Medal). . , M . « Mi 

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Tk4 AmUUpe-"— On the three-corners of the second colour," The Bote and Crown."— And on the Grenadiers' cape 
TA* Ki*a** Crnt."— •• ROLEIA" " VIMIEBA" •• CORUNNA" " VITTORIA" "PYRENEES" "NIVBI LB" 
- ORTHES** •« PENINSULA" " NIAGARA." 

Colonel.— 9$& Hon. Sir Charles Gore, 1 GCB. KH. Ens. 21 Oct. 08; Lt. 4 Jan. 10; Capt. 
13 Mar. 15; Major, 21 Jan. 10; Lt.Col. 10 Sept. 22; CW. 10 Jan. 37 ; Jfq/tfr Gen. 
9 Nov. 46; X^.Gen. 20 June 54 ; Gen. 12 Feb. 63 ; Col. 6 F. Mar. 61. 
Lieut. Colonels— \ #. Charles O. Creagh Osborne, 3 Ens. 18 June 41; Lt. °5 Aug. 42; 

Capt. 1 Mar. 54; Brev.Maj. 11 May 60 ; J/q;. 29 Feb. 63 ; Lt.Col. 1 April 66. 
2 John Henry Ford Elkington,' .En*. 28 Aug. 46; Lt. i> 30 Mar. 49 ; Capt. 2 Oct. 54 ; Bt.Moj. 
6 June 56 ; Bt. Lt.Col. 7 Dec. 58 ; Major, 15 Feb. 61 j Col. 7 Jan. 67; Lt.Col. P27 Nov. 67, 
Majors.— 1 Thomas Lyndon Bell, 4 J£n#. p 17 May 50; Xrf. P17 Feb. 54; C«/rt. 30 Nov. 55 ; 
JftpVr, 1 Oct. 62. 

1 Philip A ugustusMosse, Ens. 16 Apr. 42; Lt. 31 July 46; Capt. 6 June 54; Major, 
26 Apr. 66. 

2 Henry Broome Feilden, 5 Ens. P21 Sept. 52; Xr. 6 June 54; Can/, p 31 Aug. 55; Major, 
p 8 June 67. 

2 Charles Burch Phillipps, 6 Ens. 23 Nov. 52; Xr. 6 June 54 ; Capt. P31 Aug. 55 ; Major, 
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1 Edward Lloyd 7 

2 s. Wilsone Black 1 .... 
Thomas John Grant, *. 

2 William Grove A nncsley 
2 John Edward Tewart 10 
2 Lewis Blyth Hole 9 .... 

1 Alfred Austin 

2 Isaac Harmond" . . . 
2 David Garrick Protheroc 
1 Wm. Charles Wolseley ., 

1 Dawsou Kelly Erans" . 

2 Spencer Field ■ 

1 James George Cockburn 

2 Charles Whyte 

1 Herbert Burrows Adcock 



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Douglas Hastings 14 
1 Albert Henry Harrison 
1 George William Morland. 
1 Chas.Wm. Henry Wilson 18 

1 Patrick Albert Howley 

2 Frederick Helyar*.... 
1 James FitzGerald 19 .. 
1 Wm. S. Selby Lowndes 



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p 8 Feb. 61 

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Lieutenants. 

1 John Thomson Bowers 9 

2 James Thomas Nugent . 
2 Henry Kitchener, Adj.. 
2 Chaa. Edw. W. Roworth. 

David Barry Moriarty 

1 Jacob Biggs Hopkins 

2 Alex. Courtcnay Hall 

2 William Gram 

I Gust. W. Berry Collis 

1 Arthur Morton 

1 Charles D'Obree Bowers 17 

1 Frederick Baird 

2 Robert Grceme 

2 Adolphus R. Aug. Collis 
2 George Sharpe Grim ble. 

Horace Rich . Le M . Carey 

1 David Mich. Fra. Brady , 

2 James Ruddle Gibbs .... 
1 G. de Courcy Morton, ./<# 

Robert Stratford 

1 Aug. William Whitworth 
1 Fred. Leigh Grundy 



1 Reginald Holllngworth . 

2 James Lewis 

1 Hen.C. Montagu Turnbull 

1 Richard Meredith 

2 Henry Deerlng Thomas 



18 May 55 
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1 Tbe Hon. Sir Charles Core Joined the 43rd la 

the Peninsula In July 1811, and was present and 

one ol the storming party of Port San Pranelseo at 

the Investment of Ciudad Rodrlfro j also at the siege 

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of Salamanca, as Aide de Camp to Sir Andrew Bar* 
nard ; and in a similar capacity to Sir James Kempt 
in the battle- of Vlttorta, the Nieelle, the Nire 
(9th, 10th, and 11th Dee.), Orthes.and Toulouse. 
He was also in the action of San Milan, eapture of 
Madrid, storming of the heights of Vera, bridge of 
Yanil, and all the skirmishes of the Light Divl. 
•ion from 1811 to tbe close of the war in I81s t 
after which he accompanied Sir James Kempt 
with theti oops sent to Canada under bis command | 
returned to Europe In time for the campaign of 
1816, and was first and principal Aide de Camp to 
Sir James Kempt, and present at the battles of 
Quatre Bras (horse shot), and Waterloo (three 
horses shot), and capture of Paris. Be has received 
the War Medal with nine Clasps. 

4 Major Bell served the Eastern Campaign 
of 1854-65 In the 28th Regt. including: the 
battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall 
of Sebaatopol, and affair In the Cemetery 
(Medal with three Clasps, Sardinian and 
Turkish Medals). 

20 Captain Helyar served with the 42nd 
Highlanders in the Indian campaign in 1858, 
Including the action of Kankur, defence of 
Jail (wounded) and subsequent operations 
at Shahjehanpore (Medal). 



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EW8IGN8. 

1 Aug. Joseph O'Malley Quia 

2 Francis Lionel Hewson . . 

1 Frank Longbourne .... 

2 Neville Fred. Mansergh ,•- 
1 Gerald Hyde Cha.Stracey> 

1 Neville Vibart p 

2 Henry Thomas Finlay . . ( ? 
1 Philip HermanWallerstein|" 
1 Edward Arthur Ball. . 

1 Thos. Geo. Webb Tobin , 

2 Arthur M. O'Beirne .... 
2 Humphrey Bor | 

1 Wm. Alex. Holcombe ..; 

2 Richard John Doyne .... 
2 Denman Croft Murray . . 
1 Edw. Henry Corse Scott 

1 And. Kennedy Macpherson 

2 Augustus Green 



ENSIGN. | 10 Captain Tewart Mired In the Indian campaign In 
1858, and was present in the affair at Peroo and subsequent 
operations in the Jugdespore J angle (Medal). 

11 Captain Harmond served with the 97th Regt at the 
siege of Sebastopol from 20th Nov. 1854 to 25th May I855,and 
was engaged in a Sortie on 22nd March— received a bayonet 
wound in the left hand (Medal and Clasp, and Turkish 
Medal). Served in Bengal in suppressing the Mutiny in 
1857 58, and present with the Jounpore field force in the 
actions of Nusrutpore, Chanda, Ummeerpore, and Sultan- 
pore, afterwards at the siege and capture of Lucknow 
(Medal and Clasp). 

12 Captain Evans served In the Indian campaign in 
l&'H, including the operations In the Jugdespore Jungle 
(Medal). Also served against the Hill Tribes of Slkklm 
during tbe close of 186u, and was twice iu command of 
Patroles engaged with the enemy. 

14 Major Hastings served in the Persian war in 1857, 
including the night attack and battle of Koodub and 
bombardment of Mohumrah (Medal and Clasp). Served m 
Bengal in the several actions leading to and end ng in the 
relief of the Residency at Lucknow— severely wouuded 
(Medal with Clasp, and a ymr'* service). 

15 Major O'Counor served with the 14th Regt. in the Crime* from 
th January 18*6, including the stage Hnd fall of' Sroastopol, and 



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4 Dec. 66 
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P 29 May 69j *"*» ult o{ lhe 18th June (Medal and Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 



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Paymasters.— 2 John O'Connor,'* 3 Nor. 57 ; Q.M. 11 Mar. 53 ; Hon. Major 1 1 Mar. C8. 
1 William Wastell, M 2l Dec. 60; Ens. 30 Nov. 55; Lt. 2G Jun. 58 ; Hon.Capt. 21 Dec. 65. 
Adjutants.—*! Lieut. Henry Kitchener, 30 Oct. 57. 

1 Lieut. Gerald de Courcy Morton, 16 Oct. 67. 
Instructors of Musketry.— I Lieut. Gust. Wheatley Berry Collis, 20 Feb. 63. 

2 Lieut. C. E. Whitaker Roworth, 11 May 65. 
Quarter Masters.— I George Beedle, 10 July 66. 
2 James Darker, 19 3 Dec. 55. 
Surgeons.— 2 George Edwin Gains, Assist. Surg. 21 Feb. 51 ; Surgeon, 26 Jan. 58. 

1 Alexander Dudgeon Gulland, 18 MD. A.$. 23 June 54 ; Surgeon, 16 Oct68. 
Assistant Surgeons. — 2 Benjamin Cowan Kerr, 17 Nov. 55. 
1 Georgo Andrew, MB. 31 May 65. 
1 Jerome William Morgan, 1 April 67. 
Facings Blue. — Agent, Andrew Lawrie. Esq. 
1** Bait, embarked for India, 7 Dec. 1807. Depot, Colchester. 
2nd Batt. returned from Jamaica, 3 May 1867. 

1 Lt.Colonel Creagh Osborne served with a party of Voluntern attached to tbe Scinde Camel Corps during Sir Charles Napier's Campaign 
of ISO against the mountain and desert tribes on tbe right bank of the Indus. Served on the Head Quarter Staff of tbe As imghur field force 
during ihe Campaign of 185ft In the N. W. Provinces of India, and wai present at tbe setioo of 6th April before Aahnghurand in the in- 
trenehment of that place from 0th to Uth April when besieged by Koer Sing't force. Also at the assault of Jugdespore, action at Jelowi* 
11th and tfitb Mav, Metahi Mth May, and skirmishes in the Jugdespore Jungles (mentioned in Despatches, Medal, and Dreeetof Major). 

8 Colonel Elkington served with the 6th Rest, in the Kaffir wars of 1847 and 1851-2 (Medal), -during which he 
was present at the operations iu Hie Pish River, Wulerkloof, Amatolas, and Trans-Kel expeditions in command of the 
Light Company. He served as Assistant Quarter Master General to the Ottoman Contingent from Us formation is May 
1856, to the close of the war, for which he received ihe Brevet rank of Major, the 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Ihe Turkish 
Medal. Served as Aide de Camp to Sir John Michel during the Indian Mutiny in 1658 in Central India (Medal and Brevet 
or Lt.Colonel). Served with the China expeditionary force in 1860, as Aide de Camp to Sir John Michel from the landing 
of the army to the surrender of Pukin (Medal and Clasps, and received an unattached Majority). 

5 Major Feilden served with the 38th Rest, the Eastern campaign of 1854 and up to July 1855, including the battle 
of Alma and siege of Sebastopol, wounded (Medal and Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

6 Major PhiUipps served with the 39th Regt. in the Crimea from 31 Dec. 1854, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, 
and attacks or the 18th June and 8th Sept. (Medal and Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

7 Captain Lloyd served In the Fish River, Waterkloof, Amatola, Trans-Kel, and other minor expeditions daring the 
Kaffir war of 1851-&3 (Medal). fa 

8 Captain Black served with tbe 42nd Highlanders in the Crimea from 14th July IMS, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medsl 
an d Clasp, and Turkish Medal ). 

Captains Annesley and Hole, and Lieut, 1. T. Bowers served In the Indian campaign in 1858, including the opera, 
tions in the Jugdespore Jungle (Medal). 
13 Captains Wilson and PitzOerald served throughout the operations against the hill tribes in Sikkim in 1801. 

16 Captain Wastell served with the 6th Regt. in the Kaffir war of 1840-47; also throughout that of 1850-53 (Medal), 
ncluding the operations in the Fish River, Amatola*, and both the Trans-Kei Expeditions. 

17 Lieut. C. D'O. Bowers accompanied the expedition up the River Gambia against the King of Baddibooj was present 
at the bombardment of the enemies' entrenched works on the banks of the Swarracunda Creek 16th Feb.; at the landing, 
storming, and capture of the enemies' entrenched works) at the storming, capture, and destruction of the fortified towns 
of Carawan on the 17th, Kinty Cunda and Saba on the 18th Feb. ; also at the battle of Saba, and the storming, capture 
and total destruction of the enemies' stockades on the 21st Feb. I8*>1. 

18 Doctor Gulland.— For War Services s»-e "Medical Department." 

19 Qr.Mastcr Darker served with the 23rd Fusiliers in the Indian Campaign of 1857-58, including the relief of Lucknow 
by Lord Clyde, defeat of tiie Gwalior Contingent at Cawnpore, siege and fall of Lucknow (Medal and two Clears, and a 
Year's Service). 



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21 Lt. Colonel Gammell served in command of a detach met. t of the 76th Regt. during the insurrection In Gcphalonla in 
1819, and received the thanks of Coionel Trollope commanding the Troops in that Island for bis services in suppressing 
the insurrection and in carrying out martial law. Served iu the 12th Lancers in the Crimea from 17th May 1866, includ- 
ing the capture of Tchorgoun, battle of the Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and various operations near Eupatoria 
(Medal and Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Attached to and acted as staff officer to the Royal Artillery, 1st Division, during 
the campaign in the North of China in I860, from the landing at Pehtang, Including the affair at Siiiho, capture of Tangku, 
assault and capture of the Taku Forts, actions of Chankiawan and Palichow, advance upon and occupation of Pekm 
(Modal and two Clasps). Served as D.A.Q-M. General during the latter portion of the occupation of Tientsin In 1860-61, 
and in the operations against the Taepings in the vicinity of Shanghae in 1862, including the bombardment and storming 
of Kahding on the 24th October (mentioned in dispatches, and Brevet of Major). Served during the Abyssinian Expe- 
dition in 1868 as D.A.Q.M. General at ZouUa (mentioned in dispatches for '< zeal ability aad general good service," 
Brevet of LI. Colonel, and Medal). 



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u SALAMANCA" "VITTORIA" "PYRENEE8" "OBTHE8" "TOULOUSE" "PENINSULA" ♦ t ALMA»"lN- 
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Maj. P 9 May 34 ; Lt.CoL p 10 Peb. 38 ; Col. 11 Nov. 51 ; Maj.Gen. 12 Dec. 54; Lt. 

Gen. 24 Oct. 62 ; Col. 7th Foot, 1 May 68. 
Lt.Colonels.—\ Hugh Robert Hibbert, 8 Ens. P28 Sept. 47 ; Lt. p 16 Aug. 50 ; Capt. 22 

Dec. 64; Brev.Maj. 2 Nov. 55 ; Major, 23 Oct. 57 ; Lt.Col. p 1 Dec. 63; Col. 1 Dec 08. 
2 Joshua Harry Cooper, 4 Ens. p 16 Sept. 51; Lieut, p 24 Feb. 54 ; Capt. 23 Mar. 55 ; Maj. 

P 1 1 Apr. 62 ; Lt. Col. p 2i J tme 64. 
1 Thomas Wright Marten, 5 Ens. P6 July 40; Lt.P 13 Dec. 53; Capt. 19 June 55; Major, P2 

Dec. 62 ; Lt.Col. P 20 J uue 65. 
Majors*—* George Henry Waller, 7 Ens. 10 Aug. 54; Lieut. 22 Dec. 54; Capt. p 20 

Mar. 67; Jffljor p21 June 64. 
1 James Meozies Clayhitls,* Ens. P23 Nov. 52 ; Lt. 13 Aug. 54 ; Capt. r 31 Aug. 55; Maj. 

p 20 June 65. 

1 George Flower Herbert, 10 Ens. P15 Oct. 50; Lt. P10 Dec. 52; Capt. Sept. 55; 
Major, PU Oct. 6*. 

2 Alfred Goodlad Daubeny, 11 Ens. P23 Nov. 52; Lt. p 8 Sept. 54 ; Capt. 30 Nov. 65; 
Major, p 23 June 69. 



Captains. 
1 *. Richard Harbord .... 

1 Adrian Bennett 14 

1 Robert Blackall 1 * 

1 VCHugh S. Cochrane 16 
1 Heathcote Plummer 17 . . 
1 Henry Kerr" 

1 William Henry Surman 

2 Robert Watson Sparks . . 

1 Richard Cormick Clifford** 

2 FrancisBurtonO wen Cole' 1 
2 Wm. Butterworth Colvin 

1 Thomas Burton Vandeleiu 
Alex. Nixon Montgomery 

2 Fitxmaurice Beauchamp r 

1 EdmundWaller 

Arthur John Harrison . 

2 John Graydon Smith . . . 
2 Robert Fowler Butler . 

Fred. Charles Keyser . 
2 Henry Alex. Little 11 ... 
2 WUHam James Vonles . 

Henry W.Locke Paddon" 

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Edw. W. Cadwall. Lloyd 

2 Joseph Smith, Adj 

2Henry Wollas ton Roch fort 
I William Wheaton Chard 

1 Henry Ferdinand Oakcs 

2 William Lamb Barr* . , 

1 Gergoe Brooke Meares 18 

2 Robert Henry Maude . . 

2 William Daly 

2 Henry Burton Winter.. 

William Edward Roberts 



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1 John Potham". 
1 Geoffry Barton, Adj. 
Thomas Groube 1 * «... 

1 Reginald B. aBcckeit 

2 Georgo Stanley Orred ..| 

1 Pierce Crosbie 

2 Tho J. Raymond Mullock 

1 George Bligh Stephens 

2 William Joseph Squire . 
1 Fra. Wingfteld Douglass 

1 Robert Barlow Manning 
i William Wolfe Rynd 

2 William G Milan .... 
2 Gardiner Fred.Guy on 

1 William Henry Browne 9 

2 Hugh Massy Barton . 
Hon* Mathew Aylmer. 



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1 Sir Richard Airey served throughout 
ihe Eastern campaign of 1854-65 -first in 
command of a Brigade, and afterwards from 
the disembarkation In tbe Crimea as Quarter 
Mostor General, and iroa present at the bat- 
tles of the Alma, BalaLluvn, and Inkerman, 
the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and 
Clasps, KCB., Commander of the Legion of 
Honor, Commander of 1st Class of the Mili- 
tary Order of davoj, 2nd Class of the 
Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 
4 Lt. Colonel Cooper served tlt«* Eastern cam- 
paign of 1354-65, in eluding i he sortie of 20th 
Oct., battle of Inkerman, and siege of Sebas- 
topol; appointed Aide de Camp to Colonel 
Yea, and also present at the attack on the 
Quarrifs7th June (wounded 8 Hi June),and as- 
aanit of the lledan on 18th June (Medal and 
Clasp. fith Class of tho Medjidie, and Turkish 
Medal). 

26 Surgeons Hen die v and Carey.— For War 
Services see "Medical Department." 

28 Lieut. Borr served with the 69rd Regt. 
in the Indian campaign or 1858-59, includ- 
ing thepnasage of the Goomtee and occupa- 
tion of bultanpore, passage of the Gogra at 
Fysabad on 25th Nov., action of Toolsepore, 
and minor affairs < Medal). 

29 Lieut. Browne served with the 101st 
Fusiliers in the Indian N.W. Frontier War of 
1863, and was present at the storm and cap- 
ture of the Crag Picouet. 



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Ensigns. 

1 Charles Hyde Sheffield 

2 Wald.Welling.St.George 
2 Eust. R. Burnett Stuart. 

1 William Conolly 

1 RobertTomkyns Hawkes 
I Harry Geo. Wakelyn Ford 

1 Alfred Rob.M.Langhorne 

2 Charles William O'Brien 



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p 10 July 66 
2 John Hy. Courtney Clarke > 21 Aug. 66 
1 Henry Hugh A. France |p 12 Sept. 65 

1 LionelAlbertT.M'Cudden p 16 Mar. 

2 Norman Pochin If 30 Mar. 



2 Berkenhead Glegg 

2 Percy St Maur 

1 Francis Worthington 
1 Fred.St.LegerTottenham 



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p 16 Sept. 
p 14 Oct. 
p 29 May 



John Thos.Macan Kir wan p 23 June 69 



1 8 MajorLittle, Captains Kerr and Paddon, Lieut*. Mearea 
and Groube, and Qr. Master Murphy served In the 7th Fuel Hera 
in the Indian N. W. frontier war of 1868 with the Eusafzye 
field force, present at the defence ot the Sungahs at the 
Umbeyla Pass and at the attack on and storming of the Coni- 
cal Hill and destruction of Lalloo on the 15th December, also 
In the action at Umbeyla and destruction of the village at the 
foot of the Bonair Pass on 16ih December which ended in the 
complete rout of the enemy and the submission of the Hill 
Tribes on the 17th December. 

20 Captain Clifford served with the 10th Regt. in the Pun- 
jaub campaign in 1840, and was present at the battle of 
Ooojerat (Medal and Clasp). 

21 Captain Cole served with Brigadier Chamberlain's force 
attached to the 1st Coke's Rifles against the Mahsord Wuzee- 
rees during March April and May 1860, and was present at 
tiie forcing of the Burrura Pass, taking and burning their 
stronghold Makeen, and various minor affairs. 

24 Captain Beauchamp served with the force under Br. Gen. 
Chamberlain, attached to the 24 th (Musbie) Sikhs, against the 
Mahsood Wuseeriee during April and May 1860 and was pre. 
sent at the forcing of the Borrasa Pass, taking of Makeen, 
and other minor affairs. 



Hon. Capt. 19 Not. 63. 



Paymasters.— 2 William Handasyde Buchanan, 19 Nov. 58 

1 Henry Francis Emly, 1 Aug. 68. 
Adjutants. — 2 Lieut. Joseph Smith, 6 Nov. 57. 

1 Lieut. G. Barton, 23 Jan. 69. 
Instructors of Musketry,— 2 Lieut. Wm. Daly, 27 Sept. 65. 
1 Lieut. G. B. Meares, I May 68. 
Quarter Masters. — 1 Thomas Murphy, 18 4 April 56. 

2 Timothy Metcalf,* 1 23 Oct. 57 ; Ens. 7 Dec. 55. 
Surgeons. — 1 John Hendley," 5 Dec. 56 ; Assist. Surg. U March 51. 

2 Thomas Carey, 90 26 Jan. 58 ; Astist.Surg. 24 Jan. 51. 
Assistant Surgeons.— 2 David Mackie, MD. I Oct. 62. 

1 Charles Alfred Atkins, 30 Sept. 63. 
1 Edward Connellan, 2 Oct. 65. 
Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
[1st Batt. ret. from Crimea, 27 June 56. Emb.for India, 21 July 57. 
[2nd Batt. returned from Canada, August 1867.] 



Depot, Shorncliffe.'] 



3 Colonel Hibbert served the Eastern campaign of 1864-66, and was present at the battles of Alma (wounded) and 
Inkerman,and siege of Sebastopol, Including sortie on 26th Oct. 1864, assault on the Redan 18th June 1866, and assault 
on the Redan on 8th Sept.— severely wounded (Medal and Clasps, Brevet Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 
Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 6th Class of the Medjidie). 

6 LtXolonel Marten served with the Royal Fusiliers at the siege of Sebastopol, from ITlli June 1866, Inclndins; the 
assaults of the Redan on the 18th June and 8th Sept., on which last occasion he succeeded to the command of the 
Regiment, led it across the ditch of that work, and subsequently brought it out of action— mentioned in Dispatches (Medal 
and Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Indian N.W. frontier war of 1868 with the Eusafsye field force, present 
at the defence of the Sungahs at the Umbeyla Pass, and commanded the right wing 7th Fusiliers at the attack on and 
storming of the Conical Hill and destruction of Lalloo on 16th December, and also in the action at Umbeyla and destruc- 
tion of the village at the foot of the Bonair Pass on the 16th December which ended in the complete rout of the enemy 
and the submission of the Hill Tribes on the 17th December. 

7 Major Waller served at the siege of Sebastopol from 21st Nov. 1864, Including sortie on 9th May,nttack and capture 
of the Quarries 7th June (wounded), assault on the Redan 18th June (wounded), and was In the trenches on the 8th Sept. 
(Medal and Clasp, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

8 Major Clayhills served with the 03rd Highlanders in the Eastern campaign of 1854-65, including the battle of 
Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and assault of tiie Redan on the 8th Sept. (Medal and two Clasps, and Turkish 
Medal). 

10 Major Herbert served with the 31st Regt. In the Crimea from 2Snd May 1866, including the siege and fall of Se- 
bastopol, and attacks of the 18th June and 8th September, and was wounded dining the bombardment of the 17th June 
while employed as an Assistant Engineer in throwing up an entrenchment in the 8-gun battery, right attack (Medal and 
Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

11 Major Daubeny served with the 00th Light Infantry in the Crimea from 6th Dec. 1854, including the 'capture of 
the Quarries, siege and fall of Sebastopol, attack of the Redan on tbe 18th June, and formed one of the storming party 
on the 8th Sept. (Medal and Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

14 Captain Bennett served the Eastern campaign of 1864-65, Including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege of Sebas- 
topol, and sortie on 26th Oct. (Medal with three Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in the 
7th Fusiliers In the Indian N. W. frontier war of 1863 with the Eusafzye field force, present at the defence of the 
SungRhs at the Umbeyla Pass and at the attack on and storming of tbe Conical Hill and destruction of Lalloo on the 
15th December, also in the action at Umbeyla and destruction of the village at the foot of the Bonair Pass on 16th 
December which ended in the complete rcut of the enemy and the submission of the Hill Tribes on the 17th December. 

15 Major Blackall served with the 40th Regt. in China (Medal), and was present at the first taking of Choaan. Served 
as Brigade Major with the Expeditionary Force under Brigadier S. Cotton in 1854 against the Lurrucksai Mohmunda and 
was present at the destruction of the villages of Shahmoschkhyl, Sardeen, and Dubb (mentioned in dispatches). Served 
in the 7th Fusiliers in the Indian N. W. frontier war of 1863 with the Rusofzye field force, present at the defence of the 
Suugahs at the Umbeyla Pass on 15th December, and in the action at Umbeyla and destruction of the village at the 
foot of the Bonair Pass on 16th December which ended in the complete rout of the enemy and the submission of the 
Hill Tribes on 17th December. 

16 Major Cochrane served aa Adjutant of the 86th Regiment in the Central India campaign under Sir Hugh Rob©, 
and was present at the storm and capture of the hill fort or Chandairee (slightly wounded), battle of Betwa (three 
horses shot under him), siege storm and capture of the city and fortress of Jhansi, where, under a tremendous fire from 
the fort, he planted the British flag on the top of the Palace ; battle and capture of Koonch, various actions before Calpee 
from 15th to 21st May 1858, battle of Gowlowlee, capture of the city and fortress of Calpee, battle of Morar, battle before 
and capture of the city and fortress of Gwalior; commanded Irregular Cavalry under Sir Robert Napier in pursuit of 
Tantia Topee and Feroseshah in the jungles of Central India (twice mentioned In despatches, Victoria Cross, Medal with 
Clasp, and Brevet of Major). Served as Major of Brigade with the Eusofkye field force during the Indian N. W. Frontier 
war of 1868. 

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TkB-Spmins," ••EGYPT" "MARTINIQUE" "NIAGARA" "DELHI •» " LUGKNOW." 

Colonel." 9 Thomas Gerrard Ball, 1 .En*. 17 Sept. 07 ; Lt.v 1 Dee. 08 ; Ca/rf. p 7 April 14; 

Jsfey\ P24 Jane 24; Lt.Col. P2 Oct. 35; Col. 9 Not. 46; Maj.Oen. 20 June 54 ; Lt.Gen. 

7 Mar. 62 ; Col. 8th Foot, 17 Jane 61. 
Lt.CohneU.—2 c. Alex. CuAaingbam Robertson , r Ens. p 15 Sept. 87; Lt. P20 Aug. 41; 

Cfcpf.Pll Nor. 45; £f.Jfq/.19Jan.58; Bt.Lt.Col. 20 July 68; ibf<y.28 July 58; CW.15 

Dec. 64 ; Lt.CoL 30 Dec. 65. 
'1 Henry George Woods,* Ens. 13 Oct. 43; Lieut. 20 Oct. 48; Capt. 29 Dec. 54; Bt. 
' Jftpor, 2 Not. 55 ; Major, 21 Dec. 55 ; Bt.Lt.Col. 18 Jan. 61 ; Lt. Col. 15 June 66. 
Major*. — 1 William Fred. Adams Colman, 4 Ens. 15 June 43; Lt. 10 Mar. 45; Capt. 15 

Mar. 53; M qjor 19 Apr. 64. 
1 John Vere William Henry Webb/ JEiw. 20 Jan. 47 ; Lt. p21 Feb. 51 : C<r?r. 14 May 58 ; 

Major, 2 Not. 66. 
3 Francis Barry Drew, Ens. P 23 May 45 ; Lt. 11 Aug. 48 ; Can* . p 21 Not. 51 ; Bt.Major 

87 July 63 ; Major 23 Aug. 65. 
S Edward Tanner, £*«. p 30 Not. 55 ; Lt. 7 Dec. 57 ; Capt. p 4 Sept. 60 ; Jkfq/or p 24 

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1 Henry Farquharson . . . 

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2 CliarksBradford Brown 11 
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1 Edward Emerson 6 Not. 57 

1 Thomas Picton Fleetwood 19 Not. 57 

1 Wm.WillooghbyEgerton 8 Feb. 61 

2 Rowland Garrard Moffat 4 July 60 
1 Charles Fred. Malet .... 9 Feb. 61 

1 Marmaduke Stonrton .. P17 May 61 

2 Matthew Liddon 16 July 61 

1 Edw. E.Granville Clayton 23 July 61 

2 Bennett Fleming Handy 
2 William Howe Hennis .. 
2 John Mount Batten, Aaj, 

1 Francis James Stuart . . p 14 Jan. 62 

2 Nash Short p 28 Jan. 62 

1 Arthur Fawkes p 8 Aug. 

1 JohnJamesHamilton,4<0. 6 Aug. 61 

1 William Staneomb Sinkins p 9 Jan. 63 

2 William Toke Dooner 

1 Thomas Blake Humfrey 

2 Francis Moore p 29 May 68 

2 Manley Cba. Matt. Dixon 18 Sept. 63 p 13 Feb. 67 
1 William Louis p 19 Jan. 64 p 18 Feb. 67 

1 Geo. Westrenen Sawyer 28 June 64 20 May 67 

2 Fred. B. Joseph Jerrard p 18 Oct. 64 p 14 Aug. 67 
2 George Rowan Hamilton P29 Not. 64 p 1 Aug. ~ 

1 Henry Webster p 8 Aug. 65 p 16 Sept. 68 

2 Rob. Julian Orde Jocelyn ? 20 Dec. 64 p 28 Oct. 68 
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1 Lieut.General Ball served fa the Peninsula 
with the S4tb, from Jnne 1809 to Nov. 181*, 
including the siege of Badsjos in May 1811 » 
baulee of Buaaco and Albnhera, aiege oft 
Badajoi in May 1811, action* at Arroyo da 
Molioo and Almarss, battle of Victoria (wound* 
ed in the head), and affaire at the Paw of Maya 
(severely wounded in the left leg). He has 
received the War Medal with three Clasps. 

8 Colonel Robertson served in the Anglo- 
Spanish Legion from July 1885 to June 
1«87. Received a Medal for the action 
of 5th May 1837 j the croie of the 1st 
Class of San Fernando, for the actions 
of the 15th and 16ih March 1887 j and 
another medal foi the storming of Iran 
17th May following: severely wounded 
in the face by a splinter In the general ac- 
tion on the heights of Ametsa, 1st Oct. 
1886. Served with the 8th Regt. at the 

p 10 Nav Aft ilege of Delhi In 1857, inclndlng repulse 
FiunoT.oo Qf 8orties on ^ 14|h< Md , 8th J|||jr 

(commanded the Regt.), and commanded 
30 Dec. 65 detachments of 8th and 61st Regts. at 
the capture of four gone In front of the 
advanced picket on 12th Aug. Acted aa 
D.A.Q.M.6en. to Beaton's Column In Dec., 
Including affairs of Gungaree, Puttiala, 
P 27 Not. 66 and Mynpoorie. Present during opera- 
tions from 2nd to 32nd March 1858 result- 
ing in the occupation of Lucknow In the 



capacity of Deputy Judge Advocate Gene- 
ral to the Army In the field (Brevets of 
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1 Walter Bell Marley .... p 29 Dec. 65 
1 Arthur Henry Cope .... p 20 Jan. 60 

1 Stephen Brown 6 Feb. 60 

2 Arthur Ashley Ruck. . . . P 7 Feb. 60 
2 John Parry Ilainer p 20 Feb. Gtf 

1 Frederic Martyn 15 June 66 

2 James Matthew Taylor. .. P 29 June 60 
2 George Villiera Turner . . | p 17 Oct 66 

1 Rowland Oakeley i M3 Feb. 67 

1 PonsonbyM'Mahon Shaw;P 14 Feb. 67 
1 Herbert Henry Russell, p 6 Mar. 67 

1 William Freeman Kelly > 7 Mar. 67 

2 Edm. O'Donnell O'Kelly p 80 Mar. 67 
2 John Wm. Nott Bower 13 July 67 
2 William Richard Orme p 1 Aug. 68 

1 Charles Wm. Atkinson p 16 Sept. 68 

2 Henry Thomas Granger p 28 Oct 68 
1 Wm. Geo. Wolfe Macbay p 23 Mar. 67 



10 Captain Cuaack served wilb the 97th Regt. in the 
Eastern campaign of 1854-65, including the siege and fall 
of SebaUopol, taking of the Quarries, and storming of the 
Redan on the 18th June and 8th Sept.— wounded (Medal 
aud Clasp, Medal for distinguished conduct in the field, 
and Turkish Medal). 

1 1 Captain Brown served with the 63rd Regt. at the assault 
of the Redan aud fall of Sebastopol. also at the Lombard, 
ment nnJ surrender of Kinbourn (Medal and Clasp, and 
Turkish Medal). 

12 Captain Lowry (late a Captain in the 41st Regt) served 
with the 41st Regt. throughout the Crimean Campaign, in- 
cluding the battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of 

Sebastopol, repulse of the sortie on 36th October, and assault 
of the Redan on 8th September (Medal with three Clasps, 
Turkish Medtl, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

13 Surgeon Majors Madden and Auchinleck.— For War 
Services see "Medical Department." 



12 Paymasters.— 2 John Falls, 4 Dec. 57; Hon. Capt. 4 Dec. 62. 

13 1 Thomas Palmer Senior, 15 May.67 ; Ens. 18 Nov. 57 ; Lt. 16 July 61. 
8 Adjutants.— \ Lieut. J. J. Hamilton, 4 Dec. 66. 
8 2 Lieut. J. M. Batten, 13 June 68. 
8 Instructors of Musketry.— I Lieut. F. J. Stuart, 12 Feb. 67. 

6 2 Lieut. M. C. H. Dixon, 13 June 68. 
13 ft Qmrter Masters.— 2 Thomas Massey Chadwick, 20 Sept. 65. 

10 1 Geo. Russell Holt White, 14 1 June 60. [2 Oct. 66. 

23 Surgeons.— 2 John Madden, 1 ' MB. A. S. 2 Oct. 46; Surg. 2 Oct 57 ; Surgeon Major, 
21 1 Grahame Auchinleck, 13 MD. A.S. 22 Dec. 48 ; Surg. 2 Oct. 57; Surg. Major,** Dec. 68. 

7 Assistant Surgeons.— 2 William George Ross, MD. 1 Oct. 62. 
4 1 Henry Joseph O'Brien, MB. 2 Oct. 65. 
2 1 James Saltus Conycrs, MD., 31 March 68. 

Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
\\st Batt. embarked for Malta 9 March 66. Depot, Chatham.] 
[2nd Batt. returned from Malta 5 March 68.] 

3 Lt.Colonel Woods served with the 97th Rest, in the Crimes from 20th Not. 1854, and was present at the siege sod 
fall of Sebastopol, and commanded the Grenadiers of the 97th with the storming party of the Redan on the 8th 8ept. 
—wounded (Medal and Clasp, Brevet Major, 9th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

4 MHjor Colman, while on passage of India in the Transport Briton, was wrecked on the Lesser Andaman ia Nov. 1844, sad 
remained on that islsnd fifty-one days, suffering very severe privations. lie served with the 80th Regt. throughout the Sotlcj 
campaign of 1845-0, and was present in the battles of Moo-lkce, lerozeahah, and Sohraoa— ran the Standard Bearer through the 
hody in single combat (Medal and two Clasps). 

6 Maior Webb served at the siege and assault of Delhi in 1857, including repulse of Sorties on 9th and 14th July, cap- 
ture of four guns on 12th Aug., and six days' lighting in the City j afterwards present in the action of Bolundsbur, affair of 
AUyghur, and battle of Agra, the action of Dilkoosha and relief of Lucknow under Lord Clyde, affair of the M sad action 
of 6th Dec. at Cawnpore, and action of Khudngunj (Medal and Clasps). 

7 Captain Longficld accompanied the force under Major R. S. Baynes which surprised the garrison and secured the fort 
and magazine of Fhillour on the Sutlej on the 12th and 13th May 1857 ; also served at the siege of Delhi and repulse of Sorties 
on 9th, 14th, 18th, and 23d July, and capture of four guus on 12th Aug. 1857 ; afterwards present in the action of Dilkoosha 
and relief of Lucknow under Lord Clyde, the affair of 2d and action of 6th Dec. at Cawnpore, and action of Khudaganj, also 



served in the Oude campaign of 1858-59 as Brigade Quartermaster to Brigadier Hale's force, and was present at the attack sad 
apture of the fort and town of Sendee Medal and Clasps) . 
8 Captain Whitting served iu the Indian campaign from March 1858, and acted as Staff Adjutant to a detachment at Sas- 



aeram and waa engaged in the operations against the rebels in the jungles of Jugdeespore under Sir E. Lagard ; also served 
the campaign ot 1858-59 in Oude, including the attack and capture of the fort and town of Snndee (Medal). 

9 Captain Stabbing served at the siege and assault of Delhi in 1857 and during the six days' fighting in the City; afterward* 
present in the affairs of Qungaree, Puttiwalla, and Mynpoorie (Medal and Clasp). 

14 Quartermaster White served with the 0th Lancers in the Sutlej Campaign of 1845-46, and was present at the hstue 
of Sobraon (Medal). The Punjaub Campaign of 1848-49, Including the passage of the Cbenab, and battles of Ohiilisn- 
wallah and Ooojsrat (Medal and Clasps). Alto throughout the suppression of the Indian Mutiny in 1857-69, Includinf 
the battle of Budlekeseral, alege assault and capture of Delhi, with Greathed's column In the actions of Bolundsbur, 
Agra, and Kanonge, the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, battle of Cawnpore on 6th Dee. 67, actions of Sereighat and 
Khudagunge, siege and capture of Lucknow, summer campaign in Oude and Rohilcund, and actions at Rhodaraou, 
AUlgunge, Barellly, and Shahjchanpore, with the pursuit to Mahomdee, and passage of the Gogra at Fyaabad, operations 
on the Nepaul frontier, and affairs at Mutchleegoan and Kumdikotl (Medal and Clasps). Served with the Buffs the cam- 
palgn of 1860 in China (Medal). 



[Continuation of Notes toltk P&oi.] 

17 Captain Plummet served at the siege of Sebastopol from 12th July 1855 (Medal and Clasp, and Turkish MedsT. 
Served with the 4th Punjaub Rifles In the successful attack on the Cabool Khali Wuseerees in Dec. 1859 and. Jan. I860; 
and as A.Q.M.Gen. to the Tank field force under Brigadier Chamberlain In the operations against the Mahstrd tribe of 
Wuseerees from April to the 22d May 1860, including the forcing of the Burrura Pass and burning of Makeen.j 

30 Lieut. Polham served in the 7th Fusiliers in the Indian N. W. Frontier war of 1868 with the Eusafaye field fores 
and was present at the defence of the Sungahs at the Umbeyla Pass. 

SI Quarter Master Metcalf served with the 40th Regt. throughout the Bastern campaign of 1854-45, Including the 
battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, sortie of 86th Oct., and assaults of the Redan on the 8th Jooe 
and 8th Sept. (Medal and three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 



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18 Feb. 06; Major,G March 11 ; Lt.Col. 21 June 13; Col. 22 July 30; Maj.Gen.29 

Not. 41 ; Lt.Gen. 1 1 Nor. 51 ; Gen. 12 June 59 ; Col. 9 F. 18 Feb. 48. 
Lt.ColoneU.—l Henry Disney Ellis,* .En*. 14 June 42; Lt. p 31 Jan. 45; Capt. 21 Sept. 52; 

Brev.Maj. 2 Nov. 55 ; Major, 18 Jan. 56 ; Lt.Col. 7 Nov. 62 ; Colonel, 7 Nov. 67. 
2 Thomas Edmond Knox, 3 CB. Ens. 26 Jan. 38 , Lieut. 24 June 42; Capt. 31 July 46 ; 

Major, p 17 Aug. 52; Lt.Col. 17 Sept. 58 ; Col. 24 Jan. 63. 
Majors.—* c. Wm.Sankey, 4 Ens. p 19 Apr. 44; Lt. p 8 Aug. 45 ; Capt. p 27 Apr. 49; Bt. 

Maj. 12 Dec. 54; Bt.Lt.Col. 2 Nov. 55 ; Major, 24 Feb. 57 ; Col. 18 May 62. 
1 George Harrington Hawes,*^iw. 24 Nov. 43; Lt. 4 Jan. 46; Capt. P19 Sept. 48; Brev. 

Maj. 2 Nov. 55; Major, 24 Dec. 58 ; Bt.Lt.Col. 8 Aug. 64. 
1 Henry James Buchanan/ Ens. p 14 June 50 ; Lt.v 15 July 53 ; Capt. 15 June 55 j Major, 

1 Apr. 57 ; Bt.Lt.Col. 12 July 68. 
« c, Sydney Darling, Ens. 30 May 43; Lt. 4 July 45 ; Capt. P29 Dec. 48 ; Brsv. Major, 

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1 Wm.ParkerTerry 10 

1 J no. H. Houston Gammell 

2 William Daunt 9 
2 Chas. Caldwell Grantham 

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William Crosbie Harvey 9 
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Rich. Chas. Hen. Germon p 16 Jan. 55 

1 Henry Geo. Hunt Grubbe 26 Jan. 55 

2 Arthur Geo. £. Morley 14 p 17 Sept. 60 
1 William James Massy . . 20 July 55 

1 W.H.ErringtonRidsdale 1 May 55 

2 Charles Smith Perry. . . . p 29 May 57 
1 ChariesJamesBorton 16 .. 14 July 64 

1 Arthur Henry Josselyn . . p 21 May 58 

2 James Lewis Bradshaw.. P27 Jan. 67 
Francis Edward Eccles . . 16 Mar. 58 

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1 Zachary Stanley Bay ly ,A dj. 

2 Richard Gadesden Dunn 
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1 Daniel Dickinson . . 

1 Archibald Graham Wavell 

1 Anth. John Cha.Donelan 

2 John Lovell 

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1 Aug. Henry Longfield . . p 31 May 64 

2 Edward Charles Maltby 

1 Edw. Pennell Elmhirst 

2 Gordon John Walsh . . 
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„ _ _ l 8ir James Hopeserved with the expedition to 

0'\ Tnlv Rft I Hanover in 180S-6; to Zealand in 1807, including 

4* July OOi he . e of Copenhagen; to Sweden in 1808; 

23 July 58m Portugal and 8pain in 1808-9, including the 

p a a TLTo v ftl 'action at Lugo and battle of Corunna. With the 

** may u x , eipedicion toWaleheren in 1809; the Penintolar 

P 4 June 61 campaign* from 1818 to the end of that war in 

P 4 fW n*2,1814, including Che battle of Banoaa, siege of 

.. « , ^tlCiudad Bodrigo, covering the siege of Badajoi, 

9 Feb. 04 affairs in front of Salamanea and at Osma, battle 

9fi Fph fi4'of Vittoria, siege of San Sebastian, paaaages of 

ZZ Z, /.?t*e Didassoa, Gate d'Oleron, ard Gavede Pan; 

P22 Mar. 64 battles of the NiTelle, Ni»e, Orthet, A Toulouse. 

pQAAuir 64 8 J ' James has received the Gold Cross and a 

?/! t *' 2, Clasp for the baules of Vittoria, Nivelle. Nwe. 

P 16 June 64 Orthes,and Touloue; and the Silver War Medaf 

p 1 7 Tnn ftfi with Ave Clasps for Corunns, Busaco, Cindad 

« .» ri (Bodrigo, Badajoi,and Salamanca. 
P 2 May 65 2 Colonel Ellis served with the 83rd Regt. 
P 9 June65,at the siege and fall of 8ebastopol from 
poofipnt ftfi' January 1865 (wounded 15th Aug.) and a t 
n 00 a I' S'flw assaults of the Redan on thelSth June 
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and Turkish Medal). 

S Colonel Knox commanded the 67th Regt. 
throughout the campaign of I860 in China, 
including the action of Sinho, taking of 
Tonghoo, and led the storming party across 
the main ditch at the taking of the inner 
Takoo fort, when seventy-seven officers and 
men of the 67th were killed or wounded ; 
also present at the surrender of Pekin (men- 
tioned in dispatcher, CB., Medal and Clasps) . 



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Ensigns. 

1 Albert Charles Pickering 

2 Cha. Herbert Shepherd 
2 Septimus Charles Welch 
2 George Michell Seaton. 
2 Rich. Andrews Mitchell 

1 Herbert Durell Terry . 

2 F.Rob.Deane Townsheod 
1 Wm.C.Vandeleur Barton 
1 John B. Seddon Deverell 
1 Edward Croft Murray 
lCha.Edm.R.Wm.Mortimer 
1 Octavius Allcard 

1 Edward Bosville James 

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17 Captain Morrlsonserred the Bastern campaign from Not. 1844, 
including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, aad 
Turkish Medal). 

18 Qr.Master Casey served Id the SutleJ Campaign of 
1845-46 and was present In the battles of Moodkee, Feroie- 
shsh, and Sobiaon -severely wounded by a sabre cut In 
left arm (Medal and two Claspa). Served in the Crimean 
Campaign from 28th Nov. 1864, including the siege and fall 
of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

19 Or. Master Sterreit served the 8utlei Campaign of 
1845-46 including the battles of Moodkee, Feroseshah, and 
Sobraon (Medal and two Clasps). Served also in the Crimean 
Campaign from 10th Feb. 1865 including the liege and fall 
of Sebastopol and assault of the batteries on the 18th June 
(Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

SO Doctor Hoysted- — For War Services see " Medical 
Department." 



Paymasters— 2 Waiter Morrison," 29 Dec. 67; Sns. 13Mar.57; ^0M.Caj>fa«n,29Dec.63. 

1 Robert Creighton Granville, 21 April 63; Hon. Captain, 21 April 68. 
Aajutants.—* Lieut. Arthur P. B. Wright, 6 Not. 57. 

1 Lieut. Z. 8. Bayly, 5 Aug. 64. 
Instructors of Musketry.— 1 Lieut. George Hinchin Chadwick, 15 May 69. 

2 Lieut. C. M. Smyth, 5 Nov. 66. 
Quarter Masters.— I John Casey," 9 Dec. 64. 

2 Thomas Sterrett, 19 19 Dec. 65. 
Surgeons.— I James Carroll, MD. Assist. Surg. 3 Jan. 61 ; Surgeon , 26 Jan. 58. 

2 Joseph John Thompson, Assist. Surg. 14 July 64 ; Surgeon, 9 March 67. 
Assist. Surgeons. — 1 James Henry Jeffcoat, 5 Aug. 58. 
2 Isaac Hoysted," MD. 10 March 68. 

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list Bait, embarked for Corfu 22 Jan. 60. Depot, Pembroke.'] 
[2nd JBatt. returned from Japan, July 1868.1 

4 Colonel Sankey atmd the laatern campaign up to 16th Dee. 18*4, and from ]Sth July 1844, aa D.A.Q.M.G., aad from Slit Aur. si 
A..Q.M.8. to lat Dirialon,- including the anaira of Bulgaaak and M'Kensie's Farm, battlea of Alma (mentioned in deapatcbei aaa 
charm killed) and Balaklara, capture of Balaklara, siege and fall of Sebaatopol (Medal with three Clasps, Brerets of Major and LLCoload, 
5th Class of the Medjidie, and forkish Medal) . 

5 Lt. Colonel Hawes served the SutleJ campaign of 1845-48, including the battlea of Moodkee, Feroaeahah, and Sobraoa ( Medal with l«» 
Clasps). Also In the Crimea from the 17th Not. 1854, including the siege and fall or Sebastopol, aad assault on the batteries on the 
18th June ( Medal and Clasp, Brevet Major, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

Lt.Colonel Buchanan serred as Adjutant with the 47th Regt. the Eastern campaign of 1864-66, including the battles of 
Alma and lnkennan, sortie of 96th Oct., siege and fall of Sebaatopol— appointed Town Major (Medal with three 



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Claape, Sardinian and Turkiah Medals), 5th Class of the Medjidie. 

6 Lt. Colonel Scott terred in the Crimea from Dee. 1854, ineludlna* the siege and II 



1 mil of Sebastopol, and aaaault of the batteries oa the 
ltth June (Medal and Clasp, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

9 Captains Wilkinson, W. Daunt, and Haryey, serred In the Crimea from »7th Nor. 1854, including the siege and fall of Sebaitopol. sad 
aaaault on the Cemetery on the 18th June (Medal and Clasp, and Turkiah Medal). Captains Wilkinson and Daunt have the 5th Class of the 
Medjidie. 

10 Captains Terry and Borland serred in the Crimes from 16th June 1S&5, including the siege aad fell of Sebastopol, and asunk 
on the Cemetery on the 18th June (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

11 Captain Vlbart serred In the Crimea from 18th Feb. 1855, Including the siege and Ml of Sebastopol, and assault on the Cemrtory 
on the 18th June (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

18 Captain Roberts terred with the 49th Regt. In the Crimea, from 1st April 1866, Including the siege and fall of Sebaa- 
topol, and assaults of the Redan on the 18th June and 8th Sept. (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

14 Captain Morley served with the 61st Regt. throughout the Burmese war of lSb'2 (Medal) , on board the E.I.C. steam 
frigate Fsrooz during the naval action and destruction of the enemy's stockades on the Rangoon River; served during the 
succeeding three days' operations in the vicinity (including the storming of the White House Redoubt), and at the storm 
and capture of Rangoon. Serred in the Indian Mutiny Campaign, including the surrender of Kirwee (Medal). 

18 Captain Borton serred In the Crimea from 87th Nor. 1854 to March 1855, and again from 18th July 1855, including the siege and faU of 
Sebaatopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal) 



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2 Stephen Francis Charles Annesley, 4 Ens. p 6 July 38; X*. P17 Aug. 41 ; Capt. P22 Oct. 47; 
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of the Redan on the 18th Jnne 
was contused by the bursting of 
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S8 and was present at the Mutiny 
d attempt to relieve Arrah; cap- 
vleea, advance to Lucknow and 
inda, Umeerpore, SuUanpore, and 
i and capture of Lucknow and 
the Smaumbara and Kaiaabagh 
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acknow and actions at Chan da, 
iltanpore, and Douraha, >iege and 
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Ensigns. 
2 Charles Edw.AmysTuck 
2 Nich. Purcell O'Gorman 
2 Geo. Hamilton Singer. . 
2 Thomas George Booth . . 
Armstrong Wm. Elliott 
2 Wm Geo.C a rrieJohnstone 
2 William Cooke.... 
2 Augustus George Bridge 

1 Charles Tasker Evans . 

2 Fra. Criehton Maltby. 

1 Robert Gardner Warton 

2 Henry Robert Roberta 
2 Fra. Loftus Tottenham 
I Metcalfe Dale ...... 

John Jaques Wedge . . 
1 Charles Talbot Peyton 
2CathcartWm.Monypenny 
I Charles Marry at Short 
1 Malcolm Wilson 



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11 Captain Daviea waa awarded the Silver Medal of I 
Royal Humane Society for "gallant and humane conduct 
the 3d Nov. 1852 for having plunged Into the Rio Grande 
Jamaica and rescued a private soldier who had been cam 
away by the force of the current.*' 

10 Major Murphy served with the 10th Regt. In the Sol 
campaign of 1846-46, Including the battle of Bobraon (Medi 
Alio the Punjaub campaign of 1848-40, and wai present durl 
the whole of the siege operations before Mooltan, including i 
repulse of the enemy '• night attack on 17th Aug. 1848, and n 
render of the fortress ; afterwards present at the battle of Ooojf 
(Medal and two Clasps). 

17 Lieut. N. E.Carr served in the Indian Mutiny campaign 
66| 1867-68 and was engaged with the Dacca mutineers at Choi 

butoda in Bootan on the 12th Dec. 1857 (Medal). 

18 Surgeons Slaughter and Orton.— For War Services i 
" Medical Department.'' 



Paymasters.—! James Murphy, 16 1 Jane 55; Qr.Mr. 3 Mar. 48; Hon. Major, 1 Jane 65. 

2 William Causabon Frend, 80 March 58 ; Hon.Capt. 80 March 63. 
Aajutants. — 2 Lieut. John Caruthero Little, 24 Jan. 65. 

1 Lieut. G. G. Helme, 4 Aug. 65. 
Instructors of Musketry.— 2 Lieut. A. Glen, 5 June 68. 

Quarter Masters.— I Robert Hyde, 11 Aug. 63. 
2 Peter Murray, 9 Apr. 61. 
Surgeons.— 2 George Monlas Slaughter, 18 A.S. 13 Dec. 54; Surgeon, 7 Ang. 67. 

1 Thomas Jerram Orton, 1 * A.S. 17 Jan. 55 ; Surgeon, Rov. 67. 
Assist. Surge.— 1 FitzGerald Edward Scanlan, 30 April 58. 
2 Charles Haines, 30 Sept. 63. 

1 Theobald Andrew Purcell, 30 Sept. 64. 

2 Robert Hyde, 31 March 64. 
Facings Yellow.— Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co. 

[1st Batt. embarked for the Cape of Good Hope, Sept. 1864. Depot, ShomeUffe.] 
[2d Batt. embarked for Cape of Good Hope, 11 Jan. 1860. Depot, Shor*cltfe.] ; 
S Colonel Norman served with the 10th in the Sutlej campaign of 1846-6, and was present in the battle of Sobrsj 
(Medal). He served also In the Punjaub campaign of 1848-0, and was present during the whole of the siege onerstisi 
against Mooltan and surrender of the fortress, including the affair of the 9lh Sept., storming the enemr'sitroafh 
entrenched position before Mooltan, and commanded the troops In the advanced batteries of the camp during the sew 
of Boorjkoond: afterwards present at the battle of Goojerat (Medal and Clasps). Commanded two companies whea fl 
Sepoys mutinied at Benares on 4th June 1857 ; commanded the selected marksmen of the Regt. with the Joanpore FW 
force including the actions of Chanda, 8ultanpore, and Dhownha; present with the Kegt. at the repulse of the ens9 
near Ameerpore, siege and capture of Lucknow Including the storming of the Emaumbarn and the Kaisabagh; comnMMJ 
the Regt. at the passage of the Tonse and forcing the enemy's position near Aaimghur; present in the skirmish af 
Birheea, and at the defeat of the enemy at Jugdespore and subsequently repulsed them from that post ; commanded! 
Regt. In the operations on the 28th May, 2nd and 4th June; was several times mentioned in Dispatches andproiaofl 
Brevet Major and Brevet Lt.Col. (Medal with Clsap, and CB.) , 

4 Colonel Annesley served with the 37th Regt. in Ceylon during the rebellion in 1848. Served with the 10th Regt. iai 
Indian campaign of 1867-58, was present at the suppression of the Mutiny at Benares, capture of the fort of AtrovN 
advance on Lucknow including the actions of Chanda, Umeerpore, Sultanpore, and Doursha, siege and capture of LarksJ 
commanded the advanced party into the Kaisabagh, commanded a party of volunteers occupying the large Mosque comwi 
ing the Kaisabagh— mentioned in despatches as having "highly distinguished himself;" afterwards preseut at the relief 
Astmghnr and subsequent operations at Jugdespore (Brevet of Major, Medal and Clasp). 

5 Major Barlow served the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9 with the 10th, Including the whole of the siefe operation! M 
Mooltan, action of Soorjkoond, carrying the heights before Mooltan, capture of the Dowlat Gate (grape-shot woiij 
and surrender of the fortress: afterwards present at the battle of Goojerat (Medal and Clasps). Served In the Ind 
campaign of 1867-68, including the capture of Jugdespore with Eyre's force, capture of Atrowleea, actions of Chat 
Umeerpore, Sultanpore, and Douraha, siege and capture of Lucknow, relief of Aaimghur, and operations in the Jagdwgl 
Jungle (Medal and Clasp). „ 

6 Major Lucas served the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9 with the 10th, including the whole of the siege or*rattl 
before Mooltan, affair of the 9th Sept., storming the enemy's strongly-entrenched position, and surrender of the fortfl 
afterwards present at the battle of Goojerat (Medal and Clasps). Served in the Indian enmpaign of 1857-68, including! 
advance on Lucknow and actions at Chanda, Umeerpore, and Sultanpore, siege and capture of Lucknow, relief 
Aslmihur, capture of Jugdespore and operations in Its vicinity (Medal and Clasp). 

7 Major Crowe served with the 78th Highlanders in the Persian campaign in 1856 and was preseut In the sctiM 
Kooshab and bombardment of Mohumrab (Medal). Served iu India with Havelock's Colnmn from its first taking the fiefl 
1867, including the actions of Futtehpore, Pandoo Nuddce, Cawnpore, Oonao, Ruseenitgunge, Boorbeakeehowkee (Vie* 
Cross for distinguished and gallant conduct), Mungarwar, and Alumoagh, relief of Lucknow (wounded), defence of Alum hi 
under Outrun, siege and capture of Lucknow, relief of Azitnghur, and operations near Jugdespore (Medal and two Clal 
Brevet of Major, and grant of a year's service for Lucknow). 

8 Major Bluett served with the 10th Regt. in the Punjaub enmpaign, including the latter pert of the siege operstl 
before Mooltan, and surrender of the fortress, and battle of Goojerat (Medal and Clasps). Served at the rellej 
Asimghur In April 1868, capture of Jugdespore and operations in Its vicinity (Medal). 

9 Captain Bartholomew commanded a mounted detachment of the 10th Foot during the operations against the rebels ia1 
Shahabad district, from 9th Oct. 1868 to 4th Jan. 1859, and was several times engaged (mentioned in despatches, Medal) 

10 Captain Byron served in the 84th Regt. at the Siege or Sebastopol in 1864, and was wounded and taken prlsoi 
a Sortie by the Russians on the night of the 90th December (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served in the li 
campaign in 1867-68, including actions at Cawnpore under Windham, siege and capture of Lucknow. and relief of Axir 
(Medal and Clasp). 

19 Captain Sandwith served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58 and was present with the party of the 10th Rest. 
Captain Dunbar (who was killed) at the attempt to relieve Arrah (wounded); advance to Lucknow and actaaos at CI 
Umeerpore, and Sultanpore, siege and capture of Lucktoov* storming of the jfmanp^ara and KaUabagh, passage of 
■*__ - ltliHiC 4 Ajjpnajbnj, captain of Jngtfrepore and opctatknoi in iti vicMty (M^OwdClasp). 



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ft\. p*t. Mnj.Gen. 22 March 58 ; Lt.Gen. 29 Oct. 64 ; Co*. 1 1th Foot, 3 Sept. 62. 
34 o" U.CoUmels—2 Aug. Fred. Jenner, JSjw. i»0 Oct. 35; Lt. p 21 June 39; Capt. P5 April 

I 44 ; Brev.Maj. 5 Jane 55 ; Major, 26 Feb. 58 ; Lt.Col. 21 Feb. 60 ; Col. 21 Feb. 65. 

» i 144 1 Alex. Henry Louie Wyatt, Bne. p 17 Sept. 25 ; Lieut, p 24 Feb. 29; Capt. p 29 June 32 ; 
I , Brev.Maj. 9 Nov. 46; Bt.Lt.Col. 20 June 54; Major, P7 Sept. 58; Col. 26 Oct. 58; 
! [ Lt.Col. 1 Apr. 66. 
i 82 If, I Thomas Peebles, .En*, p 17 Mar. 37; Lt. P 6 Feb. 41 ; Capt. 6 June 51 ; MaJ . 1 Apr. 59 ; 
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2 Thomas Albert Kemble 
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I William Henry Beevor 
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2 James Walker Andrews 
2 James Herbert Yule 
2Tho, Stephen Copplnger 

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Martin Nepean Gnbbins 

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5 Feb. 58 
19 Feb. 68 

p 17 Nov. 67 

17 Mar. 58 

6 Nov. 47 
5 Aug. 48 

18 Mar. 58 
81 Mar. 58 

p 30 July 68 
P31 July 68 
P29 July 69 
24 Nov. 52 

II May 65 
23 May 58 
21 Nov. 56 



P28 Aug. 44 

9 Feb. 55 

p 7 June 50 

p 16 Sept. 51 

p 80 Sept. 53 

6 June 50 

p 24 Mar. 54 

15 Jan. 58 

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p 1 May 56 

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p 24 Aug. 58 

p 11 Mar. 69 

p 2 Oct. 58 

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21 Sept 66 
p 7 Nov. 50 

26 Feb. 58 
P21 May 58 
p 28 May 58 

15 June 58 
p 2 Oct. 58 
p 23 Oct. 60 
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17 Sept. 61 
P21 Apr. 63 
p 8 Jan. 64 
p 9 Oct. 63 
p 3 Mar. 65 
7 June 65 
1 Feb. 56 
p 10 Oct. 65 
p 10 July 66 
p 8 June 67 



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p 7 Mar. 56 

p 12 Oct. 60 

19 Feb. 68 



6 July 66 1 Oct. 58 

4 June 58 p 6 Nov. 60 

16 Mar. 58 15 Jan. 61 

P24June66 p 13 Dec. 53 

P21 Feb. 60 P 8 Jan. 64 

10 April 60 9 Feb. 64 

p 3 June 69, p 28 Apr. 63 

p 1 June 60 p 5 July 64 

4 July 60> 9 Aug. 64 

p 22 Sept. 60 p 24 Jan. 66 

p 11 June 61 1 p 26 May 65 

2 July 61 p 2 June 66 

18 Sept. 61, 10 Sept. 66 

p 8 Oct. 61 p 1 Dec. 65 



P26Feb. 62 1 . 5 June 
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HT. LT. COL. 



16 May 68 

21 Oct. 68 
p 18 Nov. 68 

25 Jan. 69 

S Major William* served tlirounhoul iba 
Eastern campaign of 1854-65, including the 
battles of Alma and Internum, siege and fall 
of Sebastopol, and affair in the Cemetery. 
Barred In Turkey from Feb. 1850 as Aide da 
Camp to Major General Smith, Commanding 
Osmanli Irregular Cavalry, until the disband- 
meat of that force (Medal with three Claapa, 
4th Class of the Medj Idle, Turkish Medal, and 
LtCol. Turkish Army). Proceeded to China 
in chaff e of troops and horsef , and was pre- 
ipttire of the Taku Forts on 12th 



sent at the capture c 

August 1860 (Medal with Clasp). 

A Captain Crompton served with the 42nd 
Highlanders at the siege and fall of Sebastopol 
from J uly 1855 (Medal and Clasp, and Turku h 

7 Captain Mortimer sewed with the 80th 

Regt. in Burmah in 1863 (Medal). Also 

in the Indian Mutiny Campaign in 1858-69, 

and was present with the Camel Corps at the 

Capture of Calpee and served with the Cawn- 

P21 Apr. 63,P14 Aug.66 pore and Moradabad Levies (Medal with 

p 1 6 Oct. 63 1 1 Nov. 66 c1m p). 

1 1 Jen. 67 



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5 July 64! 

p Aug. 64 
p 24 Jan. 66 

May 66 
p 80 June 65 

1 Sept. 65 

I Dec. 65 
P 20 Apr. 66 

Sept. 64 
P 2 June 66 
p 15 May 66 

15 June 66 

II Jan. 67 



8 June 67 

June 67 

p 6 Oct. 67 

P 14 Mar. 68 

P25 Apr. 68 

p 16 July 68 

P 22 Aug, ~ 

P 2 Sept. 68 

21 Oct. 68 

21 Oct. 68 

21 Oct. 68 

26 Jan. 69 

P 17 Mar. 69 



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Ensigns. 
2 William Apthorp ... 
I George Fred. Guy on . 
•2 Charles Edward Lang 
I Charles Marsh Keighley 
•rRichard Edward Kelsall 
1 Ed wd.Willock Chalmers 
1 Rob. Edw.Arth Jenkins 
1 Thos. Holbrow Goldney 

1 Ross Thompson 

lGodfreyClem.K.Baldwin 

2 Dirk Gwysbert Barry 

2 Gco.Dodsworth Stawell 
2 Norman Anthony Hart 
2 HamiltonW. W. Spooner 
2 John Robe Walker. . . . 
1 Norton Charles Martelti 
1 Gustavus S. Bullock . 
1 Charles Fred. Morgan 



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p 10 July 66 
P 13 Mar. 66 

30 Mar. 66 
3 Apr. 67 
p 31 July 67 
p 14 Aug. 67 
p 12 Oct. 67 
p 9 June 67 
p 6 Not. 67 
p 18 Mar. 62 
p 25 Apr. 68 
p 2 May 68 
p 15 July 68 
p 22 Aug. 68 
p 2 Sept. 68 
Pll Oct. 64 

P 3 Feb 
p 17 Mar. 69 



9 Captain Hod. John Colborne •erred at the siege and fat) 
of Sebaatopol from January 1*55 (Medal with Clasp, a " 



Turkish Medal). 

11 Lieut. Bamfield served with the 7*nd Highlander! 
the Indian campaign of 1858-69, including the siege of Kol 
battle of Bunas*, and pursuit through Raj poo tana, Cent 
India, and Malwa (Medal with Clasp). 

14 Doctors West and Tultoch.— For War Services tee - Mi 
Department." 



Paymaster*.— 2 Richard Bodd Robinson, 26 Mar. 58 ; Hon. Capt. 26 Mar. 63. ! 

1 David Simpson, 15 June 58 ; Ens. 2 June 48 ; Hon.Mqjor 15 Juno 68. I 

Adjutants.— 2 Lieut. Henry Herbert Skill, 5 July 64. 

1 Lieut. John Hichens Bamfield, 11 24 April 65. ! 

Instructors of Musketry.— 2 Lieut. E. R. M. Baskerville, 7 Jan. 69. 

1 Lieut. O. V. Meredith, 2 Jan. 69. 
Quarter Masters.— % Johu Robinson Atkins, 23 Not. 60. 

1 William Mullins, 17 July 63. 
Surgeons.— 2 John Henry West, 14 MD., A.S. 24 Mar. 54; Surg. 16 Feb. 64. 

1 John Tulloch, 14 MD. A.S. 7 June 54 j Surg. 13 Feb. 66. 
Assistant Surgeons. —I Denis Joseph Canny, 30 Sept. 64. 

2 John William Purefoy, MD. 31 March 65 
1 George William Barroll, 1 Oct 67. 
Facings Green. — Agents, Messrs. Cos & Co. 
(It* Battalion embarked for Bengal 16 July 64. Depot, Parkkurtt] 
[2nd Batt. embarked for the Cape of Good Hope, 7 July 61. Depot, Parkhurst. 
1 SlrGaapard Le Merchant served as Adjutant-General to the Anglo-Spanish Legion, and Brigadier-General Inthe 
Boanish service during the years 1835, 6, and 7 : was present at the relief of Bilbo* and affair before that town in Sept. 
18S5, engaged on the heights of Arlaban, In AJava, on the 16tb, 17th, and 18th Jan. ; in railing the siege of Ssi 
Sebastian, and etormlng the Lines, 5th Mayj passage of the Urmea, and taking of Passages, 28th May; In the general 
action before Aha, Oct. 1886. besides several affairs in Gulpuscoa, aa also in the general actions of the 10th, 13th, lfth 
and 16th March before Hernsni : for these services he received a Medal, also 3rd Class St Fernando, and Knigst of China 
the Third. 

6 Captain Dickens served with the 64th BegL In the Persian campaign of 1866-67, including the storm and capture a 
Reehire, surrender of Bushlre, and bombardment of Mohumrah (Medal with Clasp). Served In Bengal and N.W. Provinet 
In suppressing the mutiny In 1867-68; present with Havelock's column in the actions ofPuttehpore, Aoung, Pandoo Kaddee 
Cawnpore (wounded), and Blthoor; in an affair at Sbiraspore under Brigadier Wilson ; and was Assistant Bngtaesr durini 
the defence of Cawnpore (Medal). 



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m^SIE^S** ] M* (*• Suffolk) Eegt. of foot. 

"KIXDBN- "GIBRALTAR" the CastU & JT*y " Montis InsioMia Calp*»« 8ERINGAPATAM"" INDIA.** 
Colonel.— Benry Colvile, .Etw. d; Z*. p 20 Dec. 13; X*. £ C«/>f. p 6 Nov. 17; Cant, fr 
ltf.CW. p 6 July 30; Major & Col.»9l Dec. 44; Lt.Col.P25 March 63 ; Major Gen. 20 
June 54; Lt.Oen. 20 July 60 ; General, 27 March 68; Coi. 12th Foot, 29 Oct. 64. 
Lt.CMoneU.—l Henry Meade Hamilton, 1 JEiw. p Aug. 39; X*. p 26 Oct. 41; Capt. 
Ml May 49; Bt.Maj. 12 Dec. 64; 3f7y . 19 Dec. 66; JBt.Lt.Col. 6 June 66; Xf.CV. 
p 22 Feb, 61 ; CoL 12 April 63. 
'2 John M'Neill Walter,' CB., En*. P31 July 36; Zf. 3 July 39; Cai?^. 29 Sept. 47 1 

I Major, P9 Dec 63 ; Lt.Col. p 17 Oct. 56 ; Col. 17 Jane 61. 
Majors.— I John M'Kay, Ens. 26 Aug. 64 ; X*. 9 Mar. 66; Capt. 6 May 69; Major, 
1 July 67. 
» lg 1 Robert Cecil Dudgeon, 8 Ens. P28 Aug. 40; X*. 26 July 44; Cant. 20 July 60; 

, Bt. Major y 3 June 62; Major, 1 April 66. 
28 2 Edward H. Foster, 4 Ens. 2 May 42 ; Lt. 14 Apr. 46 ; Capt. 14 Feb. 66 ; Maj. 1 7 June 68. 
» & 2 Samuel Fairtlough,* Jffjtt. 26 Aug. 46 : X*. p 22 Oct. 47 ; Capt. P 27 July 55 ; Major, 
30 Mar. 69. 




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,'2 Frederick Bagnell 4 

1 Charles J. Cecil Sillery 

2 Horatio Nelson Kippen 
2 Geo.Glascott Newton 

1 Edward Marcon 

iW.CookeO'Shaughneaiy 

2 John Warren 

2 William Thomas Baker 
2 Hugh Pearce Pearson 9 

1 Hy.Macgregor Lowry 10 

2 William Keough .... 
2 W.CrosbieSiddoDsMair 1 
1 Rob JohnstonStanafeld" 

1 John William Lloyd . . 

2 Joseph Oliver Johnson 
2 HenryLongW. Phillips" 

1 Campbell Thos. Morris 

2 Edward Chinn u 

1 W JLFeatherstonehangh 
1 James Edward Harris . 
1 John King Dooner 1 * 



20 Oct. 46 

21 Jan. 53 
' 18 Apr. 45 

3 Not. 4a 

13 Sept 48 

p 16 June 64 

p 12 Aug. 63 

7 Jan. 48 

28 Feb. 56 

31 Aug. 55 

6 June 66 
28 Mar. 58 

26 Jan. 55 
p 25 June 68 

7 Dec. 56 
9 Oct. 57 

p 23 Aug. 69 
15 Feb. 66 
26 Mar. 68 
P6Jan. 60 
p 16 Oct. 60 



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Lmutbhahts. 

2HenryMagee 

2 HenryJ.MacDonnell 
4Jt ' iIohnlLyle 16 U<*J-9i?eb.s6) 
lEdw.Cha.Colley Foster" 
2 Robert Bay nes Reed.. 
2 Walter John Boyes,^^; 
1 Herbert Trist Cooper 













1 2 CharlesHenry Gardner 

1 Arthur Henry Brittain 1 ' 

1 2 William Browne Ferris 



1 Shnon B.Triphook>4cb' 
1 Hen.DuppaAlf.CutbiIl" 



2 George Fred. Gavin 
2 Edmond Rich. Purcell 
2 Edward Turner • . . 
1 James Smith Gibb. 

1 Harry Leigh Townshend 

2 Arthur French 
2 Charles Hely. 

1 HenryStewart Bolton 18 

2 Faalconer Morgan 
2 Thomas Baker . . . 
1 Ja.C.RobertsonGlasgow 
1 Wm.WallaceR.Onslow n 

1 Manfred John Sawyer 

2 Alex. Erans Gordon 
1 Owen Williams .... 
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8 Aug. 49 

21 Sept.54 

90 Apr. 49 

14 May 52 

3 Dec. "52 

3 Aug. 65 

3 April 67 

p 9 July 52 

25 Aug. 67 

23 Mar. 58 

2 Oct. 58 
p 16 Aug. 59 

17 June 55 
p 4 Mar. 59 

3 Oct. 58 

24 Feb. 59 

2 Sept. 52 

6 Aug. 58 

7 Dec 58 

3 Oct. 62 
P 17 July 68 



1 Apr. 68 

4 Apr. 58 



11 Jan. 59 

13 May 69 

21 May 58 

p 26 Oct. 60 

P21 Dec. 60 

p 22 Dec. 60 

8 Feb. 61 
p 16 April61 
Pll June 61 

19 Feb. 58 
p 12 June 60 
p 3 Oct. 62 
p 21 Nov. 62 
p 9 Dec. 62 
p 2 Dec. 62 
p 8Sept.63 
p 22 Dec. 63 

9 Feb. 64 
p 12 Apr. 64 
p 16 Aug. 64 
p 20 Dec 64 
P 9 Sept. 64 

18 Apr. 65 

10 Not. 65 

P 29 Dec 66 



8 Jan. 58 

9 Sept. 55 
9 Jan. 68 

30 Sept 68 

30 Sept. 58 
p 30 Sept. 69 
p 22 Feb. 61 

29 Aug. 56 
p 15 Oct. 61 
p 16 May 65 

29 July 65 
p 8 Aug. 65 
p 22 Dec. 63 
P26 Apr. 68 

17 June 68 
p 22 July 68 
p 8 Aug. 68 
p 30 June 65 

15 Oct. 68 
p 2 Dec. 68 
p 5 May 69 



p 16 June 60 
P 28 Dec. 60 

17 May 61 
p 22 Oct. 61 
Pll Feb. 62 
6 July 62 
p 9 Oct. 63 
P 17 Nov. 63 

21 Nov. 63 
p 8 Mar. 64 
P 16 Aug. 64 

15 Dec. 64 
29 July 60 

p 18 July 65 

16 July 67 
p 14 Sept. 67 
p 12 Sept. 65 
p 4 Mar. 68 

4 Apr. 68 

17 June 68 
p 22 July 68 

1 Aug. 68 
8 Aug. 68 

15 Oct. 68 
9 1 Feb. 68 

2 Apr. 69 
P 17 Apr. 69 
P 5 May 69 



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I Colonel Hamilton served the Bast- 
ern campaign of 1664-65 ae D. A. Q. M. O., 
end as A. Q. M. G. from Oct. 1806, including - 
the battle of Alma, capture of BaJaklava, 
■lege and fallofSebastopol (Medal and Clasp*, 
brevet of Major and Lieut. Colonel, 5th Oiase 
of the Medjldie,aad Turkish Medal). 

5 Colonel Walter served throughout the 
Kaffir campaign of 1846*7 aa Adjutant of the 
90th Light Infantry, and Field Adjutant of 
the 1st Division (Medal). Served with the 
53rd Regt.ln tbePunJnnb campaign in 1849, 
and was present at the battle of Gooierat 
(Medal with Clasp). Also with a Brigade on 
the Peshawur frontier in 1861-69. Served 
with the 86ih Regi. in the Indian campaign 
of 1868-60; commanded the Arrah field force 
In the actions uf blrthooa, Brammeegunge, 
Rsmpoorperolora Jemaon, and Kareeaath; 
subsequently a light column in the opera- 
tions in Shahabad, including the action be. 
fore Nonoodhee (CI), and Medal). 

8 Major Dudgeon served on the Staff from 
7th March 1868 in the Dooeb and RobJlcund 
and was present at the action of 80th April 
and 5th May and throughout the operations 
leading to the fall of Bareilly (Medal). 

4 Major Foster and Capt. Bagnell served 
in the Kaffir war of 1 86 166 (Medal). 

6 Major Fairtlough served in the Kaffir 
war of 1868-65 (Medal). 



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12/A (E. Suffolk) Reg. of Foot. 



Ensigns. 

2 Thos. Francis Hobday 

2 James Aloysius Miley . . 

1 John James Fox Irwin 

2 Richard John Morgan 
2 Ernie Edmund Money 
2 Geffery Lawrence Eliot 
2 Charles Andrews Cole* 

1 Arthur Staniforth Hext 

2 Jas.FrankRivett-Carnac 
2RichardTho. Edw.Dowse 
2 Walter Hailea .:.... 
1 Chan. F. Hutton Riddell 
1 Chas. Richard Townley 
1 Richard James Pike 
ICha. Tho.JacksonDowler 
1 Arthur Cotes 

1 Ed w. Redstone J.Warner 

2 John Grant 



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16 Lieut. Kyle served throughout the Eastern campaign 
1854-55, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, Inkermi 
and Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and capture 
Kerlcb and Yen i kale, and was promoted from Sergeant 
Artillery to Adjutant in the Land Transport Corpa for disii 
guished and gallant conduct in the field (Medal with fo 
Clanps, and Turkish Medal). 

17 Lieut. Foster served in the New Zealand war of 166W 
including the operations at the Waitara. Also in the war 
1863-66, latterly as Adjutant of the lith Regt. (Medal). 

18 Lieut. Cutbill served throughout the New Zealand wit 
1863 66 and was present with the Thames Expedition and si 
that to tho Waikato (Medal). 

26 Surgeons Abbott and Sinclair.— For War Services I 
Medical Department." 



' » [Major 14 Feb.fi 

Paymasters.— I Walter Rice Olivev, 6 Apr .66 ; JBns. P14 Feb. 61 ; Lt. i»aW) Oct. 68 ; Hi 

2 Thomas Huddlestone, 80 1 May 64; Q.ilf. 16 Feb. 66. 
Adjutants.—* Lieut. \V. J. Boyes, 9 June 66. 

1 Lieut. Simon Bagge Triphook, 3 Feb. 69. * 
Instructors of Musketry.— 2 Lieut. R. B. Reed, 1 June 67. 

, 1 Lieut. H. T. Cooper, 3 Feb. 69. 
Quarter Masters.— 2 Edward Fan-ant,* 30 July 62. 

1 Thomas Muir, 8 July 68. 
Surgeons.— 1 Frederick Tydd Abbott,* A .S. 7 Apr. 64 ; Surgeon, 30 Dec. 04. 

2 William Sinclair,* A .&. 2 Sept. 63 ; Surgeon, 29 July 02. 
Assistant Surgeons. — 2 Baynes Reed, 1 Oct. 62. 

2 John Mackenzie M'Lean, MD. 80 Sept. &4. 
1 John Wallace, MD. 31 March 64. 
Facings Yellow. — A gents ,M.esBT%. Cox 6c Co. 
[1st Batt. returned from New Zealand, Augttst 1867.]* 
[2nd Batt. embarked for Bengal, July 1864. Depot, Rarhhurst.] 
7 Captain O'Shaughnessy seived with the 12th Regt. throughout the New Zealand war of 186.1-66, wag preif nt dnrii 
the remainder of the Waikato Campaign under Sir Duncan Cameron, alto at the operations before and assault of tl 
Gate Pah (Medal). 

9 Captain Pearson served in the 84th Regt. throughout the operations of the Column under Havelock, including t 
actions of Futtehpore, Aoung, Pandoo Nuddee, Cawnpore (wounded), Oonao, Buseerut Gdnge (iaUand 2nd), Booitial 
Chowkee, Blthoor, Mungawar, and Alum Bagh, relief of Lucknow, commanded a Company of the 84th Kegt. in tl 
Sortie of 26th 8ept. 1857, and at the storming of the Him Kanah; with Outram's force at the Alum Bagh, also at i 
assault and capture of Lucknow, relief of Azimghur, and pursuit of Koer Singh (Medal with two Clasps, and a yea: 
servioe). 

10 Captain Lowry served during the war of 1860*61 in New Zealand (Medal). 

11 Captain Mair served throughout the New Zealand War of 1860-61, including the capture of the Palis at Kihilii, raptt 
of Matarikoriko, relief and repulse of the night attack on No. S Redoubt, action of Huirangi, and skirmish in front of Tttf 
Served during the first part of the Waiketo campaign, also as Adjutant of the flying column during the war of 1863-64 (Medi 

12 Captain Stansfeld served with the 38th Regt. in the Crimean Campaign from 1st June 1855, including the siegt and fi 
of Sebastopol, and attack and occupation of the Cemetery on 18th June (Medal with Class, and Turkish Medal). Also in r, 
Indian Mutiny Campaign from Nov. 1857, including the capture of Meangunge, siege ana capture of Lucknow, and affairs 
Barree and Nugger (Medal with Clasp). 

13 Captain Phillips served with the 12th Regt. throughout the New Zealand War of 1863-66 and was present with the stormii 
party at the capture of Kangiriri on the 20th Nov. 1863 (Medal). 

14 Captain Chinn served with the 4th King's Own in the Abyssinian Campaign (Medal). 

15 Captain Dooner and Lieut. Bolton served in New Zealand during active operations in 186-1-66 (Medal). 

19 Lieut. Brittaln served In the New Zealand war of 18K3-66 Including the expedition to the Thames, and siege si 
capture of the Maori position at Orakau on 1st and 2nd April 1864 (Medal). 

20 Paymaster Huddlestone served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-65, including she battles of Alms si 
Balaklava, siege and faU of Sebastopol (Medal with three Claaps, and Turkish Medal). 

* 24 Lieut. Onslow served in New Zealand during active operations in 1864-66 (Medal). 

25 Quarter Master Farrant served in the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46, and was present at the battle of Ferozesbsh (Mria 
Burmese war of 1852-53, including the relief of Pegu, and with General Peel's column to Martaban and Thongoo (Medal m 
Clasp). Indian Mutiny campaign, including the battle of Budleekeserai, siege and operations before Delhi, actions of Kanwi 
Kaasgunge, Puttialee, and Mynpoorie, capture of Lucknow, and subsequent operations in Oude (Medal with two Clasp 
ferved in the Indian N.W. frontier war of 1863 



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-faerwl * Mural Crown, superscribed " JELLALABAD" "CABOOL, 1842" " SEVASTOPOL." 

tf ACohmd.— Philip Spencer Stanhope, Ens. 30 March 15 ; Lt.Js Capt. p 17 July 23; Capt. 

^— ~\ 4 Lt.Col. » 16 March 32; Col. 9 Nov. 46; Maj.Gen. 20 June 54; Lt Gen. 20 April 
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U. Colonels.— 1 William Forbes Macbean, Ens. 7 July 37 ; Lt. 7 Jan. 42; Capt. 8 Jane 

49; Major, 15 Jan. 58; Lt.Col. 1 May 59; Col. 1 May 64. 
2 Thomas Maunsell, 1 Ens. P27 May 42 ; Lt. p23 May 45 ; Capt. 8 Oct. 50 ; Bt. Major, 

2 Nov. 56 ; Major, p 9 Jan. 57 ; Bt.Lt. Col. 10 Sept. 64 ; Lt.Col. p 15 May 67. 
Majors,— 2 Hobert Blackall Montgomery, 3 Ens. p 24 Sept. 47; Lt. p 12 Oct. 52; Capt. 

p 4 Aug. 54 ; Major 1 7 Apr. 66. 
1 Arthur Bainbrigge, 4 £n*. P14 June 60; Li. p 6 May 53; Capt. 26 June 55; Major, 

P9 Mar. 67. 

1 Charles Poore Long, 4 Ens. p 21 No v. 51 ; Lt. p 25 Nov. 53 ; Capt. p 1 7 Aug. 65 ; Major, 
p 7 Aug. 67. 

2 Robert Douglas,* Ens. 2 Apr. 41 ; Lt. 28 Dec. 42 ; Capt. 6 July 55 ; Major, 1 April 66. 



Captains. 
1 Melville Browne 6 .... 
1 GeddesSansoniTwynam 9 
#. 17 CD A. Stowell Jones 11 
2Phil. Edw. VictorGilbert 13 

1 Henry Gillett 14 

2 JohnCoddConington" 
I AndrewGeorgeOnslofr 17 
SEdwLutwyeheEngland" 

1 William Knox Leet 1 ' 

2 Alured F. Cttningham 
2 Matthew John Bell . 

1 Thomas A Iphonso Cary 
1 Irving SteningAllfrey* 
1 John Feneott James* 

1 WilliamCox 21 

2 Edm. Peel Ethelston* 9 

1 Dudley Thomas Persse 

2 Arthur M'G. Denny 
2 Alfred Randall .... 
2 Frederick Trotter . . 

1 Geo.HibbertA.Kinloch 

2 Alex. Duke Simpson 
1 John A. P.K.Harwood 

Ljkutbnants. 
1 Rich.Fltsgrld.King, Adj 

1 George Kemmis 

2 GerardSeptimusBurton 
2 Hob. Stuart Clarke,^', 
2 Henry Reginald Bate. . 

1 And. Cha, Cunningham 

2 John Francis Bellis 

1 Robert Warren .... 

2 s. Stephen Flower . . 

2 St. John Green 

2 John Moutray Read 
1 Wm.Chas.Fred.Madden 

1 Joseph Fitzg. Lynch 

2 Chas. Edw. Stanley Lee 
2 Wm. Westropp levers 

1 Charles Barker 

2 John James Ross . . . 

1 Archibald Wm. Harrison 
H>eninAlex.8hyneLawlor 
1 James Goillet Westaway 
1 William Hunter Evans 

1 Malcolm Duncan ... 

2 Leonard Fra. Barkly. 

1 AlbertMerritt 

1 Robert Arthur Jalland 

1 John Franklen Bailey 

2 Christian Holllngworth 



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24 Feb. 43 
p 18 Oct. 45 
P 9 July 52 
p 13 Jan. 54 
p 24 Aug. 54 
p 18 Dec. 52 
p 17 Mar. 64 
6 July 66 
4 July 55 

29 Mar. 68 
p 24 Aug. 58 

13 May 59 

P29July 66 

P 17 Aug. 65 

2 July 55 

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29 May 68 
1 April 68 

19 July 69 
p 15 June 68 

6 Nov. 60 
p 3 June 59 

7 Oct. 69 



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21 Sept. 55 

26 June 55 

26 June 55 

6 July 66 

p 8 Sept. 64 

7 Apr. 58 
p 1 Feb. 56 
Pll Mar. 59 
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11 April 62 

16 April 58 

P 7 Mar. 56 

8 Jan. 68 

9 Feb. 56 
p 18 Sept. 60 
p 3 July 60 

26 July 66 
p 16 May 62 
P 8 Oct. 61 
P21 July 63 
P 16 Oct. 63 



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P 9 Nov. 68 

28 Jan. 69 

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1 Lt.Colonel Maunsell served in the 32nd 
Regt. throughout the Punjaub campaign of 
1848-9. and was nresent at the first and second 

_._„. _ ff fore Mooltan, including the 

attack on the enemy's position in front of the 
advanced trenches on the 12th Sept. 1848 
(slightly grazed by a bullet), the action of 
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(where he was personally engaged at one time 
with two Sciks, one of whom he kilted), and 
sunrenderof the fortress; afterwards present 
at the surrender of the fort and garrison of 
Cheniote, and at the battle of Gooierat (Medal 
with Clasps) : was severely wounded at Mool- 
tan on the 21st Jan. 1819 by a splinter of shell 
on the left shoulder nnd arm. Sored the 
Eastern campaign of 1*5 i and up to 20 Feb. 
1855 in the 2*)th ltcgt., including tho battles of 
Alma and lnkerman, and siege of Sebastopol, 
during which he commanded the Volunteer 
sharpshooters of the 3rd Division for 70 days 
until severely wounded (bullet through left 
arm, bone broken) on the 80th Dec, for which 
service he was honourably mentioned in Divi- 
sion Orders of 3 Jan. 1855 (Brevet of Major, 
Medal with three Clasps, Sardinian and 
Eurkiab, Medals, and 5th Class of the Med- 
iidie). 

25 Captain Allfrcy served with the 6th Keet. 
in the Indian campaign in 1858, including the 
operations in tlie J ugdespore Jungle (Mcdwl). 

28 Captain Brown serrrd throughout the 
Eastern Campaign of 1851-55, Including the 
battles of the Alma and lnkerman, siege and 
fall or Sebastopol (Medal with Clean, and 
Turkish Medal). 



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